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When Charlie first graced the small screen inhe was quiet, kind, and a tad too sweet. Clad in tasteful button-downs and sporting wild dark hair, Charlie was pretty adorable, although his sensitive nature ultimately repulsed Marnie. After a stint in which he dated a "tiny Navajo" and hung out at raves in Bushwick, Marnie dragged him back into her life only to be suddenly dumped before the duo Girls Pride - Radigals - Radigals (Lathe Cut) able to make good on plans to grill pizza.
Flash forward a couple of seasons, and Charlie is donning denim on denim, a shaved head, and a whole new attitude, one that Marnie experienced when she ran into him on Sunday's episode.
Clearly, as the photos below show, the new Charlie is a very different guy than the one Marnie knew back in Girls ' early years. This is the man who "exploded a kiss" on Marnie's cheek. In other words, he seemed caring to a fault — Marnie even once compared his touch to a creepy uncle's. Who is that man? Gone are the bouncy tresses and the cutesy smiling, which were replaced by a buzz cut and new accent. Charlie now looks like he belongs in Sons of Anarchy rather than Girlsa change that Marnie makes sure to note.
These are threads meant for strolling through Smorgasburg, or walking towards your shared office space with the kombucha and cold brew on tap. Though adorable, there is nothing threatening about a man with a homemade bunk bed.
This is not the attire you don to attend a fancy cocktail party in the Upper East Side. Charlie's decorum seems to have gone out the window, and now he favors comfort over style.
Sherrow also shares that barbershops were briefly the go-to place for women in the '20s to get the coveted flapper bob, but these chops were often done in secret because of the lack of widespread acceptance for the unconventional look.
Today, the barbershop is still almost always positioned as a distinctly masculine environment, as epitomized in cult classic movies like the Barbershop series and Coming to America. And they just look at you like, you wanna do what? Like, why is this girl here? Some women tell me some barbers have directly refused to cut their hair; while reporting this story, I also visited several barbershops throughout Brooklyn, and many of the most traditional ones sent me away.
Getting a fresh look is stressful enough as it is without worrying about walking into a shop where literally nobody wants Girls Pride - Radigals - Radigals (Lathe Cut) to be there. Plenty of salons are happy to cater to people like me, who express their gender the way our culture expects.
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. We infer so much about a person from how they groom their head. A sexual dimorphism is a physical trait differentiating the biological sexes Girls Pride - Radigals - Radigals (Lathe Cut) than genitalia. 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.
Men have short hair; women have long hair. Sandefur, the redheaded barber, grew up in Tennessee and used to have locks past her shoulders.
Hair is immensely symbolic. Rather than trying to pledge allegiance to this identity or that one, this ideology or another, perhaps a woman chopping off all her hair is just one way to say no. No to all of it. For a woman, to shed your mane is to buck all the scripts, all Girls Pride - Radigals - Radigals (Lathe Cut) gendered expectations placed quite literally on top of our heads by a culture we were born into. Perhaps those priestly barbers of ancient times were onto something.
Still, I'm trying not to be too hard on myself. I like being "feminine," whatever that means, and that's OK. Because the truth is, no one hairstyle actually corresponds to any specific gender. So bring on the female barbershops, Girls Pride - Radigals - Radigals (Lathe Cut), the queer salons, Girls Pride - Radigals - Radigals (Lathe Cut) buzzed-headed ladies, the long-haired whoevers — it all deserves to make the cut.
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