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important psa about buns
We raised rabbits when I was a child and my sister gave a rabbit a bath (she was 5) and it died..so heed this instruction.
I wasn’t going to reblog this, but then I realized I might save a rabbit.
This is important guys. If your rabbit gets into something gnarly and you HAVE to bathe them:
1. Fill a bowl with warm water.
2. Get a washcloth. Put it in the water. Squeeze it out until it is just damn.
3. Lightly scrub the dirty area on your bun.
4. That is it. DO NOT get your bun wet. Only slightly damp on the part that was dirty.
VERY IMPORTANT! SAVE A BUNS LIFE!
Do not bathe your bun!!!!
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Have you ever wondered why shaving became the norm for women? Why is it considered feminine? Read more and see more pictures from Ben Hopper’s Natural Beauty project.
Yeah, that is gross. But I find some of the justifications and rhetoric on the authors webpage to be a little more repulsive.
While the author may believe that shaving for women began in the early 20th century, I may agree that it could have been the start for women shaving, but this period was not the conception of the custom. The idea of the hairless female stems from much further back.
Men grow hair because we have testosterone. Women, lacking the levels of testosterone that men have, don’t grow hair in near the abundance that men do. Of course, this is not true for legs, pits and crotches. But the shaving of those came later. So being hairless is attributed to women, and hairiness is attributed to men. It eventually evolved into the concept that hairless women are a sign of purity, of beauty, and of the feminine. This slightly mirrors the biological reality. It’s not because western men are pedophiles (which she didn’t say, but I’m sure she would agree). Biology is where it comes from, no matter what this revisionist feminist history suggests that it’s because of Gillette and corporate America or what-the-fuck-ever.
Basically, the author focuses on where and when it started, rather than why the custom persists.
While I completely respect your opinion, I must say that 1) My point is not to make ANYONE to look like a pedophile (thanks for putting words in my mouth and
2) The point I would really like to drive home is that regardless of women biologically producing less hair than men, we still do. Naturally. Whether it’s more hygienic or not to shave, it is something that is expected of women now, most strongly tied into the concept of beauty that you mentioned. When a man doesn’t shave, we do not turn our nose up at him and say he’s gross… do we?
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