The week in pictures

At the other end of the gender identity spectrum, November marks the start of Movember, when men grow moustaches for charity.

However, Glasgow-based Drygate Brewing Co. invited bearded beer lovers to help change the face of men’s health, by shaving their own facial fur, on Thursday.

Drygate turned its on-site bar into a pop-up barbershop, where Movember supporters traded their whiskers for a pint of Bearface lager.

The barbershop was put together in collaboration with Legacy Gents, following the success of the brewery’s Barber Bash Glasgow competition in September.

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