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Bonus Beard Facts
Developing during puberty growth is linked to stimulation of hair follicles in the area by dihydrotestosterone, which continues to affect growth after puberty. Hair follicles from different areas vary in what hormones they are stimulated or inhibited by; dihydrotestosterone also promotes balding. Dihydrotestosterone is produced from testosterone, the levels of which vary with season; thus grow faster in summer.
Difficulties in measuring growth have led to controversies concerning the effects of hormonal activity on short-term pogonotrophy (i.e., the grooming of facial hair). For example, a physicist had to spend periods of several weeks on a remote island in comparative isolation. He noticed that his growth diminished, but the day before he was due to leave the island it increased again, to reach unusually high rates during the first day or two on the mainland. He studied the effect and concluded that the stimulus for increased growth was related to the resumption of sexual activity. However, at that time professional pogonologists reacted vigorously and almost dismissively.
Biologists characterize beards as secondary sexual characteristics because they are unique to one sex, yet do not play a direct role in reproduction. Charles Darwin first suggested possible evolutionary explanation of facial hair growth in his work The Descent of Man, which hypothesized that the process of sexual selection may have led to beards. Modern biologists have reaffirmed the role of sexual selection in the evolution, concluding that there is evidence that a preponderance of females find men with beards more attractive than men without beards.
Evolutionary psychology explanations for the existence of beards include signaling sexual maturity and signaling dominance by increasing perceived size of jaws, and clean-shaved faces are rated less dominant than bearded. Some scholars assert that it is not yet established whether the sexual selection leading to facial hair is rooted in attractiveness (inter-sexual selection) or dominance (intra-sexual selection). Facial Hair can be explained as an indicator of a male’s overall condition. Amount of facial hairiness appears to influence male attractiveness. Presence of a beard makes the owner vulnerable in fights, which is costly, so biologists have speculated that there must be other evolutionary benefits that outweigh that drawback. Excess testosterone evidenced by the facial hair growth may indicate mild immunosuppression, which may support spermatogenesis.