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So if a woman is bald, is she less lilely to get dates? A bald woman can be slender, fit and attractive, too, as long as she doesn't comb it over. I guess some men like women with beards and sideburns, are you one of them?
If a woman has a bald patch, maybe she should just shave her entire scalp. lol I can see it now, a fit woman ( the most desirable) who shaves her head and has a well groomed beard...every mans I think you will find most women who are bald will wear a wig or a hat. There was Persis Khambatta as Lieutenant Ilia in the 1979 feature film Star Trek: The Motion Picture and Sinéad O'Connor had that look for awhile I thought it worked well for both of them. Ok as a man I admit that I am strongly visually stimulated and it is strong drive but it is not the only drive for me.
Yes I have had female friends lose thier hair while going through chemo and one of them looked quite attractive despite being sick. Bald seems to have become quite fashionable for women if you are looking at them upside down. I have seen some rather pretty women who had to endure chemotherapy go bald and yet they wore makeup, dressed nicely and it didn't seem to bother them at all that they did not cover their heads, kuddos to those who feel this way. Some one that is a kind person gets huge points and someone that is very smart gets really big points.
now her head's covered with a silvery blonde cap of hair that's quite becoming ... personally, I think she's more beautiful than ever before! I'm another who has experienced chemo-induced baldness. I've met men who believe I'm sexy with the bald head. Well one day the prof announces some very bad news.I grin whenever she's around or I see her picture ... congratulations to everyone out there who's survived cancer! (Chemo induced.) I actually got more attention then, lol! When I was bald, I felt it to be a very liberating experience. Our class was randomly selected to take the full cpa exam despite the fact we were only second year students.When I started back to work, my hair was short short short. There were no bad hair days, no blow drying, curling or fussing trying to get my hair just right and washing my scalp in the shower was a lickety-split procedure. You're right though, baldness on a woman makes some folks very uncomfortable. The funniest was my autistic kid, who is non-verbal. (Adding you to my prayer list.)I just had a real close brush with bald. It's growing back now, and is a bit curlier than what I lost, and it's going to take years to forever to get back to where it was. Our prof was a very cool guy and declared this was completely unfair and he was going to the Dean about getting it stopped.I did avail myself of a wig from the Wig Lending Bank at my local Canadian Cancer Society offices. Once again, I did select a wig from the Wig Lending Bank but I suspect that this wig will get about as much exposure as the last wig did - very minimal. I would go bald at home, but wear bandannas in public. I lost about three quarters of my hair from starvation. ) I didn't much like it, and don't, but had it gotten any worse, I would have just gone ahead and shaved it down. He could not do it as it was someone above the dean was forcing the issue, someone with accreditation.I think I wore that wig on three occasions; the rest of the time I went bald or had on my favourite chemo cap. In two weeks time, I will once again enter hospital and will be receiving chemo amongst other procedures. I have encountered people who are uncomfortable with women with bald heads. I am fighting the fight of my life for the second time in three and a half years and if they are uncomfortable with a chemo-induced bald-headed woman, they'd best hope they never have to experience cancer themselves. The ex played in a band, and wore a wild, curly wig... My autistic kiddo went and got his Dads costume wig and brought it to me!!! (I do have one recent pic up with it as it is.) And likely made some of the bows they make for bald baby girls (which I was). But also gotta say I'd be a bit leery of a guy who *wanted* a bald lady. He did strongly imply that we should cheat and bring notes and he would look the way as best he could.
Well my friend had a plan and said to show up early monday morning and all would be ok.