No, I don't have a military buzz cut - that was last year *grin* I did, however, visit my hairdresser on the weekend and our conversation turned to hair length (probably because I was dithering over whether to grow out my hair for my dance exam in July). Over the course of the conversation, my hairdresser mentioned a friend that has been considering whether to cut her hair; however said friend's husband doesn't want her too. He likes her hair long. I was a little confused about what the actual issue was, but my hairdresser pointed out that such a decision requires compromise from both the husband and the wife: it's not an individual's decision when you're not an individual.
This didn't take me by surprise as I have a friend who won't cut her hair to any great extent because her husband prefers it long. The consensus seems to be that men prefer women with long hair, which has got me to thinking: is a woman's attractiveness dictated by the length of her hair? And what about those of us whose hair won't grow past a certain length or whose face shape doesn't suit long hair? Does that make us less attractive than women with long hair? (I know, it seems like a silly question but I'm curious as to what you think. Personally, I think you should wear your hair 1) how you like and 2) as it suits you.)
And before you ask, my hair is still short. I decided that I was not in the right frame of mind to cope with uneven hair for the next few months!