The Enchanted Forest of Love

April 28, 2009 Drafts

We here at Haildess are going are not going to shy away from any topic related to the Goddess Lifestyle. So today, i thought we would take journey into the very core female fashion, and discuss pubic hair.

In this male dominated society, there is a lot of pressure to trim, shave, wax, pluck and shape our pubic hair.  Now, while i think every woman is entitled to style her hair in any manner she chooses, today i want to celebrate the ladies who let the goddess and mother nature style their pubic hair, and let the it grow grow grow.  So if you are one of those ladies who lets your divine love bush grow wild and free, we here at Haildess commend, acknowledge, and appreciate you.

Here it is in 1866, being celebrated by Gustave Courbet.  The model for this painting was Joanna Hiffernan, a saucy young womyn.lorigine_du_monde(i added the hearts in the name of modesty, they were not in the original painting) A fascinating side note is that at the time Joanna Hiffermen   sat for this painting, she was romantically intertwined with James Whistler  famous for his painting350px-whistlersmother1, Whistlers Mother.    Whistler dumped Joanna  after she sat for her portrait with Courbet.  Typical MALE, unable to understand an empowered, liberated women.   No doubt he wished she would be more like his mother, demure and sad.

Luckily for me, My life partner is Feline.  My Darling Anextiomarus Rose would never judge me for any of my bold feminist actions.  true_love_resized

If you would like to see more pictures that illustrate the beauty of the natural beauty of an Enchanted pubic hair forest, I recommend furthering your research by googling “big bush”  or “hairy divas”,

have a wonderful Tuesday everyone and DESS BLESS!!!!!!!



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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Diana Goddess of the Hunt  |  April 28, 2009 at 6:24 pm

    Oh my! Let us dance for the Goddess under the fertility bush!

  • 2. Lauren  |  April 28, 2009 at 6:39 pm

    thank you for the insightful comment, diana goddess of the hunt! but keep in mind, that region is not just about fertility, it is also a source of power, and a direct telephone to the goddess.

  • 3. Cymaphore  |  July 24, 2009 at 8:42 am

    WTF? Modesty? What are you, catolic, destroying art in the name of chastity?

    Courbet would rotate in his grave if he would know it.

    I suggest you visit Vatican City. They’ve got a lot of statues where in the late 19th century another crazy pope removed the male reproductive system rudely with a chisel. What you do is nothing else.

  • 4. Lauren  |  July 24, 2009 at 5:33 pm

    Cympahore, i’m not certain what this word “catolic” means. As a Goddess worshipper I am deeply connected to the divine and spiritual possibilities of the vagina, and would never destroy anything in the name of chastity. However,I’ll admit i don’t greatly enjoy the male reproductive system, and probably would prefer the statues with out the penis. Now, if you’ll excuse me my darling, i’m off to my bi-weekly friday morning orgy.

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