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Woman who do not mind

A group for woman and men - where the women do not mind if the man has any type of hair loss. I saw there was a group for men who do not mind and thought maybe there was room for one for women who do not mind.

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Comment by Michela1986 on February 18, 2015 at 10:19pm

what id like to know is where all the cute male AU are at in Australia :D lol

Comment by Michela1986 on November 15, 2014 at 3:04am
Men with no hair = sexy !!! :)
Comment by Cheryl, Co-founder on February 2, 2012 at 11:49am

I met my husband, who does not have alopecia, but chooses to shave his head, which is somewhat common among black men. But at the same time I have also liked the look of braid on men. I would have to say that I have found attractiveness in all different types of men and it was usually something that stood out to me about them, but I can't say that it was ever one thing consistently.

Comment by Rici* on February 1, 2012 at 6:31am

In my university there are two men, that do not have any hair and they show it and it'S no problem. And there are also some women who are wearing a wig. Here, short hair/ bald head for men is less problematic than for women, I guess. Becuase odays young men often shave. It somehow became part of the modern picture of a lot of young men: beiing male and bald doesn'T seem be be conflicting. For women insted it is still an important part of femaleness to have nice hair on the head.

I've been in a muslimic region on the eastern coast of Africe, few weeks ago. There a lot of women don't like their strong curls, so they try to iron it or use chemicals and if everything doesn'T work they cut it short and wear a wig. Also very short hair is very common at his place, even for woman, because it's much easyer to handle in this muslim cultural context.
They asked me weather I would be sick or if I have any "serious" problems. I don't. So they didn't even see any reason to define me as sick. I was absolutely healthy, with a hairstyle that is nearly usual.

I think this example shows pretty good how different cultures can define hairloss as sth. you feel bad with, or not.

Comment by LilyBell*Murphy'sLawLuvsMe on January 31, 2012 at 9:26pm

Rici I get what you are saying - I think you did fine expressing yourself especially given that English is not your native language. : ) Yes cultural differences do affect all of us. How is hairloss perceived in your culture - are men accepted if they have AA?

Comment by Rici* on January 31, 2012 at 8:54am

I'd pretty much like not to mind being bald.
Most people in my surrinding think I don't mind at all. But I do sometimes. At these points I become angy, because from my point of view the meaning of hair/ hairloss is closely linked to the culture you live in. It's a cultural construct weather hairloss is someting bad or not. It's relative and with our thoughts and behaviour we can even change it slowly, That's why I don't mind. But my social surrinding and me, we are living within these cultural conetxtes... so sometimes I do mind my hairloss... tricky...
I'm not sure weahter I could express what I wantet to say...

Comment by BTB (John) on January 27, 2012 at 1:57am

hair is important that's why I spent a lot of money on a hair transplant and I am very happy I did so. Do I care if my partner has AA of course I do because I see the stress it causes her on a daily basis, if there was cure would I spend money to get her well, damn straight I would. But does AA make me feel any different toward my partner I can say no it does not a Pat with no hair is way better then no Pat at all.

Comment by LilyBell*Murphy'sLawLuvsMe on January 12, 2012 at 11:45am

Norm I have no idea why this group is only three people - perhaps TG hit the nail on the head - women DO mind.

Comment by Norm on January 11, 2012 at 6:15pm

TG, that looks a little fishy to me.....

Comment by Norm on January 11, 2012 at 6:09pm

Well, there are wimmin who do, and wimmin who don't. And that's true for other things besides hair loss.... ;)

 

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