Courtney Stodden says “bad ass” lets body hair grow in the first place — and has a message for haters who don’t like it.
Model, singer and reality star Courtney Stodden is letting body hair grow naturally for the first time — and says it feels “bad ass.”
The 27-year-old, who came out as non-binary in April and uses pronouns, first gained fame — and notoriety — as a teenager when she married actor Doug Hutchison, 51.
More than a decade later, Stodden says they are finally feeling comfortable in their bodies for the first time.
“I have to admit: It never hurts to take ownership of my body and let my hair grow out for the first time!!!! Every day I’m one step closer to acceptance, peace, and genuine confidence – this body is mine. body and no hateful person can shake the growth happening here. instagram When starting a new look.
“So if you’re inspired by my healthy hair pits, you can walk out of hair.”
The new look – and approach – drew praise from Stodden’s followers.
“I love it!! I almost didn’t pay attention to the hair because you’re so beautiful,” wrote actress and model Tracy Bingham.
“Thank you for being brave enough to show this! I love you!” A fan wrote.
“Love you love you love your body. Love that lingerie too!!” Said another.
Revealing his non-binary identity in an Instagram post earlier this year, Stodden wrote that they “do not identify with him”.
“I never felt like I fit anywhere. I was bullied a lot in school because I was different. Other girls never understood me,” he wrote. “It got so bad that my mom made me cry expelled from school.
“And yet, I don’t fit in. I never really connected with anyone my age.”
Stodden made headlines earlier this year when she exposed model Chrissy Teigen to previous online bullying while Stodden was in her much-discussed marriage to Hutchison, who was 35 years her senior.
“She would not only publicly tweet about me taking ‘a shit nap,’ but would privately DM me and tell me to kill myself,” Stodden said. The Daily Beast, “Things like, ‘I can’t wait for you to die.'”
Teigen later publicly apologized for her past behavior, To write: “I am ashamed and sad at what I used to be.”
She said: “I was an insecure, attention-seeking troll. I’m ashamed and utterly ashamed of my behavior, but that’s nothing compared to what I made Kourtney feel.”