are you into long hair?

do gay men love or hate long hair?

It seems it is not an important criteria for searching for Mister Right…
Here are some interesting testimonials:

“I have long hair. I love my hair. I like guys with long hair. What is the issue with gay guys and long hair? Should I cut mine to fit in?”

“Yes, you should change whatever you have to about yourself in order to ‘fit in’ because ‘fitting in’ is SO important. Not.”

“long hair is fine I guess”

“That is a personal opinion. Some like it. Some don’t.”
“Generally, I am not attracted to men with long hair, especially mullets, or the messy look the teenagers are going with now. Clean, straight long hair kept in a pony tail can be somewhat sexy on a guy, but only if he also has a rockin’ body too.”

“If it was trend to sew your eyes should would you follow that simply to fit in?”

“Some gay men like long hair and there are gay men that like it short. Everyone has their own preference. Do what makes yu feel comortable with yourself.”

“My hair is about shoulder length right now, all brownish and a bit wavey. I’ve never had an issue with any guy because of my hair length. If anything my experience has been just the opposite.”

“Be yourself and don’t worry about fitting in and you will find someone who loves you because your you.”

long hair forbiddden for sportsmen?

Troy Polamalu might not have to worry about getting tackled again by his hair.

At their meetings in Palm Beach, Fla., next week, NFL owners will consider a proposal to ban players from having hair flow from their helmets below their names on the back of their jerseys.

That might affect Polamalu’s image, but help him on the field. Two seasons ago, the Pittsburgh safety with the long ponytail had his hair grabbed by Kansas City’s Larry Johnson and was thrown to the turf after an interception against the Chiefs.

The rule banning long hair on the field was proposed by Kansas City. It does not require players to get haircuts, but does “require them to tuck it up inside their helmets,” said Atlanta president Rich McKay, chairman of the league’s competition committee.

Polamalu is the best known of the players, most of them defensive backs, with hair flowing outside their helmets. Others include cornerbacks Al Harris of Green Bay and Mike McKenzie of New Orleans.

Because the rule was proposed by a team, the competition committee did not take a position on it. It will be discussed Monday with a package of other rules

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Troy Aumua Polamalu (pronounced /Pull-a-MAUL-u/) (born Troy Benjamin Aumua on April 19, 1981 in Garden Grove, California) is an American football safety for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League. He was originally drafted by the Steelers 16th overall in the 2003 NFL Draft. He played college football at Southern California.