Every once in a while, the The New York Times asks a question even I can’t answer:
I’d like to say the answer is “well heck, of course of they can!” But that would be missing the point. Author Dominique Browning explains:
MY mother hates it. My sister worries about it. My agent thinks I’m hiding behind it. A concerned friend suggests that it undermines my professional credibility. But in the middle of my life, I’m happy with it. Which is saying a lot about anything happening to my 55-year-old body.
I feel great about my hair.
I’ll quote myself from an earlier blog post — The first, most important, and unbreakable rule is that men have no place offering opinions on whether women should or should not “go gray” or grow their hair long. Which is why I hope our readers will weigh in. For? Against? Indifferent?