This article was first published on Broadly. A woman's hair has long been regarded as the key to her femininity and a potent symbol of her sexuality. Whether kept long, short, natural, braided, or dyed, a massive amount of emphasis is placed on a woman's hair.
Sometimes a hashtag sums it up perfectly. A phrase topped the quartet: "The future is female, and it doesn't have time for styling products. The message is clear.
Truth be told, many of the greatest wrestlers of all time were bare-headed. This is a list of those men. One caveat, however.
It's liberating to do away with bad hair days, even if friends and family look at you like you're crazy, says Katie Welsh. I will admit to a flicker of apprehension as the first clump of hair fell to the floor. Would it change how I saw myself? And what if, after years of dying my hair, it turned out I'd already gone grey?
Who could refuse such a landscape? Bare of tuft or leaf or feather, sleek mountain summit, undisguised, evident, in a word: boldas in baldboth arising out of shiningwhite. My knight, this night of shining, my bald eagle hovering above me, tell me there are more like you out there, more blank pates on which to write a happy ending, seal it with a lipsticked pout.
In many societies, women are expected to have hairdespite the fact that natural balding can occur in women as well as men. It is a symbol of femininity and a major part of identity. To lose that hair or worse would be considered socially unusual, at the very least.
Does your hunka-hunka burning love come in a package topped with a shiny crown or a full crop of the shaggy stuff? Turns out that bald men actually do pretty well with the ladies. And that's probably a good thing since studies show that more than half of all men will be affected by baldness by age
In many societies, women are expected to have hair. For many, it's a symbol of their femininity and identity. To lose that hair or worsewould be considered socially unacceptable, at the very least. So it's a surprise when a woman without any hair appears.
For those in the number 2 clipper club, a shaved head is more than a haircut; it's a statement. As model Jourdana Phillips told us, backstage at the Victoria's Secret show in Paris, "I no longer feel forced to adhere to society's beauty standards and feel free to do as I please,"—a sentiment shared by many women with the gender-norm-defying haircut. Similarly, when Internet trolls criticized Jada Pinkett Smith for allowing daughter Willow's shave, she fired back on Facebook: "Willow cut her hair because her beauty, her value, her worth is not measured by the length of her hair.
Serena Deeb born June 29,  is an American professional wrestler and yoga instructor, currently signed to WWE as a trainer at their Performance Center. She is best known for her first stint with WWE, appearing on the SmackDown brand and also known for her time with the developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling under the ring name Serena. Serena Deeb's love of wrestling began when she was eleven after watching a World Wrestling Federation show.