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    "Today there are 220,000 barbers nationwide — up from the 1980s, but still a small fraction of all hair cutters — and almost half of them are women, says Charles Kirkpatrick of the National Association of Barber Boards." (as of 2004)

    "Although licensing requirements vary from state to state, the general rule is barbers can cut and dye hair and shave faces but usually aren't licensed to do manicures. Cosmetologists can cut hair, do facials, manicures and pedicures, but aren't licensed to shave."
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
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    "Today there are 220,000 barbers nationwide — up from the 1980s, but still a small fraction of all hair cutters — and almost half of them are women, says Charles Kirkpatrick of the National Association of Barber Boards." (as of 2004)

    "Although licensing requirements vary from state to state, the general rule is barbers can cut and dye hair and shave faces but usually aren't licensed to do manicures. Cosmetologists can cut hair, do facials, manicures and pedicures, but aren't licensed to shave."
    Thanks!

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    I think of a barber as someone who predominantly concentrates on men's hair, shaves and men's grooming. Could be male or female.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
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    "Today there are 220,000 barbers nationwide — up from the 1980s, but still a small fraction of all hair cutters — and almost half of them are women, says Charles Kirkpatrick of the National Association of Barber Boards." (as of 2004)

    "Although licensing requirements vary from state to state, the general rule is barbers can cut and dye hair and shave faces but usually aren't licensed to do manicures. Cosmetologists can cut hair, do facials, manicures and pedicures, but aren't licensed to shave."
    Dang, you beat me to it! Anyway, I was just going to point out that the difference between a barber and a stylist is credentials, not gender.

    BTW, I go to a barber. He's been cutting hair for about 50 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by senza_tema View Post


    They're not even that hot.
    Are you a middle aged man?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    Women cannot be barbers. They are called stylists. Only men can be barbers. Not women.
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    So?

    I would tend to agree with him. Barbers give functional hair cuts, and also shaves, to men, and are typically men themselves.

    Women tend to be stylists because they care more about actually having things like body, volume, style, etc. and do other women's hair, not just men's.

    Who gives a crap if your ISTJ friend likes gender roles, anyhow? Some gender roles actually do serve a practical purpose in many cases, though some are constricting or harmful.

    Whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
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    "Today there are 220,000 barbers nationwide — up from the 1980s, but still a small fraction of all hair cutters — and almost half of them are women, says Charles Kirkpatrick of the National Association of Barber Boards." (as of 2004)

    "Although licensing requirements vary from state to state, the general rule is barbers can cut and dye hair and shave faces but usually aren't licensed to do manicures. Cosmetologists can cut hair, do facials, manicures and pedicures, but aren't licensed to shave."
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    "Therefore not barbers, stylists that go to beauty school."

    See what I mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
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    "Therefore not barbers, stylists that go to beauty school."

    See what I mean?
    Are you intentionally ignoring details to be obtuse?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    So?

    I would tend to agree with him. Barbers give functional hair cuts, and also shaves, to men, and are typically men themselves.

    Women tend to be stylists because they care more about actually having things like body, volume, style, etc. and do other women's hair, not just men's.

    Who gives a crap if your ISTJ friend likes gender roles, anyhow? Some gender roles actually do serve a practical purpose in many cases, though some are constricting or harmful.

    Whatever.
    I just told him to focus on the job, not on the person doing the job.

    But there's got to be a cleverer kind of comeback. Should we be like Saudi Arabia and ban women from cutting hair the way they ban women from driving?
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