Bella Thorne is effectively shutting down body-hair shamers, one Snapchat at a time.

On Monday, the notoriously unapologetic actress showed off her unshaved armpits on social media — and she shamelessly gave one a quick lick.

Dressed in a sheer top and sparkly heart-shaped pasties, Thorne decided to lift up her arm and lick her hairy pits for Snapchat.

Bella Thorne licks armpit
photo: Snapchat

Thorne was in the middle of Snapchatting a fun evening with DJ Prince Fox (who collaborated with Thorne on her new single, "Just Call"). 

Body-hair haters instantly jumped at the chance to mock Thorne for her underarms.

Bella Thorne licks armpit hair
photo: Twitter
Bella Thorne armpit hair
photo: Twitter

But Thorne didn't care. The actress has never shied away from embracing her body hair.

Bella Thorne hair arm pits
photo: Instagram/@bellathorne

Earlier this year, the 19-year-old publicly admitted she doesn’t shave her legs and armpits — however, she did later have to shave her underarm hair in April for a role.

So Thorne did what any proud body-hair owner would do: She Snapchatted the entire shaving process to make a statement.

(“This is so sad!” she cried in the clip.)

Thorne's armpit-licking Snapchat comes only a few days after Amber Rose uploaded a photo of her *own* body hair to Instagram.

Amber Rose pubic hair
photo: Instagram/@amberrose

However, Instagram immediately deleted her photo for violating its policy against nudity.

"When IG deletes ur fire ass feminist post but you really don't give a fuck because everyone picked it up already," Rose wrote in response to Instagram's decision to delete the pic.

By proudly putting their unshaven bodies on display, celebrities like Thorne and Rose are doing their part to de-stigmatize body hair.

Women shouldn't be embarrassed or ashamed to have hairy armpits or an unshaven bikini line — body hair is natural, and whether a woman chooses to shave or embrace her hair is up to her. 

Keep silencing those body-hair critics, Thorne.

Bella Thorne licked armpit hair on Snapchat
photo: Instagram/@bellathorne

A person shouldn't be shamed into shaving the hair that naturally grows on their bodies just to fit outdated societal norms.