Monday, March 23, 2009
Schick's latest hair-maintenance tool for women is a regular leg-shaving razor on one end and a bikini-trimmer on the other. Feministing is upset that this perpetuates the societal pressure women feel to shave down there. New York Magazine is most bothered by the commercial, in which women walk or jog in typical lady-product-commercial fashion past overgrown bushes, which transform to neatly trimmed shrubs as they pass. (LMAO @ the overgrown bushes)
Come on people, it's NOT that serious....and personally, I think that it's our obligation as women to foster an environment in which women are comfortable enough to talk about shaving. It is also our duty to excommunicate any DIVAS in our circle who do not practice such acts as bikini shaving/waxing, pedicures, and no visible panty lines!
Just my opinion.