Pendleton says she was re-inspired to go under the razor for a buzzed look when she heard about the event, which is being run by Kim Goulbourne, a bright, authoritative sort who sports a neatly shaved head with a poof of tamed black at the top. It feels like we attach so many parts of a person's identity — their sexuality, history, gender, and even personality — to something as simple as a hairstyle. For a woman, to shed your mane is to buck all the scripts, all the gendered expectations placed quite literally on top of our heads by a culture we were born into. After ironing out the details and swiping through a few photos on a smartphone, the scissors come out. Getting a fresh look is stressful enough as it is without worrying about walking into a shop where literally nobody wants you to be there. Because the truth is, no one hairstyle actually corresponds to any specific gender. Although people of any sex or gender can grow any sort of mane on top of their heads, our western, cis- and heteronormative culture has created a norm associating certain hair shapes with certain genders. There's plenty of activity in the shop to be distracted by.
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