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  • I'm a women and think beards are the shit! I love them.

    7 50.00%
  • I'm a women and I don't like beards!

    4 28.57%
  • I'm a woman and don't care either way.

    7 50.00%
  • I'm a man and think beards look great!

    3 21.43%
  • I'm a man and think beards look like shit!

    2 14.29%
  • I"m a man and couldn't care less.

    3 21.43%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    ... along with continuity in colour with the hair on the top of your head (for this reason, I believe that men with lighter hair as less suited to beards as our facial hair tends to be a little darker).
    I love it when men have multi-colored hair and beards with different patches in different places, like brown hair on the head, orange hair on the sides of the beard, and a white patch on the chin (or whatever combination). It's like a tortoiseshell cat. It reveals their unique genetics, which are invisible if they shave it all off. Similarly, hair curls all have a unique pattern and texture too, so if the hair on the head is too short, you cannot understand what texture it is. I think even bald men should grow the remainder of their hair long, but I should drop the subject to avoid starting a flame war.

    I am a woman with whiskers and I advocate the acceptance of natural female facial hair. Totally taking this thread seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cm81 View Post
    If a guy can "wear" a woman to make himself look better, then why can't we? Beards
    Not sure if creepy Buffalo Bill reference or........creepy Buffalo Bill reference........
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyyukon View Post
    Not sure if creepy Buffalo Bill reference or........creepy Buffalo Bill reference........
    Great........now I have to look up Buffalo Bill....

    I was referring to wearing the man with the beard. I flipped it around. See what I did there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cm81 View Post
    Great........now I have to look up Buffalo Bill....
    "It rubs the lotion on its skin or else it gets the hose again."
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyyukon View Post
    Not sure if creepy Buffalo Bill reference or........creepy Buffalo Bill reference........
    I'm pretty sure she was referring to "beards" as in the term for women who pose as gay guys' girlfriends. But yeah, that was immediately where my mind went when I read the whole "wearing women" thing.

    On a side note, apparently women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome are prone to growing facial hair. And chest hair. Yikes.

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    I really don't like it when women cut their beards short, it's so unfeminine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cm81 View Post
    Great........now I have to look up Buffalo Bill....

    I was referring to wearing the man with the beard. I flipped it around. See what I did there?

    Photo_00003.jpg
    Wearing the man with the beard.....gotta admit, still clueless, still little creeped out. If you're referring to those wretched photos, I only looked at like 2.

    If that's your face, it's a nice balm on my traumatized soul
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    Quote Originally Posted by Retmeishka View Post
    I love it when men have multi-colored hair and beards with different patches in different places, like brown hair on the head, orange hair on the sides of the beard, and a white patch on the chin (or whatever combination). It's like a tortoiseshell cat. It reveals their unique genetics, which are invisible if they shave it all off. Similarly, hair curls all have a unique pattern and texture too, so if the hair on the head is too short, you cannot understand what texture it is. I think even bald men should grow the remainder of their hair long, but I should drop the subject to avoid starting a flame war.

    I am a woman with whiskers and I advocate the acceptance of natural female facial hair. Totally taking this thread seriously.
    I am all for an appearance that is cultivated and stylish. If you can't grow a full beard, stay clean-shaven instead of looking like a tree with half its branches blown off.

    As a man myself I will acknowledge that my opinion on other mens' appearances doesn't really matter, anymore than a female consensus on shaving their body hair would. Sexual selection

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    This thread reminds me of this scene:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    These images are very disturbing.

    Some men can pull off beards successfully, IMO the strength of the jaw is a big factor here, along with continuity in colour with the hair on the top of your head (for this reason, I believe that men with lighter hair as less suited to beards as our facial hair tends to be a little darker).

    Women? No, no, NO. OMG, I am going to be haunted by visions of bearded women all day now.
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