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  Why is the Female Moustache the Last Taboo? Monday 10 November 2003  
Frida Kahlo was happy to sport one, as was rock star Patti Smith. But many of us are still too embarrassed to admit we need to pluck and bleach to achieve a hairless upper lip. Writer Liz Hoggard, who thinks it's time we outed our five o clock shadows and novelist Annabel Giles join Sheila to discuss the etiquette of female facial hair.

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