While living in quarantine , women have become obsessed with some unexpected things. To name a few: Andrew Cuomo , whipped coffee , sourdough starters , and, for some of us, shaving off all our hair. Record scratch: bald women?! I know.
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Just a week ago, we reported on the phenomenon of men shaving their heads during lockdown — but plenty of women are doing it too. One big difference is the stereotypes you might be subjected to. Unlike men, who can largely go about their bald head life without much of a second look, women are subjected to another thought process when they shave their head — the idea they might be sick. Grace originally shaved her hair as a way of raising money for the Brain Tumor Charity — a counselling service which had helped her during her illness. Perhaps one upside of the lockdown is that the increasing number of women with shaved heads might put a stop to gendered stigmatisation. But though the optics of shaved heads may differ by gender, one thing links them — shaving your head is an extremely cathartic stress response. Shaving my head felt like a way to control something — it was kind of a stress response, I guess. It was quite liberating. For Robyn, shaving your head is a way of making the best of the pandemic. By signing up to the VICE newsletter you agree to receive electronic communications from VICE that may sometimes include advertisements or sponsored content.
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Society often associates femininity with long, flowing locks — but a growing number of women are choosing to celebrate their baldness. But the opportunity to have a new surname was certainly an attractive proposition. Williams has had trichotillomania, a condition that causes her to pull out her hair compulsively, since she was nine — and her original name was Balde. A year-old picture framer from Warwickshire, Williams believes that her trichotillomania was triggered by the stress of her mother leaving the family home. She would lie awake at night and tug out great handfuls of hair, before rolling it up into a ball and hiding it behind the bed. By her 30s, she was totally bald.