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Beau van Erven Dorens makes a statement with chest hair photo

Beau’s B now stands for Borsthaar, because the presenter has shared a political yet funny message. Especially for the wax in-wax out purists. Through his Instagram Beau shows up in his own way for what he stands for: chest hair in men, that is.

The beard is neatly maintained every time, but you don’t get rid of Beau’s chest hair. With his Instagram post, he pays tribute to the hair on the man’s chest, but especially his own. He does this with the following witty text.

“Here’s a message from the Chest Hair Liberation Front. (With the risk of getting canceled by the wax-in-wax out purists, of course.) We say chest hair matters. (With the risk of now appropriating ‘matter’, a loaded term reserved for really important ‘matter’.) We at the BLF are of the free chest hair and freedom in general. (With the risk that with this universal desire for freedom, I will not rebel against people with ideas that may or may not be abject, but will, on the contrary, join me.) ”Read the full message in the post below. Here’s a message from the Chest Hair Liberation Front. (With the risk of getting canceled by the wax-in-wax out purists, of course.) We say chest hair matters. (With the risk of now appropriating ‘matter’, a loaded term reserved for really important ‘matter’.) We at the BLF are of the free chest hair and freedom in general. (With the risk that with this universal desire for freedom I will not rebel against people with or not abject ideas, but will actually join me.) We like to sing out loud to Motown music from the 70s of people who hardly know themselves. have chest hair, like James Brown! We at the BLF wear face masks in shops and public spaces, for ourselves, but especially for others, because we think it’s cool and enjoyable to live in a society where you stand up for each other. And we are a bit like family in the Netherlands, all together. But if someone does not put on a mouth mask, then we do not strangle him, we do not call him a baker, no: we smile at him friendly from behind our mouth mask. Laughing and giving each other freedom makes you happier in any case than taking each other to measure and smashing their heads. Then it will be a very long winter. Do you feel like punching someone in the head, because you are furious at anything, that can happen, I sometimes am, no one is infallible, then hold back and do like the people of the Chest Hair Liberation Front: HAVE A BREAK, HAVE A KITKAT! (At the risk that this tip will elicit a series of furious reactions from people who are supposedly not allowed to be furious. I say to them: above all, be furious, that’s freedom too, but don’t count on the BLF.)

A post shared by Beau van Erven Dorens (@beauvaned) on Oct 17, 2020 at 5:05 am PDT

Beau’s followers can laugh at the brilliant action. If you read between the lines, you will see that Beau tries to encourage everyone to wear their mouth masks faithfully, as Mark Rutte asked the whole of the Netherlands earlier this week.

Beau: ‘And we are a bit family in the Netherlands, all together. But if someone doesn’t put on a mouth mask, then we don’t strangle him, we don’t call him a baker, no: we smile at him kindly from behind our mouth mask. ‘

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