Emily Ratajkowski is woke, beautiful, sexy and smart all at once. The woman can set the temperature soaring in a sizzling outfit and at the same time fight for women's rights and feminist beliefs like a tigress. Ratajkowski has always been vocal about the misconstructed idea of beauty in society. She has left no stones unturned in terms of propagating self-love. Emily Ratajkowski in Harper’s Bazaar September issue is a perfect example. The beauty wrote an essay on what it means to be hyper-feminine and it has all the answers you need. Gracing the feature image of the essay is Emily Ratajkowski flaunting her armpit hair. Emily also posted a picture on Instagram, captioned it saying: "Give women the opportunity to be whatever they want and as multifaceted as they can be."BTW, did you check out Emily Ratajkowski Flaunts Curves in White Bodycon for a Walk With Her Dog.
She shared a piece of her mind on the idea of women’s body hair saying: "If I decide to shave my armpits or grow them out, that’s up to me. For me, body hair is another opportunity for women to exercise their ability to choose — a choice based on how they want to feel and their associations with having or not having body hair."
Take a look at Emily Ratajkowski's picture for Harper’s Bazaar:
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“Give women the opportunity to be whatever they want and as multifaceted as they can be.” I wrote an essay for @harpersbazaarus about the importance of women’s right to choose (how she dresses, what she posts, if she decides to shave or not) no matter what influences have shaped the way she presents herself. Do your thing ladies, whatever it might be. Link in bio.
She further said, "There is no right answer, no choice that makes me more or less of a feminist, or even a 'bad feminist,' to borrow from Roxane Gay. As long as the decision is my choice, then it’s the right choice. Ultimately, the identity and sexuality of an individual is up to them and no one else."