I really don't know what it was supposed to mean. The word "beard" has a meaning of "one who is used to divert attention from someone else." It might be something like that.Originally Posted by wendy
I found this phrase, "Beard of Bare", beside a picture of one top-naked man, in a women magazine, and it seems strange for me. Shouldn't it be "Bare of Beard" Is it a style of writing article?
If he was a particularly handsome man, it could be a cheap pun on 'bard', which is associated with Shakespeare, hence used to denote the best.
Good name. Here, 'beard' is used for the marital partner of a gay person who doesn't want their sexuality to be known.