Girls: Would you reject a bald guy or a balding guy?

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18 Oct 2013, 1:09 pm

:wink:

Honest answers please.



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18 Oct 2013, 1:12 pm

IDK what that winky-face is for, but now I'm reluctant to answer... 8O


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18 Oct 2013, 1:24 pm

Patrick Stewart would also like to know the answer to this question.

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18 Oct 2013, 1:28 pm

No. Why do you ask? And why the winky face?



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18 Oct 2013, 1:29 pm

As long as no comb-over or desperate attempts to appear not bald or balding. Shaved is good.



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18 Oct 2013, 1:30 pm

Balding, maybe. Bald...no.

I think Uprising is starting to bald, from what I've read him post.



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18 Oct 2013, 1:39 pm

I think some men can pull it off,depends on the shape of your head.
Some bald men ,like Patrick Stewart are very attractive.Supposedly it means a higher rate of tetesterone.
I wouldn't turn down a bald man.
Yul Brynner pulled it off.
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18 Oct 2013, 1:53 pm

Personally, I don't really care about stuff like that. And, I know a few women who have a thing for bald/balding men and actually view it as a sign of virility, since men who lose their hair tend to have higher levels of testosterone and, in theory, would also tend to have higher sex drives. (As my friend says, "It's like they have so much testosterone, it just burns the hair right off their heads!" :))

So, I wouldn't worry about it too much, OP. Everyone has something they are self-conscious about. I recall seeing your picture a while ago and thinking you were good-looking. You kind of reminded me of a younger techstepgenr8tion, actually.



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18 Oct 2013, 1:56 pm

Bald people are discriminated against in the real world.

Maybe people here say they don't have preferences but NTs do discriminate against this.



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18 Oct 2013, 2:02 pm

lost561 wrote:
Bald people are discriminated against in the real world.

Maybe people here say they don't have preferences but NTs do discriminate against this.


They definitely get a bit of stick in an office. I dunno, most of the baldies I know are taken. I think it's the whole masculinity image that comes with it (providing you aren't baby faced).



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18 Oct 2013, 2:21 pm

Bald is fine by me. I have previously liked bald guys.



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18 Oct 2013, 2:29 pm

Why do you think on the radio & on TV there are always commercials trying to sell products that claim to fix baldness & grow people's hair back?



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18 Oct 2013, 2:29 pm

Abso-fucking-posi-lutely no.

My husband takes propecia and every chance I get beg him to stop taking it because I'm worried it's messing up his thyroid which is off. It's really sad, he's got a serious hang-up about becoming bald, and let me tell you, it doesn't come from me caring about him having hair.

edit: Of course I'd reject a bald guy, but not because he was bald. :-p


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18 Oct 2013, 2:35 pm

JanuaryMan wrote:
lost561 wrote:
Bald people are discriminated against in the real world.

Maybe people here say they don't have preferences but NTs do discriminate against this.


They definitely get a bit of stick in an office. I dunno, most of the baldies I know are taken. I think it's the whole masculinity image that comes with it (providing you aren't baby faced).

I think it all depends on your head shape, some people tend to look like fetuses or cancer patients when they are bald and that's not a good look.

Maybe going for an occasional tan every few months might be good when you're bald.

And yes, like smudge said, I am balding atm, it runs in the family deeply.



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18 Oct 2013, 2:41 pm

No, I would not