Originally posted by Quadraphobe
What difference does it make? If your so weak as a person to base your self worth on whether or not you have a full head of hair, i pity you greatly
and their must be an underlying self esteem issue because any well rounded person doesnt give a hoot about something so irrelevant and trivial.
Now their may be medical reasons/circumstances in which it may be appropriate, such as the aforementioned alopecia - but as a purely cosmetic option?
What a sad state of affairs. I despair at times, i really do.
I blame the manipulative media, and so-called 'stars'.
What a world in which we live........
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Quadraphobe because: (no reason given)
I see what you mean, and yes it is a bit egoistic and vain.
But if you think about it, aren't you being a hypocrite?
Can you claim that you do not have any "vain" parts to your personality?
Why do you choose what you like to wear? why do you choose if you shave or not, or the type of haircut you have, what shoes you wear, if you trim your
nose hairs or not, why do people have avatars? etc etc
The answer is because most people have a preference to how they like to present themselves to others, because of vanity or social reasons. It's human
I wouldn't go as far to say that everyone bases their self worth on whether they have hair or not, but I think many balding people if they had the
choice, would probably prefer to keep their hair. It's just preference really.
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