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Sophie Paterson, 25, a web manager in Cardiff, has signed up and ditched the razor for August.She says: “I floated the idea to friends and the reactions were vehement: ‘Ugh, no, you can’t do that.’ I was like, ‘Well, I can.’ I just think people should be able to free and experiment in the same way a guy can grow a moustache and decide if he likes it.” All of the women taking part in Armpits4August are keen to address the question of body hair and gender.Cue Armpits4August, which encourages women to stop shaving their armpits for one of the hottest months of the year.It is now in its second year, and has a rapidly growing number of participants in the UK.We want to break down the misconceptions that armpit hair is unhygienic, because it isn’t,” she stresses.In fact, hair follicles are proven to absorb sweat instead of letting it sink into the skin.
I said to him, ‘You have hairy armpits, do you think that’s gross?
“There’ll always be occasions where I’d feel like I’d want to but it is nice to feel you don’t have to.
A girl should be able to grow her own body hair and decide if she likes it.” Tamara agrees, saying: "I want to be able to choose for myself.
But, will this one-month experiment be enough to persuade them to ditch their razors for good?
“It’s a natural habit for me to shave them,” admits Sophie.
Ten per cent of women in the UK suffer from PCOS - including Gina's fellow founder Sarah Hickmott (28) - and one of its lesser-known symptoms is hirsutism, or excessive hair growth.