From one end of the futch scale to the other.
LILY TOMLIN: All lesbians have spent some period of time trying to look like Oscar Wilde. Lily is no exception, and neither am I.
TIG NOTARO: This is about the point where the people I love begin to subtly hint that I might need to take a trip to get my hair cut again. But, like, it looks so good on her.
RHEA BUTCHER: Rhea Butcher is ideal. Hers is the haircut I have for the first two weeks after I leave the barber. I have worn a dress to a restaurant and still been called “Sir” by the waiter because of my Rhea Butcher hair. When I have Rhea Butcher’s hair I love myself and the world loves me.
CAMERON ESPOSITO: I respect her and I’m glad she’s doing what makes her happy. But I think one time I had a nightmare where my hair looked like this.
KATE MCKINNON: Remember eighth grade, when a boy asked me out and I went home and cried and didn’t know why? And a few weeks later I saw a production of Romeo and Juliet where my really pretty friend played Juliet and I felt super weird around her for the next four months? And I checked a copy of a book called ‘Guys Read’ out of the library and kept it out for so long that I lost it and had to ask my dad for money to reimburse the school? My hair looked kind of like Kate McKinnon’s then. Well, it was long.