Category Archives: Questionhair

The D for Dalrymple Questionhair (part five): Talking

How are we supposed to know what the average woman looks like if we never really see her? Continue reading

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The D for Dalrymple Questionhair (part four): Comparisons

It all goes to show how hard it is for women to see and accept other people’s bodies, let alone their own. Continue reading

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The D for Dalrymple Questionhair (part three): Where

It’s always weird when you discover a whole new area of your body that you’re supposed to be insecure about. Continue reading

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The D for Dalrymple Questionhair (part two): Frequency, Methods, Cost

Is body hair a problem that you can get rid of by chucking money at, like Christmas? Er, no. Continue reading

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The D for Dalrymple Questionhair (part one): Gender, Age, Geography

I’m not the fucking European Commission. I’m a light-hearted, foul-mouthed and essentially quite insecure feminist blogger with a body-hair fixation. Continue reading

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The D for Dalrymple Questionhair results: preamble and defence

A few weeks ago I wrote a post about body hair and hair removal. This wasn’t so much a call to arms as a cry for help. Continue reading

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Questionhair

As someone who has spent much of her life inwardly convinced that her pubes naturally start at eyebrow level and extend to her feet, I’d like your input on these important issues. I’ve already informally interviewed a number of people about body hair and their attitudes towards it. I’m looking now to get some more formal data, so I’ve written a little questionnaire. Continue reading

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