Climbing Up Scissor Mountain


If we even just briefly escaped the patriarchy bubble for some introspection, we might see how much women are still evaluated on appearances that are irrelevant. We might also see that men, too, are judged on appearances to determine what’s acceptable for them to do and what won’t be tolerated. We might see the delicate steps that need to be taken around changes to our corporeal representations, from day-to-day outfits and hairdos to external shifts in wardrobe style to outright surgical modifications. We might see how much we take for granted our natural graces in these delicate steps, and maybe see why it can be an anxiety issue, or a disability of taste, for others.

Then maybe you’ll understand my irrationale to all things hair.


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