To the anon ranting about "hypocritical" posts about beauty standards:
1. Conforming to beauty standards does not make someone any less of a feminist. A lot of what we choose to do with regard to beauty is a matter of personal expression. That said, the beauty standards we that are being referred to are superficial--things we can see with our eyes while the woman is wearing clothes. This is in response to the idea that short skirts, certain styles of make-up, high heels, etc make someone a slut or shallow, therefore incapable of being a powerful woman. It is the idea that being beautiful means you have to be subdued and dainty, when really it's a matter of preference.
2. Shaving one's pussy under the idea that "it looks nasty," is a different matter. The vagina is not nasty. Shaving one's privates comes from the commonly-uttered phrase "shave that shit," implying that a woman's privates are not attractive on their own (as if the penis is so much prettier) and therefore she has to take care to make her sexual area presentable for a man to want to sleep with her. In reality, if a man wants to sleep with a woman, he should get over the fact that hair grows in the pubic area, look down at his own goddamn hair and figure out if he cares about the woman or if he's just some pig concerned with aesthetics and not the woman as a human being. Conforming to that is shunning our own sexuality. Perhaps one likes to keep their area clean by trimming, but shunning the sexual area you were born with is not the same as thinking you could use some eyeliner.