Harnaam Kaur, England's most publicized bearded woman-blind maiden - 3

Harnaam Kaur, England’s most publicized bearded woman

“I WANT TO BE A POSITIVE INSPIRATION” Who is Harnaam Kaur, aka “the bearded woman” and how did the polycystic ovaries make her grow facial hair?

Harnaam Kaur, England's most publicized bearded woman-blind maiden - 3

Harnaam Kaur, a former teaching assistant, suffers from polycystic ovaries, which have caused her hair to grow. Qand Harnaam Kaur began to notice hair growth on her face, chest and arms, and was trapped in a constant cycle of shaving and bleaching.

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What are our hairs used for?

That’s a big question. Body hairs can be a real pain in the ass, whether you’re a man or a woman. We spend all our time removing it because society pushes us to have smooth skin. But is it really good? What’s the point of having body hairs?

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Our hairs usually come out in our teens. More or less thick, more or less pigmented, they are there, they can be seen. However, we generally want to get rid of them. But what is the purpose of our hair? Do they have a use or are they a simple residue of the fur of our ancestors?

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