In doing more intensive study on this subject(before Dr Griffin closed it down), I found that one of the Traits of an "effeminate" man was long hair.. To have long hair (Gr komaō) means to wear long hair like that of a woman. It cannot be said that he has in mind a specific kind of haircut. He is simply saying that it is shameful for a man to wear his hair in an effeminate way. Another factor has to do with culture. In Paul’s experience, he knew of no culture, whether Hebrew, Greek, or Roman, that did not consider long hair a disgrace to man. The only exception to this rule was the Nazarite (Num 6:5; and Ezek 44:20). Thus, to Paul it was significant that just naturally, worldwide cultures emerged with the same sense of propriety regarding long hair on men. The same principle holds true today.The vast majority of cultures regard effeminacy of hair and dress as distasteful and shameful to a man. But if a woman have long hair, it is a glory to her. The logic is obvious. In the natural order of things, it only seems appropriate to cover a woman’s head and here her ultimate covering is her hair. Anyway, just a few thoughts.