beardism

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beardism

Irrational prejudice against the hirsute, specifically those who have facial hair.
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Led Zeppelin vocalist Robert Plant won the Award in 2007 and cricketer Monty Panesar in 2006 Keith Flett, of the Beard Liberation Front, said: "The votes were too close to call and so they have shared the title.
Beard Liberation Front organiser Keith Flett quipped: "A beard in the Cabinet is long overdue.
Byline: KEITH FLETT Founder of the Beard Liberation Front
The Beard Liberation Front, an "informal network of beard wearers", recommended trimming beards, covering them with a handkerchief to avoid exposure and keeping facial hair cool by "placing it in briefly in the freezer department of a fridge or dipping it in a pint of real ale".
In January, the Beard Liberation Front cannily attached itself to a new national hero when it named cricketer Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff as Beard of the Year.
But angry oil workers have slammed the move as a "major over- reaction" and have been backed by facial-hair activists of The Beard Liberation Front.
The Beard Liberation Front exists to expose beardism, whether at work, socially or in the media.
The award has been organised by the Beard Liberation Front, which tries to stop men with beards suffering discrimination.
The Beard Liberation Front says prejudice against beards - or beardism - is especially strong in Wales with fewer men opting for facial fur than anywhere else in the country.
The Welsh rugby star beat Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams for the accolade, run by the Beard Liberation Front.
But a shave for Dobson would be seen as a sell-out, especially as he's being groomed to be Beard 2000 later this month - the ultimate accolade from the Beard Liberation Front.
These two outstanding Welshmen tied for the award entitled Beard of the Year organised by The Beard Liberation Front since 1994.