The Politics of Not Shaving in This Patriarchal Dystopia
Sarah Kasbeer

Yeah, humanity’s aversion to leg hair on women is strange, and its origins are difficult to trace, but you did a pretty good job here.

Let’s just not make everything about the election OK? I think it is beneath us to have our emotions swayed by the goings-on at Charlatan Central (Washington D.C.) to an extent that it actually affects how we behave day to day. Because if that is the case, that would mean that we have been psychologically manipulated (had our thoughts enslaved) by the media and the entirety of the American propaganda dissemination system (red team or blue team propaganda, doesn’t matter).

And before you say: well how do you expect to change things if you don’t change your behavior to be more proactive? Protest in any way you see fit, but I’ll eat my hat if it actually gets you any closer to achieving your objectives. Gaining and then wielding influence with a powerful group of like-minded individuals is the only way to get things done, cause you aren’t getting anything done getting tear-gassed at a protest march or, in this case, by growing hair on your legs. An individual’s self-expression is pointless in politics.

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