Re: 'Men get their hair cut,' and 'women have their hair cut'?
Originally Posted by emsr2d2
Absolutely not. There is no difference at all. We use "have" and "get" for either sex.
Intellectually I agree with ems. However, I have a sneaking suspicion that 'get' is a stronger, more masculine word than 'have'. I feel that men are more likely to get their hair cut, their cars repaired, their teeth fixed, etc, and that women are more likely to have these things done.
I offer no evidence for this; it's just a personal feeling.