Begin Slideshow Photographed by Blaise Cepis. Many women see their body hair choices as reflections of their gender, sexuality, and femininity. Today, body hair is often associated with masculinity: Women with thick hair on their arms or faces are deemed "manly" or "unfeminine. And, many of them continue to encounter sexist double standards in response to their choices. Just this week, Instagram banned the account of Australian online magazine Sticks and Stones after it posted a photo of two young women with their pubic hair peeking out of their bathing suit bottoms.
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Photographer takes pictures of naked - and beautiful - older women by Lini S. In a few minutes, she will pose for photographer and artist Nancy Hellebrand — completely naked. Her body bears witness to the progression of life, of carrying and breastfeeding three children, of age spots and wrinkles and sags, of hips that creak and shoulders that hunch, and all the other travails and indignities of getting old. Some might call her body a battlefield. Hellebrand calls it beautiful.
Indeed, it has been shown that fifty-four is, in fact, the age at which the average woman is least satisfied with her body . Most women in midlife rate their ideal figure as smaller than their actual size and want to be thinner even when they are within the healthy weight range. Given that women in midlife experience significant alterations in their bodies, including an average weight gain of lbs, skin changes such as sagging and wrinkling, and changes in fat distribution, it is perhaps not so surprising that so many develop body image concerns at this stage or that inpatient admissions for eating disorder treatment in women aged 35 and over are increasing [2,3]. One large study showed a very high prevalence of body image dissatisfaction amongst women aged 50 and over . Of the participants: