Woman explains why she can’t shave her leg after an accident and gets support from some tiktoker who stood up for her
Woman explains why she can’t shave her leg after accident
A fit fan has slammed trolls who mocked her online because she had a hairy leg and couldn’t shave it.
Watch below: Millie McLay broke her leg when she drove her horse in Richmond Park, London, in December.
When Millie decided to use her experience to encourage others to stay active, she started receiving insults and negative comments about her leg on Tiktok.
She was asked if she was “a boy,” called “Chewbacca” and asked if she grew “her own pot of UGGs.”
But Millie wouldn’t let her and instead tells how she can now grow every hair on her body.
I can’t get it through my head that these people find it so disgusting when it’s completely normal.
“The reason I don’t [shave] is to reduce the risk of infection. I didn’t do it to posture or try to normalize body hair.
You have to debate with me why I shave and think that maybe I’m just expanding my body hair.
I think it goes without saying that your health is more important than how you look.
“She’s working on becoming a personal trainer while her leg heals, and hopes to inspire others to be active anyway.”
Another said, “Chewbacca I thought she had the missing Buddy.”
But others came to his defense and said the body hair was natural.
One TikToker wrote: “I don’t understand these comments, it’s just a leg hair, it’s not unhygienic or anything.”
Another said, “She has metal on her leg and people are worried about the hair?”. It was when Millie started posting on Tiktok, when she started “She had about 20 followers at the time .
They were shocked at her hair and that a woman could have so much.
“The reason is that it’s about four months of growth.” Instagram is much more supportive.
There were some nice comments also on Tiktok, Even though it’s not very nice.
“The two messages I have left over is there are no excuses with training. You can achieve your goals.”
“I had messages from young girls, at the age of 14 or 15, with pictures of their arms and legs and they were saying, ” I didn’t know someone was hairy.” – What are you thinking about it? It’s funny that they come to me.”