I recently read from a magazine interview with Emma Watson where she said she was asked by reporters if her short hair cut was her way of coming out of the closet.
“I had journalists asking me if this meant I was coming out, if I was a lesbian now.” She rolls her eyes. “That haircut did make me realise how subjective everyone’s opinion is. Some people were crazy for it and some people just thought I’d lost my shit. All I can do is follow my instincts, because I’ll never please everyone.” – Independent
You know, because short hair means a woman is gay?
I’m sad for society.
In my sadness for society, I created a few new gay hairstyles for me. And I have to say, I look pretty good as a lesbian.
If I were to cut my hair really short, straighten it, and dye it brown with some high- and low-lights, you’d get a questionably gay me with Emma Watson’s hairdo.
Here’s me as the very gay Ellen Degeneres.
And me with the fiery red hair of lesbian Cynthia Nixon.
And me with the (obviously) closeted Michelle Williams short hair cut.
And because I couldn’t stop at just white-girl closeted lesbian hair, I tried on Viola Davis’ hair.
Obviously, closeted gay women can have longer hair, because Oprah hides behind her luscious locks.
I’m totally gay for Rob Pattinson, so I had to try on his hair.
Now I’m considering jumping on the gay bandwagon because short hair is so much easier to maintain than the 2-feet-long straight-girl mop on my head.
hairstyle re-do by In Style