OnlyFans model strips to bikini in Tube station to show off natural body hair

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An OnlyFans model has revealed she once stripped down to a bikini to show off her body hair in busy London Tube station.

Camille Alexander, who stopped shaving her body hair four years ago, says there is a "double standard" in society when it comes to body hair and has noticed women are treated differently if they didn't shave.

So, in order to normalise body hair on women, the 25-year-old decided to do something she had always dreamt of – to go out in public in a bikini.

In a video she shared exclusively with Daily Star, Camille dances inside a Tube station wearing nothing but a black strappy bikini and a PVC rain coat in a body positive display.

She grooves to the music on the platform and flings her arms while embracing the wind as the train arrives at the station.

"It was in the summer and it was raining like crazy before I went out and I was upset because we didn't get any sun at all, so I put on my bikini and raincoat and I went out like this to meet my friends," Camille told this site.

"I had always dreamt of going out like this and it seemed like an appropriate day, people just looked at me weird but I don't think anyone said anything."

Camille, who moved from Paris to London and formed her band A Void, said she found people in the UK were more "open" in accepting women with body hair.

She recalled an encounter with a waiter when she went to a pub with her friend in the bikini outfit.

"He asked me if I could put some clothes on, I said 'no but I can drink elsewhere if that’s not ok' and he was like 'well I was just asking but you don’t have to'," Camille explained.

"And then he gave me a double for the price of a single, probably cause he was feeling stupid."

Camille has also received positive messages from people who said they feel empowered by watching her videos on TikTok.

"It's the most amazing thing to hear and it makes it worth each negative comment I get," Camille added.

"I want to tell them that it's really up to them whether they'd like to remove their hair or not, whatever gender they are.

"It isn't dirty, it isn't something to be ashamed of."

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