crazyedith asked: Can you be bad at being famous, if everyone knows what you do?
You can be bad at whatever you want
101vagina asked: Hey, love your work :) Though 101 Vagina is not specifically about pubic hair, lot's of women in the book are unshaven. It's touring the USA & Canada this year starting in LA in April!
You go, girl! Where can I find a copy?
tribal-love asked: Your photography gives me goosebumps. Radical.
Lesbians Helping Other Lesbians Pick Out Strap Ons
adarkcomedy asked: Your work is sticky delicious! Thank you for your boldness wrapped in bundles of fuzzy fun and humor. My taste buds are seemingly satisfied. :) If you were a spice or flavor, what would it be?
zenman1550 asked: Are you the ocean...or the waves?
missourigator-deactivated201406 asked: Hello. I ran across your site yesterday and I must say it's very, very nice. I love your natural expression, your honesty and your forthcoming. I'm gay, but I also think natural, hairy women are very attractive and I can certainly appreciate that. I also love nudity and enjoy that whole feeling. Thanks for a great blog / site! Have a great day. Marcellus
I think hairy women are attractive, too. Thanks for the love.
reypunk asked: Your work is amazing
flac23 asked: I love your work! From Fuerteventura. Spain!
Every six months or so a women’s magazine will run a feature titled something like “What Guys Think About The Hair Down There,” perpetuating the eternal pubic hair debate, which, when you think about it, is totally and completely absurd.
Daytona Beach photographer Rhiannon Schneiderman defies gender norms involving grooming and beauty in her self-portrait series Lady Manes. Partially inspired by the concept of a man’s facial hair serving as a declaration of his masculinity, Schneiderman challenges with a tongue-in-cheek reverse,
Thanks for promoting my pubes, Feature Shoot!