The baldness will have no effect. I will have to think of something witty like that. I just wouldn't date a girl with no hair. I just don't understand why you phrased your question the way you did - to me, it seems as if you're wondering if you're still dateable. It probably bothers him a lot more and we often joke around about it to make it less of an issue.
I've dated girls who so called hated bald men. The above texts came when a constantly updating feed of marriage, her parents'. Besides, many women wear wigs. Just a bunch of stills of nude girls with no hair. It's always lovely to see people that have the maturity to take in other perspectives and use the parts that make sense to them personally, rather than trying or hoping to find an answer that matches 100% with their own view and then getting all defensive when that doesn't happen.
I learned about saying no to baldness, smokers, certain ethnic groups. I wouldn't be weirded out by it. I'm so afraid of rejection I remained a virgin until last year. Since then we have grown to a group of over 5,000 travel writers from all over the world, offering professional blogging and travel advice, advertising and partnerships, all while maintaining our sense of community. Makes no difference to me although I will not date someone who spends more time on his hair than I spend on mine! I totally agree with the posts above that men who shave their heads and carry themselves with panache could be exceptions.
Did you find that dating patterns changed? You are bald because of a disease and you can't control that but you can control how you deal with it. I prefer a man with hair on his head. My friend who gets more girls then anyone I know is going bald. That's the exact opposite of bald. A guy with a shaved head doesn't fit the totally all-out bald scenario, if he's fashionable at the same time.
There is also a girl at my coffee shop who has her hair sort of like Yul Brenner as Ramses. I'm really not that picky on looks. It was either that or he was so smart that his brain would over-heat if it were insulated by hair. Plus, the professionals working with the model have a fuckload of experience with useful exercises and methods, where you'd have to build these from scratch if you do it alone. I think the stress and anxiety around balding weighs far more heavily on your confidence than owning not having hair.
It's was a close race but in the end, I won. If you're confident about your baldness I think you can profit from it more than with other 'haircuts,' since most people are 'silently' scared of becoming bald themselves and are impressed if other people embrace that. Obviously just my, completely subjective, perspective. Doesn't matter what women say on this issue. I'm smart, have a bachelor's degree, good job, make good money, no criminal record or any red flags in my past.
I date more often, made more friends that I have in years and met one woman and hooked up with another while traveling this summer. I have contacted about 150 women and only about 8 have replied. I decided that I was going to get transplants when I was about 20, but wasn't able to afford it at the time. You might want to say it early in the relationship though. But ya gotta have the head for it and the coloring.
I mean, I see so many bald guys with hats on, trying to hide it, ashamed of it. Props on taking responsibility for your own happiness. People with handicaps tend to over emphasis the handicap. The I broke up with him rather than reveal the truth I am bald on top. No problem with unemployed but never met any.