Important: if you think Tony Stark saying he has narcissistic personality disorder means he secretly hates himself, you have utterly failed to grasp the point of narcissism and probably are a repeat defender as far as projecting yourself onto fictional characters, which is both mentally unhealthy and incredibly problematic. And I fucking hate you.
And if that doesn't tell me everything you need to know about me, well.
Cutting hair short “just because” and changing hairstyles frequently is a sign of fickleness, and that is inherently unattractive. That’s why short hair is often seen on little girls and little teenage hipster chicks and riotgrrl punx because they haven’t matured to be able to take care of their own appearance.
Something as simple and easy as having long, flowing, beautiful and sexy hair is a sign of integrity and being able to stick to one thing for quite a while, something that most people lack in this day and age. It’s a sign of maturity and adulthood.
There’s also something really sensual about long, untamed, naturally grown hair. Seeing it is like an instant connection to nature and earthiness and humanness, if you’re into that spiritual hippie stuff. I am, if only a little bit.
Now I’m not saying that a sexy girl can’t look sexy with short hair (because she’s already sexy regardless), but I think a woman looks like a woman when she has long hair. Long hair is a signifier of maturity and womanliness.
Coming from a long haired girl, go fuck yourself.
At first I was angry but then I read “simple and easy” describing the maintenance of long hair and just started laughing
I’m a strong female character who don’t need no hair.
reading this made me so angry omg
Taking care of long hair is not easy, and having short hair has nothing to do with not being mature. I find it less mature if you have long hair just to look like everybody else!
The moment I cut my hair I finally felt like I had grown into myself. Cutting my hair short was a symbol of me leaving behind everything that had happened to me, and becoming who I am.