"Imagine you're always being told what's wrong and what's right," she said in the above video. "What's attractive and what's not. ... There's all kinds of beauty standards and all of them are influenced by a patriarchal society, obviously. I think that by me growing out my armpit hair I'm challenging that. People that identify as women [have been told they have] to be hairless to be considered attractive ... and that's obviously not true."