Guys: Would you reject a bald girl or a balding girl?

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The_Face_of_Boo
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21 Oct 2013, 7:20 am

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Honest answers please.



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21 Oct 2013, 7:42 am

My honest answer: you're very bored.

I wouldn't reject her on those grounds. I had a girlfriend who occasionally used to lose small patches of hair because of chronic fatigue syndrome. It bothered her, never me. I always thought she was completely gorgeous. If the lot had fallen out, so what, it still would have been her.



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21 Oct 2013, 8:36 am

Do you mean like Ilia:

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21 Oct 2013, 8:37 am

Mmmm ... the only woman I've ever seen that I thought looked good with a crewcut was Sinead O'Connor, but she shaved her head voluntarily so I'm not sure if she strictly counts.



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21 Oct 2013, 9:26 am

if she is attractive, the baldness wouldn't matter, if she isn't... well the curing the baldness isn't going to help me converting into thinking she is attractive :|



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21 Oct 2013, 10:03 am

Hooray for a bald-headed woman!

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21 Oct 2013, 12:18 pm

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Some pull it off insanely well.

I guess it's the same rule as for guys, headshape > all.



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21 Oct 2013, 12:26 pm

I think it has more to do about if they bother to maintain it than if they are going bald or are bald.
I think some women can pull off the look rather well.



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21 Oct 2013, 1:11 pm

Baldness is totally not my preference regarding to looks but still I would not consider it as a turn off. Bald girls can be cute as well.



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21 Oct 2013, 1:33 pm

octobertiger wrote:
My honest answer: you're very bored.

I wouldn't reject her on those grounds. I had a girlfriend who occasionally used to lose small patches of hair because of chronic fatigue syndrome. It bothered her, never me. I always thought she was completely gorgeous. If the lot had fallen out, so what, it still would have been her.


Totally totally off-topic but this strikes a serious nerve with me. CFS doesn't explain baldness. CFS is itself a disease with no proper explanation. Baldness, on the other hand, especially when not obviously some sort of normal genetic pattern baldness, has many, many causes, and should be a point of alarm and questioning, not acceptance, of a diagnosis that's worse than useless. It's worse than useless because it only serves to prevent further examination of the person's medical problems.
/end the had-to-basically-diagnose-my-own-celiac-disease-which-could-have-been-called-CFS rant


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21 Oct 2013, 1:49 pm

Mate, I dunno entirely, it was a fair few years ago. Doctors messed her around for years, accusing her of hyperchondria - it wasn't until she was older that the diagnosis was arrived at. She took tablets for her thyroid, I believe (and perhaps the hair loss was a reaction to it). The hair would grow back - it never was a great amount. She used to get incredibly tired - but very frustrated with herself, which drove her on. I didn't want to pry, she wanted to be seen as normal. She didn't eat a special diet. She used to get incredibly cold at times, which was always very worrying.

But she never lost a considerable amount of hair - my point was that I wouldn't have cared had she.



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21 Oct 2013, 2:08 pm

Boo is known around these parts for making spam or joke threads.


And to answer your question, no I would not date a bald or balding girl.



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21 Oct 2013, 2:11 pm

Codyrules37 wrote:
Boo is known around these parts for making spam or joke threads.


And to answer your question, no I would not date a bald or balding girl.


Why not?

What if you were already in a relationship with someone and she started to lose her hair?



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21 Oct 2013, 2:12 pm

Maybe because he doesn't find it attractive. :)



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21 Oct 2013, 2:13 pm

Because she'd turn him down :P