Thanks to her affinity for bikinis and naked dresses (and, of course, her fully nude photo shoot for V magazine), fans have seen Ashley Graham's beautiful body in all its glory.
At this point, we know every curve on Graham's body like it's our own. But thanks to the "taboo" surrounding body hair, we never knew exactly what lay underneath those naked dresses.
Graham has made it her mission to shatter stereotypes surrounding plus-size bodies — and now, she's turned her attention to challenging stigmas about body hair.
In her latest interview with Glamour, Graham candidly revealed that she has a full bush.
For its Sex Issue, Glamour sat down with Graham and asked her a series of intimate questions submitted by readers.
One fan asked, "Last time I was single, I cared more about what men thought. Now I don’t, and I stopped getting Brazilians. Am I the only single woman with a bush?”
And like the body-positive champion she is, Graham responded:
"She sounds like my kind of lady. Honey, I have a full bush."
Graham continued the conversation by offering up sex advice to ladies who sometimes forget to bring the body confidence to the bedroom.
Another reader asked, “How do I maintain body confidence after gaining weight? Especially when I’m seeing someone who’s fit.”
Graham responded, "It’s always difficult. As women gain weight, they start judging themselves. But who cares! Embrace what you have. Say, 'Belly, you might be poking out today, but I’m going to choose to love you and nurture you.' The more you talk to him about how you don’t like yourself, the more you’re training him to not like you."
Graham is clearly comfortable with openly discussing her body — but don't expect her full bush to make a public appearance anytime soon.
"Speaking of nakedness, you’ve told me before that you wouldn’t ever show nipple or bush," Glamour editor (and Graham's real-life friend), Lauren Chan, noted. "What changed?"
"You know, my thing is, if it’s vulgar, and it’s, like, me grabbing my breasts and showing nipple, I’m not going to do it," Graham told her. "When I said, 'I don’t do nip and bush,' I didn’t feel like I had to be specific as to what kind. So you might even see more nipple coming up."
"But trust me: You will never see my vagina!"