Sisterhood of Women who Shaved their Heads


Sisterhood of Women who Shaved their Heads

This group is for women who have taken the bull by the horns and decided to shave their heads. It is also for those that aspire to someday shave their head. Hopefully we can provide support, guidance and compassion to one another.

Members: 248
Latest Activity: Dec 30, 2016

Discussion Forum

Why Do YOU Shave Your Head?

Started by Pam Fitros. Last reply by wombat123 Sep 10, 2013. 37 Replies

Looking for Smooth Baldness

Started by Nants the Rebellion Dog. Last reply by Themba Shenge Jul 30, 2012. 22 Replies

Letting our light shine

Started by Cheryl, Co-founder. Last reply by PJ Oct 7, 2011. 9 Replies

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Comment by Cheryl, Co-founder on December 30, 2016 at 11:33am

Every day we go through experiences and find ways to make our lives with alopecia easier. Such knowledge is priceless to others who are living and coping with alopecia.

I recently wrote a blog about using your difference and I think this group can really do that for many who are suffering.

Please pay your acceptance forward.


Comment by Leanna on September 5, 2015 at 5:27am
I shaved my head about a month ago,just got tired of trying to cover up. I feel free most of the time.
Comment by Sabrina on March 16, 2015 at 11:30pm

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Comment by BarbaraK on October 20, 2014 at 6:32pm

I am so proud of myself! I shaved my head myself for the first time even though I was apprehensive. It is so liberating when you succeed at something you are afraid to do.

Comment by carol on October 19, 2014 at 8:38pm

I have had LPP for almost 2 years.  My head is very patchy and on March 31 I started shaving it.  I have been more at peace with it ever since because I am longer feel the need to look at my head all the time.

Comment by Monica Beasley-Martin on July 21, 2014 at 10:28pm

I sported the bald look first back in 2006. This time I have been bald since June. My alopecia was again progressing, and it was getting too hot for wig, so I decided shaving my head was best for me. I do wear baseball caps sometimes, between shaves, because I have a large circular spot area that is extremely noticeable, after just a couple of days. I do like to change up my look, from time to time, so once the weather cools down, you may see me rock a wig, occasionally. I also wear African attire periodically with wraps.

Comment by OneBaldMother on July 21, 2014 at 8:19pm

This group has reminded me of the quote, " we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give others permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others."

The light you ladies shine has really inspired me.  I am working towards being bald in public full time.  I feel most "myself" like this at home and I hope this translates to the same feeling in public.  I don't care for wigs, hats and scarves.  I am wondering, how many of you are still active on AW and are bald full time?

Comment by ceecee on June 27, 2014 at 9:33am

love the the group title  would love to be apart of this group  so much great energy 

Comment by Vicki on April 11, 2014 at 4:28pm
Hi Cheryl,
Everyone has been very supportive. I don't really get that many stares, mostly from kids, but they're just curious. Some people that I don't know come up and ask questions, I like that. It makes things easier and more clear. I don't want people to feel sorry for me or think that I'm going through chemo. I want to say that i'm fine, it's just hair loss.
Comment by Madge Deeter on April 11, 2014 at 3:14pm

Hi everyone....just joined your group and this is my first "comment" since becoming a member of AW. I am 63 and developed AA in November that appears  to be progressing to AU. After several months of depression, crying and a wide range of emotions, I have come to a place of peace and acceptance with the hair loss. But I was tired of hair everywhere except on my head so I made the decision about two weeks ago to shave.  I agree with Debbie's comments of January 2014...."Shaving my head was the most freeing thing I have ever done".  I also wear a wig to work, and will continue to do so, but beginning to free more comfortable with "nothing at all" on my hairless head especially at home and around my rural neighborhood. Thanks for all the comments and encouragement to all. Madge


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