He wondered if they so covered their bodies from shame of their hairlessness
or because they thought the odd things they wore added any to the beauty of their appearance.
She says: "My mum was a model and my aunt was a beauty therapist, so you could say I'm indoctrinated into hairlessness
These researchers mapped the disease to chromosome 8p21 in humans and subsequently cloned a gene called "hairless," responsible for hairlessness
He'd heard that all-over hairlessness
is a popular trend in the gay community, so he thought he'd bleach all his hair so it looked invisible," The Sun quoted a source as saying.
In addition, the authors argue that sweating, hairlessness
and cranial cooling systems found in the human species, though certainly useful for walking, are essential for endurance running in hot climes.
That national group tries to alleviate the embarrassment of hairlessness
for children who have lost hair to fire, surgery or cancer treatments.
I fervently attacked my menacing hide of beastly shagginess and managed to pull off a state of continuous hairlessness
for over a year.
Without hesitating," said Stevenson, "he pointed to the top of his head, and we quickly discovered a linear area of hairlessness
on the left side of the top of his head" (p.
Now, he advocates a new vocabulary to describe a state of hairlessness
in a more positive way.
A month later, Caleb resigned from his job at Allied Life and set up an organisation called Progressive Hairlessness
Articles and images abound in the popular press and internet on various forms of pubic hairlessness
What I found is that the norms of body-hair removal now dominant in American popular culture -- basically, smooth skin everywhere but the eyebrows, eyelashes and head for women, along with increasing demands for hairlessness
for men -- are scarcely a century old.