If a guy is balding at 22 years old, is he doomed in the dating world? I've read somewhere in a study that confidence is the most important thing for a guy to have, but if he doesn't have good hair will that even matter?
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I thought we women were the insecure ones! I have read so many topics from guys concerned about their skin colour, height, weight, culture, and of course now, hair. Attractiveness can be what you make of yourself and how a woman sees you. Yes, some women make it quite clear they don't want to date a bald man, and there are some men who make it clear they just want a skinny woman with big boobs. But then you have the rest of us who see attractiveness in a different way that has nothing to do with that.
If a woman puts her order in for a good looking man with all the physical traits she's after, she would find she is limiting herself. Once she finds that the guy she wants, let's say he's tall, long dark hair, big blue eyes, swarthy skin, nice teeth, athletic body, warm voice, clean fingernails... and he rejects her, slowly she begins changing her order so that she becomes open to possibilities of seeing attractiveness with different traits. So she may meet a guy who has all she's looking for, but he's balding and therefore, shaves his head - but he still has the warm voice and nice body she's after. Will she turn him down?--probably not.
So many men of all different looks manage to get in to relationships, including hundreds of thousands balding men. I think the women who holler the loudest about wanting good hair and other features they deem as important are the ones who make guys like you feel insecure about it. We're not all like that, and women everywhere are willing to get together with an awesome guy with sex appeal with or without his hair. Look at The Rock, Bruce Willis, LL Cool J, Andre Agassiz, and so many others!9
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