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Calling all women over 50!
Would you date a bald or a balding man? I'm not talking about when the love of your life starts losing his hair and is eventually bald; I want to know if you would start a relationship with a man after seeing in his profile picture that he is losing most of his hair?

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Of course! I assume we're not talking about a tangerine comb-over or something odd, like that. I actually attracted to people who are aging naturally -- at our age that includes balding or at the very least gray hair. Authenticity in all things is important.

Are you talking about the tangerine tinted baboon??????

@ShuMei2018 Ha came across it yesterday (wish I could take credit for it. I just call him the idiot in charge) and I kinda liked it too! smile002.gif


I agree with the other comments. Nothing wrong with aging. We are all doing it.

Vickylyn Level 6 May 30, 2018

why not ?

So happens my first husband was bald at 21. One needn't be old, it's all about heredity.

evergreen Level 8 May 30, 2018

I want a man with a natural hair line. In other words, no comb-overs or toupees....and no dying gray hair. Bald is just fine or if you're going bald, just go ahead and shave it all off if you would like.


Bald heads just need to be kept nicely. just like any other type of hairline. bald is very sexy if the guy will just embrace his head.

cheepsie Level 4 May 30, 2018

Unm yes.

Iamkratom Level 6 May 30, 2018

My first husband (when I was 26), was completely bald. Personally, I like men with either long hair or bald. I hate the in between look.

kiramea Level 7 May 30, 2018

I am a natural type of gal. I don't color my hair and keep it short cuz it's uncontrollably curly. I rarely wear makeup though I do get my nails done. I like to do what I like to do, and I extend that option to everyone around me. So you're loosing your hair. My questions are: How is your mind? How is your heart? How is your health? How do you treat others? Shall I go on? Those are much more critical to me than the amount of hair you have, or your height, or the car you drive or don't drive. So yes, I'd consider starting a relationship with a balding or bald dude who lives in my general area, unless you voted for Don the Con and have no regrets on that score then that is a big old NO.

I second that emotion!


Doesn’t matter to me... it’s all about the personality and if we would get along well.

LorraineF Level 4 May 30, 2018

Bald is fine. Comb overs not so much. But the real determining factors are his personality, how he treats people and animals, and his integrity.

PeggyH Level 4 May 30, 2018

Yes—and like others, no comb-overs. Or mullets.

BlueWave Level 8 May 30, 2018

There is a lot more to think about that where your hairline ends. If a man is honorable, intelligent, kind, Has integrity, it doesn't matter. Just no combovers. They look so desperate. Also, no Trump hair. It just looks goofy.


Good answers ladies. ☺

Sticks48 Level 9 May 30, 2018

Of course. I've been dating a guy who is cometely bald going on 6 years. I've never known him to have hair.


I am not 50, but when I was in my 20s I dated a bald guy (he was completely bald at 25) - familial early hair loss. Sex was great smile001.gif lol

Blizzard Level 7 May 30, 2018

Have and would again. I don't see the problem.


I think we all find certain things attractive; I suppose who was attached to said bald/balding head would be the bigger issue.

AzVixen52 Level 7 May 31, 2018

I would! It seems like the older I get, I find myself attracted to more and more bald or balding men. But, no comb overs! I also dislike when they are almost completely bald but, insist on putting a teeny tiny pony tail in the back with barely any hair in it. I just want to scream, "stop denying your hair loss and cut it off already!". LOL If I could get away with it, I'd shave my hair off. My mornings would be so much easier. ?

Aushra Level 6 May 31, 2018

That last part. I used to always say that. Then I started going bald (apparently women do this). So I DID IT! I haven't looked back! Mornings ARE much easier. And once you get used to the idea that everybody who sees you in public thinks you're a dyke or cancer survivor, and who gives a fuck what they think, it's not that big a deal.

Comb Woody and Bill in!


I am only 47 but that is close enough. smile009.gif
Yes I would. Hair is just hair. It does not define who a person is.

Shelly_Y Level 5 May 31, 2018

Considering I'm going bald, I'd be awfully hypocritical to say no. So men: would you date a balding 46 year old woman? Who said fuck it and shaved her head?

Jenmcjen Level 6 May 31, 2018

Hmph @kenriley. A like is not a yes.

@Jenmcjen I just LMAO, You know girl or woman with a shaved head is really sexy. So ok I'll say yes.

@kenriley THANK you!


It was fun reading the comments, I don't have any hair on top and just a little around the sides, But I've never really had any problems dating. So I guess either I was lucky or it's not that big of a deal.

kenriley Level 8 May 31, 2018

You are adorable! Anybody'd be lucky to date ya.

Or you are confident within yourself and your hair just doesn't matter.

@tryingcake I'm good with it. LOL It saves me on hair cuts.


Sure why not? I prefer them long hair...but hair, or lack thereof...had nothing to do with their character.


Of course. It's more about how you carry yourself than what you're carrying.

MollyBell Level 7 May 31, 2018

I would if he were completly bald, not one who is trying to hold on to the hair he has left. A shaved head is so sexy!


Absolutely. I don't consider hair, or the absence of it, when determining compatibility.

Cricket9 Level 5 May 31, 2018
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