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10 Things That a Girl With Short Hair Hate To Hear

Updated on November 28, 2020

Being judgemental is a natural human tendency and when it comes to appearance each one of us seems to have an opinion about how others look.

Although we talk about liberation, acceptance and open-mindedness in our day to day life, but we tend to judge people based on stereotypes.

A short-haired woman is considered as rebellious as a long-haired man, who is thought to be waging war against the society. With growing incidences of violence against women, we know it well that the society does not happily grant a woman the control of her body.

Therefore, a woman cannot be the sole in charge of her own body or, at a superficial level, of her appearance as her free will disturbs the sociological imbalance and her clothes or hairstyle or the amount of coal in her eyes communicates things that her brain might not have imagined distantly.

So, it is too unusual to suddenly trim your long wavy locks to a pixie cut and expect not to be judged.

Yeah, it is totally cool to bombard a girl with thousands of questions regarding her haircut but you know, when you judge me, I judge you too. You ask me “what” and I tell you “whoa!”. time you meet a girl with short hair, be prepared not to ask these questions and if you are the girl with a pixie cut, you know what to say on the face.

1.“What did you do to your hair?”


I just got a haircut. I think you need to visit an ophthalmologist.

2. “So why did you cut it?”


Because I wanted to.

3. "You look like Miley Cyrus."


Oh, I take it as a compliment but I seriously think your brain is impaired to draw analogy.

4. “Well, it will grow out."


Oh really!!! I never knew that hair actually grows out. I thought this was a permanent solution.

5. “Are You Making Some Kind Of Feminist Statement?”


You bet. But you will not understand a bit of it.

6. “I loved your long hair!”

As if, I care!

7. “Do you like it?”


That’s why I got it.

8. “You must be so brave.”

Brave? I’m not saving lives or fighting for the country. I cut my hair!

9. “Are you lesbian?”


I really doubt your IQ, now. What on earth makes you think that? And if I am, I will surely not introduce you to my girlfriend.

10. “So, when are you planning to grow it out?”

If I do, I will invite you to join the grand celebration.


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