Dating bald men

At the very worst they might come home with a YOLO shaving across the back of their head, but then I would suggest you had more to worry about in your boyfriend than his choice of follicle topiary. They are great in bed #fact It is scientifically proven that bald men have higher levels of testosterone than those men with hair. They have great teeth OK, not all bald men have great teeth, but because they are hair-free you are more likely to notice their other assets. Preferable to a man who spray tans, waxes and hogs the bathroom for two hours every morning. Something you don’t have to worry about with a baldie – unless you’re dealing with pubes on the pillow, but that’s for another blog post. They will never look like Kenny G At least when you date a baldie you can rest easy knowing they are never going to surprise you with a set of highlights, a sweeping fringe or an ‘ironic’ mullet. I recoiled from the cost and the upkeep of a hairpiece. Hair plugs looked awful - one man I met looked as if he had been burned several times on the top of his head with a cigarette and each spot had sprouted a tuft of hair.Like a man told he has a terminal illness, I worked my way through denial, anger, negotiation, and depression.However, there is one bit of bad news – baldness decreases perceived physical attractiveness just a touch, but no matter.The increase in the other domains cancels that out. He’s on the short side of the height spectrum “Studies have shown baldness in men is seen as a non-threatening form of social dominance.I remained anguished about the prospect of being bald for the next 20 years as my hairline retreated and my hair steadily thinned. I felt pity for them, so I tried to disguise my own condition by keeping my own hair clean and fluffed with a blow dryer.

My heart started pounding with fear - with bald men on both sides of my mother's family as far as the eye could see, I was doomed to have a chrome dome.'Why He Disappeared' is exactly what I would have wanted to write if I were a man...Evan tells it to us straight - with humor, with passion, and in a way that will stick with you - that will actually make a huge difference for you.I felt as though someone had flipped a switch inside of me that turned off the shame I felt about losing my hair, and I never worried about it again. And how did I overcome the shame, embarrassment, and dread that baldness once inspired in me?And even more importantly, how can other men achieve the same blissful indifference to their own hair loss?