What if your husband’s been shaving his head for years?
In some cases, it might be for medical reasons.
If you have had a mastectomy, for example, you may not have been aware that you had been shaved for cosmetic reasons, but shaving your head might have been considered an important step in the healing process.
In other cases, shaving your face might be a more subtle way to signal your displeasure or disapproval with something.
In the past, it’s been used as a way to express your dissatisfaction with a situation, but in recent years it has become a way for men to show their displeasure in private.
Some men are also shaving their heads to be more masculine.
In a recent survey of men, a majority of men said they’d shaved their head in the past week, but most men had been shaving their head for some other reason.
One in five men said shaving their facial hair was a way of expressing frustration with the current state of affairs in the workplace.
The survey also found that men shave their heads for the following reasons: It’s a sign of confidenceIn an effort to show they’re more masculine, men who shave their head have traditionally shaved their chest, legs, and head in order to show off their masculinity.
They’re trying to prove that they’re a manMore than half of the men surveyed, 56%, said they shaved their heads because they were trying to “show off their manhood” in public, according to the survey.
Other men may have shaved their entire head because they feel that they are less masculine or a man who doesn’t fit the stereotypical image of a straight, white, male.
Some men, however, may not be interested in shaving their face.
“I’m just trying to be a man, that’s all,” said Chris.
“It’s not my thing.”
Chris has been shaving for a number of years, and his experience shows that the majority of his peers don’t care for the practice.
“If you’re a straight guy, that wouldn’t bother me,” Chris said.
“But if you’re black, it would bother me.”
While Chris isn’t alone, other men have expressed frustration with shaving their hair.
In some cases the men shaving their faces for personal reasons aren’t aware of their own masculinity.
In a recent study, researchers found that the more frequently a man shaved his face, the more likely he was to say that he was attracted to women.
“In general, men do not view their appearance as a reflection of their masculinity, as much as their femininity or masculinity,” the researchers wrote in the study.
“Therefore, it is not surprising that when men are asked to choose between a facial hair or a haircut, they prefer to shave their face.”
The findings, however may not always apply to men who choose to shave in a public setting.
Men may choose to not shave in public because they think it’s socially acceptable.
“There’s no reason that we should assume that they would do this just because it’s a part of their culture,” said John, a barber in Austin, Texas.
“And I think that’s an issue that people are really worried about.
People are saying, ‘If you shave your head, you’re going to go to prison.’
But if you go out and get a haircut and you’re clean, it’ll probably be OK.”
While the survey of American men found that 59% of men were shaving their male appearance in the last year, the results are far less clear for women.
The results of the survey were based on responses from 3,542 men and women aged 18 to 50.
It’s not clear how accurate the survey is for all men, but the researchers say the results do suggest that men who have hair or facial hair are far more likely to shave than men who don’t.
The researchers also found a gender gap when it comes to whether men shave the head or not.
In addition to women, those who said they shave their facial hairs were more likely than those who didn’t to shave it in public.
“We see this all the time,” said Joanna, a hairstylist in New York City.
“I don’t know if it’s an accurate representation of the male body, but it’s still pretty prevalent.”