Would this deformity make you find them less attractive?

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11 Aug 2022, 6:53 am

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Looks are not important to me so I would still find her attractive. My 1st girlfriend asked me a bit of What If questions like "Would you still love me if I developed cancer & lost my hair" & the questions got a tad redundant & annoying but I still woulda loved her.



I was not aware that cancer made you lose your hair?
I don't think the cancer itself causes hair loss but the chemotherapy & radiation treatments sometimes causes it. My best friend in high-school had Leukemia when he was in elementary school before I knew him & he had very little hair on his head. In the case of my ex gf, I guess she was kinda insecure but she was only 15 at the time.


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11 Aug 2022, 7:01 am

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Looks are not important to me so I would still find her attractive. My 1st girlfriend asked me a bit of What If questions like "Would you still love me if I developed cancer & lost my hair" & the questions got a tad redundant & annoying but I still woulda loved her.



I was not aware that cancer made you lose your hair?
I don't think the cancer itself causes hair loss but the chemotherapy & radiation treatments sometimes causes it. My best friend in high-school had Leukemia when he was in elementary school before I knew him & he had very little hair on his head. In the case of my ex gf, I guess she was kinda insecure but she was only 15 at the time.




Does hair grow back when chemotherapy is finished?



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11 Aug 2022, 7:05 am

It usually does.

A bald cancer survivor is beautiful, by the way.



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13 Aug 2022, 9:57 am

No.

If they were truly my crush I'd just find it to be some new unique quirk about them that I liked because it was them.


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13 Aug 2022, 10:11 pm

Most women have (at least slightly) different-sized breasts. Is that a deformity?

If anything, I think it's a chance to play favorites between left and right.


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13 Aug 2022, 10:14 pm

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Most women have (at least slightly) different-sized breasts. Is that a deformity?

If anything, I think it's a chance to play favorites between left and right.


It’s not a deformity. It’s normal variation. People aren’t perfectly symmetrical.


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13 Aug 2022, 10:38 pm

Patrice O"Neill did this joke about 2 decades ago.

The OP actually fits into the exact target group....young men who are basically asking the most ridiculous question after a few beers - namely at what point would you decide not to sleep with a woman based on a physical abnormality.



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14 Aug 2022, 1:32 am

kraftiekortie wrote:
It usually does.

A bald cancer survivor is beautiful, by the way.


My mother lost her hair from radiation on her head, two years ago.
Hair lost to radiation treatment doesn't usually grow back.



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14 Aug 2022, 6:31 am

I’ve seen many cases where it does grow back.

And I’ve read where it usually grows back—but it might grow back thinner. It depends on the dose of radiation.

https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/tre ... /hair-loss



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14 Aug 2022, 6:40 am

I think that bald people are cute. They look like Om Nom to me. :mrgreen:


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14 Aug 2022, 10:24 am

Jamesy wrote:
Say if you found someone attractive based more on there looks and not so much there personality. Well say that person you fancied got into an accident and had there nose broken/crooked would you find your crush significantly less appealing/fanciable?


a crooked nose teeth no problem, but what if your gf suprised you some day with really bad and huge fake tits?