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When I was in high school, a girl grew a mullet to hide a skin condition & pattern baldness.
Some people grew "Mullets" because they were afraid to grow all sections of hair out. The long hairflap in the back indicated that the wearer was both hip & contemporary. When I was in high school, a girl grew a mullet to hide a bad skin condition & pattern baldness.
For decades, Mullets have been a popular hairstyle among the Lesbian community. It became a symbol of rebellion & independence.
As an art historian, I have had the privilege to view many examples of early Christian art depicting Jesus Christ adopting the Mullet look
-- Alex Trebec (email@example.com), September 17, 1999