Since I was 18 my hair began thinning from a scalp condition. So at 19 I took a plunge and shaved it to the skin. I've tried being confident with it but I know looks do factor in for people I'm no different-and can't blame a girl for thinking the same. And I just really think that most girls this age wouldn't give thought to dating the bald guy, not saying they'd ignore him or be rude but just that, if a girls attractive and I like her, she can easily have plenty of guys WITH hair at this age so they'd do a whole 'I'm not a fan... But someone will be!' line to me, I'm sorry if that's sounding condescending but I'm tired of hearing it. I feel like for women below thirty this will really be a turnoff. So young women would you date a bald guy? (Keep in mind it's shaved not balding) could you even be attracted to one at this age? Honesty, even if it's negative is appreciated if it's respectful. Before you post really consider if one approached you at a party or on the street and was showing interest and what you'd truly say.
- A shaved bald head isn't a turnoff or deal breaker for me, I could date a bald guy40% (2)50% (2)44% (4)Vote
- It's a turnoff generally but I may be able to get past it60% (3)0% (0)33% (3)Vote
- Couldn't get past the no hair at this age sorry0% (0)25% (1)11% (1)Vote
- Sorry, but bald guys kinda repulse me0% (0)25% (1)12% (1)Vote
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Where is the "it is fucking hot" option?
Honestly, I might get some hate for this, but girls have no idea what they like or want a lot of the times. Tons of girls say they would never date a bald man, then drool over them. The way they think is "I don't want to be the type of girl who likes bald men" so they say they don't, but their loins say differently.
Even if they don't like bald men, you know what is less attractive than baldness? Insecurity. Just be confident in your shoes and whatever you hair, or lack-thereof, looks like will be considered hot. That is how female psyche works (in most cases)2
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