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Charity’s trouble’s pale in comparison to *Brenda’s. The first time we meet Brenda is at a body image seminar at a hotel in Nairobi.Brenda, now 28, run’s a business and she is constantly worried that her hairy situation will cost her clients.ALSO READ: Girl code: The day I buried society’s book of rules “Men often want to get close and take my number until they spot the strands of hair on my chin,” she says, unsuccessfully trying to suppress a chuckle.During puberty, while her friends developed feminine features, Charity had hair strands growing on her chin. But to play along I had to laugh with them like it was funny.” Charity spent the rest of the day deeply self-conscious; talking to people with a hand over her chin.
The second man first noticed her beard when they hugged and one of Brenda’s chin hair pricked him. She thought she had found a man to whom she was attractive, body hair and all. After meeting an amazing woman at my own party and letting her slip through my fingers, I resolved to start dating and not stop until I had a girlfriend. Don’t set yourself unrealistic targets Weirdly, two weeks after signing up to Guardian Soulmates, I haven’t received a single reply. ’ And so, one week later, I find myself on a blind date.I decide not to do things by halves and set myself a target for contacting four women a day, every day. Never underestimate chemistry ‘You’ve spend how long internet dating? well OK, maybe our interests aren’t exactly the same. Her tongue unrolls from her mouth like a pink window blind and I pull away in a panic, realizing something very important.From attracting unwanted glances to being dumped by a suitor, it is a struggle and only the afflicted know the anguish it causes. She is a beautiful woman and indeed looks the part.In fact, on the streets of Nairobi, her hourglass figure forces men to twist and turn their necks to catch a glimpse.
“The first time I knew I had hair on my chin was in high school; when my desk mate pointed it out,” she says. That evening she went to the bathroom and pulled them out one-by-one. I thought by pulling them out I had permanently got rid of them,” she says. She says: “The first few months went fine mostly because I did everything possible to keep the hair off my chin. Sometimes my chin turned red just from waxing.” Their hearts grew fonder.