I’m known as the girl with a hairy back – trolls come after me saying it isn’t feminine but I don’t care what they think | The Sun

A WOMAN has hit back at trolls who claim women having body hair isn't feminine.

The body positive influencer took to TikTok to showcase her body hair and revealed it was totally normal.

Spencer Barbosa, has made a name for herself online thanks to showing off her hairy back.

The young woman, who spends her time debunking myths on women's body hair has gone viral on the video-sharing app with over 8.7million followers and over 500million likes.

In one such video, the brunette beauty penned: "girls shouldn't have back hair," a comment she has seemingly heard online.

As the 20-year-old revealed the dark hair on her lower back, Spencer spun around announcing she didn't care what trolls think of her body.


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She mimed: "I'm sorry, I didn't order a glass of your opinion."

"GIRLS WITH BACKHAIR UNITE," she captioned the post.

In another post, Spencer revealed that she would never stop making content on her body hair.

Another comment she has received is that 'body hair isn't feminine.'

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Looking at the camera shocked, Spencer then showed off her back and arm hair – which obviously made her no less feminine.

"I'm feminine," she penned and captioned the post 'I will never stop posting my body hair.'

The videos have since gone viral with over 73million views and over 8million likes.

People were quick to take to the comment section to share their thoughts.

Many praised the young woman for being candid about her body hair while others thanked her for showing them it was totally normal.

One person wrote: "So it’s normal? I’m so conscious about my back hair."

Another commented: "Bruh if body hair isn't feminine then why are females born with them??"

"If we weren’t meant to have hair there it wouldn’t grow there," penned a third.

Meanwhile, a fourth added: "If body hair isn’t feminine, why does it naturally grow?"

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Someone else wrote: "That’s the first video EVER I’ve seen someone with something I’m insecure about.. Thankyou."

"Yessss let’s normalise back, arm and belly hair," claimed a sixth.

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