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November is Movember for many men.

In a number of countries, men grow mustaches to raise money and awareness for men's health issues.

Top ten most mustache-dense countries  View PDF
In a growing campaign to refer to November as “Movember”, men around the world are being encouraged to grow a mustache for 30 days to raise awareness and funds for prostate and testicular cancer. This warmer encourages discussion and scanning.
Intermediate
The Best Beard Show  View PDF
More than 250 men met in southwest Germany for the 10th annual world beard and mustache championships. The men were from 15 different countries. (Beards, competitions, Past Simple.)
Elementary

A Hairy Issue 2087: :A%20Hairy%20Issue  View PDF end: :tag
Here's a little marital tip: When financial experts say couples should compromise on absolutely everything, there are times when you just need to split hairs. For instance, just try to tell your spouse how much he or she should spend on getting their hair done. (vocabulary hunt, second conditional)
Upper-Intermediate
Brow Beating 280: :Brow%20Beating  View PDF end: :tag
British men are becoming increasingly interested in having their eyebrows professionally groomed, according to Debenhams department store which plans to hold men-only "guybrow" nights. Men, it said, now make up 40 percent of the visitors to its brow bars, double the proportion of a year ago. (Personal appearance, image, fashion, quantifiers: some and any)
Upper-Intermediate
Angry Head and Heart 1390: :Angry%20Head%20and%20Heart  View PDF end: :tag
Men prone to angry tantrums or sulky hostility are more likely to develop an irregular heart rhythm called atrial fibrillation, U.S. researchers reported. (Anger, emotions, scanning, checking information, scanning, matching words and meaning, checking information, summarizing, information exchange activity, survey, likely and unlikely.)
Intermediate