QOTD: Busy Phillips Is No RiRi

May 31, 2013 / Posted by:

Since the theme for the latter part of this week has been the crotch grooming habits of celebrities, let’s hear what Cougar Town’s Busy Phillips has to say about her own coochie beard situation. During an episode of The Conversation about the treatment of pregnant women in the media, Amanda de Cadenet asked Bussy (typo and it stays) if she waxes or shaves her Mr. Bigglesworth now that she’s a mother of one child, soon to be two. Busy said:

“I love this question. I do get waxed, but after I had my daughter I had this real epiphany. I felt like it would be really fucking weird if I had no hair on my vagina, because I have a little girl and I want her to look at me and think that grown women have hair on their vaginas!”

It’s funny that Busy should say that, because I knew a woman who claimed that she’s naturally hairless and only grows hair on her head and eyebrow area. Not even her pits! If she’s telling the truth, then I’m sure she’ll be HIGHLY HIGHLY HIGHLY offended by Busy’s words. Is she not a grown woman because she doesn’t grow chocha fur? Way to be a #hairlessladyshamer, Busy! That mostly hairless woman I knew should totally write an open letter to Busy on Jezebel about this!

Busy also said this about chicks who claim they lost all the weight from breastfeeding:

“I love that the whole weird misconception, ‘I just lost it all breastfeeding.’ It’s like, ‘No, you didn’t!'”

And now every celebwhore who claims they got skinny from breastfeeding (see: nearly every chick in Hollywood) is going to write Busy an open letter about how being a #skinnybreastfeedershamer is not a good look.

via UsWeekly

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