Last time we checked, body hair was a pretty normal and beautiful part of the male and female anatomy, not some monstrosity that offends the eye, contradicts our beauty or reduces us anything more than, you know, an average human being.
So, you can imagine our dismay when we heard that Paris Jackson is receiving a torrent of abuse and criticism for showing off her armpit hair.
I know, right?
How dare Jackson attempt to be display one of the body's natural functions and fail to subscribe to the misogynistic, prejudiced rhetoric that demands women to shave, pluck and show a perfected, idealised version of themselves 24/7?
Oh, the scandal.
Yesterday, the 18-year-old daughter of the late Michael Jackson took to Instagram Stories to educate people on why we need to stop getting angry about something as normal as body hair – hers, in particular.
In the post, she says mid-laughter: 'I didn't realise that people were going to get so upset over my armpit hair. I didn't realise that was such an issue. It is so funny.
'People are really mad,' she explained.
'I wish I could post some of these responses. You can just tell how angry and infuriated these people are... I love hair, and sweat, and BO. I f*cking love it, I think it's great. Some people think that it's like super disgusting, especially on girls, but every human body does it. It's natural. Get over it.'
The teenage star, who recently opened up to Rolling Stone magazine about her attempted suicide at the age of 15 when she was suffering from 'low self-esteem, thinking that I couldn't do anything right, not thinking I was worthy of living anymore,' also shed light on her pride for her armpit hair.
Some people think that it's like super disgusting, especially on girls, but every human body does it.
Explaining it took her two months to grow it, she added: 'It's not a lot, it's really not, but I'm f*cking proud of it. Really proud. And so many people are so mad.'
The news comes hours before the star debuted a matching yin and yang tattoo with her brother, Prince, to mark their close sibling bond.
The pair posted an image of their new inks on Instagram, with Paris explaining in a caption: 'Sometimes I feel like my big brother and I always think the same thoughts, he just doesn't have a filter and always vocalises them.
'Though total opposites, like my gooko and I, the inseparable yin and yang work together finding and causing balance within each other. Matchies with my bestie @princejackson!' she concluded.
Look, we each have one body to do with whatever the blummin' hell we want – be it adorn our bodies in several piercings, cover it in tattoos, grow out or shave its natural hair.
Can we stop criticising, judging and dictating what others should do with something as personal as their bodies, please?
It's just boring now.