I was standing in a moodily lit corner of the Student Union, casually running a hand through my mane in an attempt to look suave and vaguely bookish. I looked down at my hand and noticed that I was suddenly wearing a strange brown glove. Despite being under the influence of Snakebite how suave I was alert enough to recognize that the glove was made from hair. My hair.
Especially in such an open forum setting like this one. But if there is one thing that I feel passionate about, it has to do with my hair, or lack thereof. Back when I was only a junior in college and before I was legally allowed to drink beer, I came to the dark realization that I was balding. In fact, just the opposite: I struggled with this notion of losing my hair for years.
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Some might call hair loss a condition, which cause us men to suffer and needs to be treated. Do you realise now that this so-called infliction is quite banal? Embrace your baldness.
Do all men fear hair loss? Is this a genuine worry, or something that shampoo marketing has told us is the end of our manhood?
Thanks Will for the information. My front head hair has been falling out a lot from when I was a teen. I receded to Norwood 3, but mysteriously, the receding stopped there. The only explanation I can think of is that I gave up junk food and started eating more fresh fruit and veggies and started regular running and hiking.