Long hair is by DESIGN. And this is in mind for BOTH sexes, for hair length has nothing to do with the distinction between the sexes. At birth, boys are born with about 10% less hair length than girls on average. Actually, it is even a less than a 10% difference. The average hair growth rate between males and females over a ENTIRE YEAR’S TIME is only 2% greater in females, or barely any difference at all. Lastly, the genetic code implanted by the CREATOR HIMSELF has mandated that MOST women can grow hair to a longer length than MOST men. Even so, men are NOT designed with unnaturally super-short hair, which is on the contrary, a forced manmade concept. It is not in the genetic code and neither is baldness for that matter.
The point is that women are designed to have a little more hair length than men, not alot more. Females, if they don’t interfere with the natural disposition of the hair, should have the ability to grow waste-length hair. Males, if they don’t interfere by constant cutting and super-short hair (which leads to and causes scalp and follicle damage), should be able to grow hair about 50% to 75% the hair length of women or say mid-back. After all, even the low elevations of the corners of the hairline of the neck prove that men are supposed to wear hair to the base of the neck at the very least, or shoulder-length hair. Here is the way we are DESIGNED to look:
These photographs make it quite clear. The females have very pretty long locks indeed. The young men have a natural longer hair length, but quite a bit shorter than the young women, perhaps 30% to 50% shorter. If other men gained the courage to grow their hair to the lengths of these fine young men shown herein, then there would be far less scalp and hair loss problems in our modern, plastic society. Besides, long hair adds considerable beauty to one’s appearance, whether male or female.