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    Confidence and Charisma go a long way bozo's. If you got that Rick Moranis Aura and you are also bald, then I agree dating/women aint gonna be that easy. So if you are goin bald, start workin out and go chop down a ****in tree or something and build a cabin, women love that shit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by khan View Post
    Thanks for taking the time to write here, its nice of you to express your opinions on this matter.

    What you're saying is probably true. But the point you are missing here is that hairloss can cripple a person's self esteem. Its not so much about getting women, but more importantly its about feeling unattractive. To be honest I don't really care about what people think, but looking in the mirror hurts so much.

    I also think we are comparing two different things. Its like when your close friend is like "you're great marriage material", its very annoying to hear when you are twenty something. I am not saying we all want to be total badass, but its nice feel attractive, not in a he's a great guy to settle down with, kind of a way. And the worst is looking older with less hair on your head.


    yeah it sucks. Higlander is right, but takes it to such extremes that it's so funny. It provides actual relief to me. but ya layla is nice for posting, however highlander is right (on two or three things.. minus racism, sexism, etc.)

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    Highlander is right - I actually totally agree with his views on "women in the west".

    Those people that disagree that the west has been formed into a feminist super-structure are utterly lost. I cant watch TV anymore without being bombarded with advertisements that mock and demonize men. According to the mainstream media men are ugly, fat, BALD, incompetent, stupid, unhygeinic, worthless, cowardly etc etc the list goes on.

    The whole idea has always been to propel women above men, both in the workplace and at home, at work you will eventually (unwittingly most likely) be the victim of feminist discrimination, the very fact that 95% of workplace related deaths are male deaths does nothing but highlight this.

    The fact that most charities are aimed at women, bothers nobody, because for some reason, we feel women should always be the privileged ones and the only gender to have the right to speak out against oppression. You're a 30 year old male Arabic prisoner of war who is being tortured for a crime you didnt commit? Forget that, we would rather report on the horrors of women consensually walking around with their heads covered in Islamic clothing.

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    as a comfortable-with-sexuality guy I can also say that the older Jude Law is also better looking. I agree with ya Layla he looks almost feminine in the first pic. He looks like a man in the second.

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    That was my point too, I just don't think I explain myself well enough. That something you may hate about yourself can be something that others find attractive. May not always be the case, but I for one certainly find balding attractive. Genuinely. I'm sure you'll all scoff at that, but I have zero reason to lie about it. I think it's an attractive masculine trait. Just because it's not the norm of what the opposite sex should find attractive, doesn't mean that nobody does. Or that it makes it a weird fetish like was suggested previously. The only way I can kind of, sort of, switch it around and compare it is how some men (not all, I know) like skinny women with a boyish figure, some like them really big, some like very small breasts. May not be the hour glass majority men like (or that we're biologically inclined to be searching for in a mate), but there are some that are really into it. I don't equate a receding hairline with being unattractive! It can be quite sexy, especially if he shaves the rest down close. As far as feeling badass, personally I think a BICed head can be really attention grabbing! It takes a confident man to do that regardless of hairline, that's for sure. Like I said before it's just me talking, but it can give an example how women's interests vary.


    Highlander, this was the only thing I could come up with in response:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bobp5OHVsWY

    Maybe he had a couple points, but he lost all validity with the hate he spews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Layla View Post
    Just because it's not the norm of what the opposite sex should find attractive, doesn't mean that nobody does. Or that it makes it a weird fetish like was suggested previously. The only way I can kind of, sort of, switch it around and compare it is how some men (not all, I know) like skinny women with a boyish figure, some like them really big, some like very small breasts. May not be the hour glass majority men like (or that we're biologically inclined to be searching for in a mate), but there are some that are really into it.
    I agree heavily with this point. We all have different tastes. I personally find muscular women attractive. Most guys laugh at me when I say this and call them unattractive. I'm not talking about bodybuilders but the women I find more attractive are the fitness competitors who are still very muscular like this:


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    I wish more females understood that lifting weights is what actually gives them the "toned" look they all seem to want. Losing weight without lifting weights just makes you thin. Thin is not toned. Doing 100 crunches isn't going to make you toned. Lifting weights makes you toned.

    and on the subject of objectifying hot toned women with muscle, I'll add:

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    Yes, I agree, skinny fat is not attractive. Sorry, I didn't mean to objectify these women. I just tried showing a picture of the physique I found attractive. Jamie Eason is beautiful btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Layla View Post
    That was my point too, I just don't think I explain myself well enough. That something you may hate about yourself can be something that others find attractive. May not always be the case, but I for one certainly find balding attractive. Genuinely. I'm sure you'll all scoff at that, but I have zero reason to lie about it. I think it's an attractive masculine trait. Just because it's not the norm of what the opposite sex should find attractive, doesn't mean that nobody does. Or that it makes it a weird fetish like was suggested previously. The only way I can kind of, sort of, switch it around and compare it is how some men (not all, I know) like skinny women with a boyish figure, some like them really big, some like very small breasts. May not be the hour glass majority men like (or that we're biologically inclined to be searching for in a mate), but there are some that are really into it. I don't equate a receding hairline with being unattractive! It can be quite sexy, especially if he shaves the rest down close. As far as feeling badass, personally I think a BICed head can be really attention grabbing! It takes a confident man to do that regardless of hairline, that's for sure. Like I said before it's just me talking, but it can give an example how women's interests vary.


    Highlander, this was the only thing I could come up with in response:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bobp5OHVsWY

    Maybe he had a couple points, but he lost all validity with the hate he spews.
    That response - is that actually you? A ghetto trash whore?

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    I think it's unfair to paint an entire age group with one brush. I've certainly never come home on a train throwing up everywhere. Not all young women act like trash. Not all expect hand outs because they're a minority.

    "According to the mainstream media men are ugly, fat, BALD, incompetent, stupid, unhygeinic, worthless, cowardly etc etc the list goes on." I'm not being facetious but I actually don't really see that? The most I see what you're talking about are like Rogaine or Viagra commercials. Am I totally off point?

    I agree that someone as trivial as Hijab gets everyone up in arms, but a lot of womens issues are made a bigger deal by people with agendas. Take that whole birth control nonsense in the US recently.

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