Beard lover dating
Today, beard or lavender dating is rarely used as a result of greater acceptance of homosexuality in both the United States and Western Europe but is still occasionally today used by young individuals from traditional communities or conservative countries.In a typical scenario, X and Y are in a supposedly exclusive relationship, but X is actually cheating with Z.Or rather, I was nominated by my colleagues to do so as the unofficial pro-beard spokesperson of our facial hair debate.Bristlr was founded just a handful of weeks ago by English developer John Kershaw as a complete joke, while he was bored at work one day.Often, in the early to mid-twentieth century, a beard companion was used by homosexual individuals to conceal one’s sexual orientation through the disguise of a heterosexual relationship.This relationship typically was between a lesbian woman and a gay man in an attempt to dispel rumors of homo-orientation.I don't have a baby or a puppy, but I do have a beard.
But hey, no one ever said the road to romance was easy. Just as a cat’s eye is different then an every day look, a man’s beard can be styled a dozen different ways.
The beard can gift a man a chin, make him look like your dad, make him look like Jafar from Aladdin (a look which would also require the use of actual eyeliner), you name it!
Damn, have you ever seen a man with a beard wearing eyeliner? Someone better move the coffee table before I get started down that road.
So I guess I shouldn't have been surprised to learn about Bristlr, a "social network" for guys with beards and the people who love them.
And since I am such a person (the latter, not the former), it was only appropriate that I investigate.You can find people near you who either have beards, or are looking to meet people with beards.