Hasidic Jewish men will often shave all their head, save for their Payot , or sidelocks. In solidarity with cancer sufferers, some people chose to shave their heads — particularly as part of fund-raising efforts. Those with alopecia areata and men facing male pattern baldness may choose to shave. The earliest historical records describing head shaving are from ancient Mediterranean cultures, such as Egypt , Greece , and Rome. It may, but does not always, express membership in the bisexual , lesbian and genderqueer communities. This included hair on the head, eyebrows, and beard. It is less common for female characters to have shaved heads; however, some female characters are bald.
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