HUH? Apparently ‘Hair Privilege’ Is A Thing, Girl Shaves Head to Escape the ‘Opression’

Keely Sharp
Written by Keely Sharp

“I am oppressed.”  -Yvonne Nguyen

In the newest wave of liberals, there is now something called “hair privilege.” If you are anything like me, or well, the portion of the population that actually have common sense, then you probably haven’t heard of this.

Yvonne Nguyen describes her life as oppressed, as she attends Villanova University. Her reason? Because she wanted to cut her hair but did not feel like it was the social norm. I literally had to pause as I wrote this to scratch my head in disbelief. Having hair is a form of oppression now?! WTH?


Daily Wire:

“Daily, for over the past two years, I’ve wanted to shave my head,” wrote Nguyen via Facebook, explaining her foremost reason for taking clippers to her head. “Society’s gender norms have tried to define me, my actions, thoughts, my feelings, and my dress. I am oppressed. But, I’m not going to stand for it anymore.”

As for her second reason, the student said she wanted “to show solidarity for cancer patients and those with alopecia, I would like to remember the privilege I have in terms of being able to grow my hair out. I am privileged.”

The little ‘social justice warrior’ says that she shaved her head to truly dedicate herself to social justice.

I am started to feel like Inigo Montoya from Princess Bride. 


Watch out Brittany Spears, we got a Liberal SJW who thinks she is doing the world good by she shaving her hear.


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