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And with #Decembeaver, growing stunt hair for cancer completely jumps the shark

Posted by Tom Megginson | 4-12-2012 00:57 | Category: Fundraising



Movember. Decembeard. Unshaven Mavens. Julyna. Now, stand-up comedian Sarah Cooper adds Decembeaver to the list of grooming slactivism

Movember. Decembeard. Unshaven Mavens. Julyna. Now, stand-up comedian Sarah Cooper adds “Decembeaver” to the list of grooming slactivism.


In this trending video, Ms. Cooper does a light parody of Movember with an ask for American Cancer Society donations. But what is more interesting to me is the way it portrays Millennial-generation men’s absolute disgust at the thought of female pubic hair.

Decembeaver

Guys. It’s okay. Not all adult women get their intimate grooming tips from pornography. In fact, pudendal shrubbery may even be making a fashion comeback. At the least, hating on it is going out of style.


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