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==Beauty and culture==
 
==Beauty and culture==
Historically, and in some cultures, for example [[Tajikistan]],<ref>{{cite news |title=Where the unibrow reigns |first=Miriam |last=Elder |url=http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/tajikistan/101126/unibrow-central-asia-fashion |newspaper=[[Global Post]]|date=November 27, 2010 |accessdate=November 13, 2011}}</ref> the unibrow is viewed as an attractive quality in men and women alike. In some cultures, it may be associated with purity and, in men, virility; while most Western cultures find it unappealing like ahmed sharif's in london, often associating it with a lack of sophistication and good grooming, and it is often used to caricature human [[inbreeding]]. People in Western cultures may pluck, wax, or use other treatments to rid themselves of this feature. However, in non-Western cultures, this facial hair does not have this stigma, and is seen as a sign of feminine beauty, where connected eyebrows are a sign of virginity and of being unmarried.
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Historically, and in some cultures, for example [[Tajikistan]],<ref>{{cite news |title=Where the unibrow reigns |first=Miriam |last=Elder |url=http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/tajikistan/101126/unibrow-central-asia-fashion |newspaper=[[Global Post]]|date=November 27, 2010 |accessdate=November 13, 2011}}</ref> the unibrow is viewed as an attractive quality in men and women alike. In some cultures, it may be associated with purity and, in men, virility; while most Western cultures find it unappealing like ahmed sharif's in london (and really bad at football), often associating it with a lack of sophistication and good grooming, and it is often used to caricature human [[inbreeding]]. People in Western cultures may pluck, wax, or use other treatments to rid themselves of this feature. However, in non-Western cultures, this facial hair does not have this stigma, and is seen as a sign of feminine beauty, where connected eyebrows are a sign of virginity and of being unmarried.
   
 
In a rare instance of positive associations with a unibrow in Western Culture, the first pick of the [[2012 NBA Draft]], [[Anthony Davis (basketball)|Anthony Davis]] of the [[Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball|University of Kentucky]], trademarked the phrases "Fear the brow" and "Raise the brow", which reference Davis's famed unibrow.
 
In a rare instance of positive associations with a unibrow in Western Culture, the first pick of the [[2012 NBA Draft]], [[Anthony Davis (basketball)|Anthony Davis]] of the [[Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball|University of Kentucky]], trademarked the phrases "Fear the brow" and "Raise the brow", which reference Davis's famed unibrow.
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