Does that verse imply that it’s sinful for guys to have long hair, or for girls to have short hair? If not, then what’s the true and accurate interpretation of that verse?
One of the reasons why it may be wrong for a guy to have long hair, or for a girl to have short hair, is because long hair may look feminine, or because short hair may look masculine. The Bible says that men shouldn’t dress to look like women, and women shouldn’t dress to look like men. Verses in Deuteronomy condemn cross dressing. God wants men looking like men, and women looking like women.
However, in my opinion (and it depends on the person), long hair on a man doesn’t necessarily look feminine, and short hair on women doesn’t necessarily look masculine. So why is it sinful for men to have long hair, or for women to have short hair? If it isn’t sinful, than what’s the proper interpretation of that verse in Corinthians?