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    Default hiding hairloss is "sad"

    According to some dried up feminist cow who writes for the daily fail.

    It was mentioned because ed sheeran apparently brushes his hair forward to conceal his receding hairline. Her words were something like "sad as this is it can't be as ridiculous as Elton John".

    So there you have it. Men who are conscious about how they look and try to make the effort to battle something that they have no control over are sad people. Not like the millions of women who get botox, lip fillers, silicone tits and asses or a band to stop them shovelling McDonald's into their pipe every day. Oh no! They are sensitive people who should be respected and congratulated for battling their own flaws, yet men who want to keep their hair?Losers!

    Double standards or what!

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    Double standard indeed.

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    Today's feminism is a joke anyway. It's helpful to neither men or women. Just a hate movement really.

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    I have never noticed this on Ed Sheeren. This woman has no idea how terrible it is living with a condition that impacts on your self confidence ever single day.

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    The whole "you have to shave your head/emphasize your thinning hair" norm is one that is ultimately unjustifiable and is fairly recent as well. If you ever watch movies or tv shows from the 60's or 70's, you see lots of guys with thinning hair that still grow it out and style it. No one even explains why it's bad, they just assert that it's so, as if everyone who does it has the equivalent of the most severe imaginable combover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldozer View Post
    Double standard indeed.
    Snap, too many ignorant people around.

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