Which begs the question, is it really so hard for men to have to find black hair bobbles in the supermarket or have to use products, God forbid, marketed at women?Asked for his response to people might argue that a man's masculinity must be pretty fragile if he can’t face buying ties not marketed at men, Healy disagrees.
I was expecting to get a few laughs, and then see it fade away. "Indeed—upon first investigation, I saw that there were users aplenty (male and female) from all over the U. ("A well kept beard is a lovely thing, and a very inviting thing," advised Kershaw when I asked him why he thinks facial hair brings people together.) When I asked him what he would guess is the percentage of users on the site seeking love instead of laughs, he said he wasn't so sure.
No matter your religious beliefs, random interests, very random interests—even dietary restrictions—there's almost undoubtedly a dating site, or app, for that.
So I guess I shouldn't have been surprised to learn about Bristlr, a "social network" for guys with beards and the people who love them.
Won’t grow long hair, ever.”She then went on to describe the kind of man that she would be looking for, stipulating that he should be “preferably bearded”, “passionate about seeing the world” and “able to hold a conversation for atleast 30 minutes.”The post has received more than 250,000 views and led to at least 30 proposals of marriage.
It’s really overwhelming to see people relate to this and connect it to a bigger problem.