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Four ladies create Decembeaver for women to raise cancer awarenessFour ladies create Decembeaver for women to raise cancer awareness

WATCH: ‘Decembeaver’ the New Movember for Women?

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Move over men, because the ladies are starting their own hair-raising initiative to take a stand against cancer. Four ladies recently filmed an entertaining video, encouraging women to stop shaving their lady parts for a good cause.

“Goodbye Movember, Hello Decembeaver” comes off as a spoof of the famous November charity Movember, but these ladies make a good point and seem sort of serious. They want all females to stop shaving their nether regions for 30 days to raise cancer awareness.

This November, more than 1.2 million men grew out their mustaches to raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer. If the men can do this, why can’t the ladies?

Since we females don’t grow the same kind of facial hair, the below video, suggests women should just throw out the razors and wax kits.

As the activists say in the video, “Let’s look less like a 12-year-old girl down there and more like an 80-year-old woman, because they’re the ones with cancer.”

One of the women also says, “If a guy gives you a hard time, he must want you to get cancer.”

The video is quite amusing and some might not take it literally, but it does include a link to the American Cancer Society in the video description.

Ladies, what are your thoughts? Will you “take the ooch out of your cooch” and should this become a real movement?

Side Note: Irene McGee from MTV’s “Real World Seattle” is totally representing in this video. The name doesn’t ring a bell? She’s the one who left the show, but not before being slapped by housemate Stephen. Check her out on Twitter, where she’s giving “Decembeaver” 100 percent of her support.

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