I recently came across the below article in the New York Times:
"Four Women Bond Over the Beauty in Their Baldness"
A few Excerpts from the article:
"Four bald women walk into a bar. The bar is Sycamore, in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn. The mission is to sort out the many times we have been mistaken for one another. And to compare notes about what it is like to be a woman living with alopecia universalis in New York."
"Despite our inner evolutions toward the decision not to cover our heads, we still live in a hair-normative culture, with hair directly connected to femininity."
"Before we part ways, I ask the million-dollar question: If you could have hair again, would you want it?"
I would love to hear the communities thoughts on their candid interview.
You can read the full article here: