Like the old myth put about at our school 'sitting on the radiators will give you piles'.Well, my crazy ass childhood gave me so much motivation - to not be that way. As in, extreme motivation
Yes, exercise, testosterone, and hairiness are linked; but at least for me, I have exercised my whole life, have high testosterone for a woman, and still do not shave my face.
I agree with Nosmo King - a lot of stuff is just to manipulate you into a certain behavior. The manipulation does not need to be fully consciously invented or acted upon to be real.
There's an older woman who shops at Morrisons in my home town who's got a full on beard and moustache .. I'm not talking a bit of hair, I mean her beard's about 4" long and clearly groomed Fair play to her for being proud of it IMO but you have to make a conscious effort to not be rude and stare at it.I knew a girl who was remarkably hairy, she used to be anorexic and apparently this can be a side effect of this.
Some women have hirsutism. Some even have enough of it to join a circus.There's an older woman who shops at Morrisons in my home town who's got a full on beard and moustache .. I'm not talking a bit of hair, I mean her beard's about 4" long and clearly groomed Fair play to her for being proud of it IMO but you have to make a conscious effort to not be rude and stare at it.
Balpreet Kaur, Sikh Woman, Receives Remarkable Apology From Redditor Who Posted Her Photo
Over the weekend, a Redditor with the username "european_douchebag" posted a photo of a college student named Balpreet Kaur to Reddit. Kaur, an Ohio State student and observant Sikh, does not trim her facial hair in accordance with her religion's beliefs.
Kaur discovered her newfound fame, when a friend showed her the picture. Despite having her privacy violated and her picture posted to the supposedly humorous r/funny subreddit for the world to discuss, the young woman's response was dignified, graceful and generous.
"When I die, no one is going to remember what I looked like, heck, my kids will forget my voice, and slowly, all physical memory will fade away," Kaur wrote. "However, my impact and legacy will remain: and, by not focusing on the physical beauty, I have time to cultivate those inner virtues and hopefully, focus my life on creating change and progress for this world in any way I can."