I was thinking the other night about this. The stereotype is that guys always take off their shirts from the top, reaching over the head and grabbing from the back of the neck while girls take off their shirts from the bottom. However from personal experience with short and long hair hair I think this difference has more to do with hair length than gender. When I try to do it the way I use to with short hair it's hard to do it that way now without pulling on my hair.
So my question is do other people have similar experiences with hair length effecting how they remove their shirts. For this to be the most helpful I need responses from other people who's hair doesn't match the traditional style of their gender, girls with short hair, guys with long hair. If I'm right, the way you remove your shirts should be reversed as well, if I'm wrong... well then it's still a mystery why the different genders take off their shirts differently.
It would also be helpful if you've had personal experience with both short and long hair. You don't need to say what your gender is, since we're mostly dealing with if short or long hair has any effect on how you take your shirt off. You can say your gender if you want but it's not required for this conversation. All I really need to know is hair length and if you take your shirt off from the top or the bottom. If you're had it both ways did it change how you take your short off when you cut your hair or let your hair grow out?
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