Re: Male hair and female hair are different? Since when?

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Posted by J.M.M. (other posts) on October 11, 2019 at 13:48:29 Previous Next

In Reply to: Male hair and female hair are different? Since when? posted by Jacob U on October 10, 2019 at 09:34:48:

: I hate being forced to watch advertisements on YouTube before my videos starts, and now I saw a commercial for Dove shampoo when I was going to watch an episode of a video podcast about video games. Iím not hear to rant about YouTube ads, though.

: The ad asked ďWhatís the difference between a manís hair and a womanís hair?Ē I thought there wasnít anything to compare or contrast! Then again, I canít address enough the lack of men with hair below waist length, so maybe thereís a point being made.

: But, here comes the worst part: The man answering the question in the ad mentions Tangled (but the source material, not the movie itself) to back up his claim that women have stronger hair! But, thatís not all. My least favorite movie of all time is erroneously referred to as a nursery rhyme. Seriously?!

: Now, let me calm down and make my point: Do you all really think men canít have the same hair as women? That could be a rhetorical question, but length isnít the only thing that makes locks luscious for some reason.

I read somewhere that there is a difference in the composition of male and female hair. Mentioned was that female hair on average is typically richer in certain minerals. Whether or not this is true is for a person who tests enough samples of hair between the sexes and among people encompassing all ethnic and racial types. Nonetheless, if health, age and genetics work favorably, men and women can grow extremely long hair despite the sex differences. We also need to examine the reasons why women might have more mineral rich hair too.

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