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  • French women post selfies to fight body hair stigma
  • French women post selfies to fight body hair stigma
    Barbara Friedman (2012) ©
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French women post selfies to fight body hair stigma

If you think of a stylish French woman, what springs to mind? Red lipstick? All-black ensembles? What about armpit hair? Thanks to the hashtag #LesPrincessesOntDesPoils (Princesses have hair), the top trending topic on French Twitter in July 2016 was au naturel armpits.

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