killerisdad said: Does Walter White count as a bald character?

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Yes and no.

I’m talking about bald and healthy. Not things like cancer or old age, no male patter baldness, or haha, that old lady wears a really obvious wig.

I mean oh, that person has no hair for no reason whatsoever and we roll with it and move on.

This is much more accepted with guys, as short hair is already associated with masculinity, shaved heads associated with toughness (sort of, I guess).

As someone with alopecia, it’s pretty awesome to see a bald female, but it’s a little less amazing when I realize they’re sick, or an alien, or specifically meant to be bald as it happens to be symbolic. I get it, entertainment is all about them motifs. But it’d be p. cool if I could just have a person without hair (with alopecia) in my shows, and not actually have some glaring (hah, because shiny bald heads) attention focused on it. happythankyoumoreplease was really great about the alopecia because they really only mentioned it about once and it was just kind of a thing that also happened to be in the movie. However, they had her wearing this weird head turban thing, and for some part of it she also wore fake eyelashes. They also did a great job of making her look washed out, which further skews the concept of baldness being associated with sickness. I don’t look sick (except when I forget to do things like sleep or take care of myself) and I know plenty of people with alopecia who don’t look like that. (I will admit though, white people with Alopecia do tend to look more that way than others, simply because that’s the color of their skin, and taking away hair can lead to a great lack character to it… Also, white people aren’t known for having the best skin. Feel free to take that as racist and not as me commenting on the elasticity provided by melanin/collagen combination.)

Male pattern baldness has *nothing* to do with health, it’s the result of too much testosterone causing follicles to die, nbd. 

I know MPB isn’t unhealthy, but from a societal point of view, it is. And it also depends on what you classify as MPB, because some categorize just the process of slowly losing your hair as a result of old age coinciding with being a duded as MPB.

Calm down.

I’m not uncalm, I’m simply stating the facts that what you just said is bullshit, and what does that even mean hat society think’s it’s unhealthy? what? I’m not even going bald I don’t give a fuck son, chill.

People see baldness as unhealthy. If a man is losing his hair, he must be getting old or not taking care of himself or stressed. Obviously that’s not an inherent idea, but that ideology still exists. Why else would hair growth products even be pushed. 

Also, when I said calm down, I simply meant that the comment I made about MPB was completely beside the point of my post, but thank you for hijacking it. Nbd, brosef.

He shaved his head before his chemo took his hair.

A person with a shaved head is not the same thing as a person who cannot physically grow hair.

killerisdad said: Does Walter White count as a bald character?

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Yes and no.

I’m talking about bald and healthy. Not things like cancer or old age, no male patter baldness, or haha, that old lady wears a really obvious wig.

I mean oh, that person has no hair for no reason whatsoever and we roll with it and move on.

This is much more accepted with guys, as short hair is already associated with masculinity, shaved heads associated with toughness (sort of, I guess).

As someone with alopecia, it’s pretty awesome to see a bald female, but it’s a little less amazing when I realize they’re sick, or an alien, or specifically meant to be bald as it happens to be symbolic. I get it, entertainment is all about them motifs. But it’d be p. cool if I could just have a person without hair (with alopecia) in my shows, and not actually have some glaring (hah, because shiny bald heads) attention focused on it. happythankyoumoreplease was really great about the alopecia because they really only mentioned it about once and it was just kind of a thing that also happened to be in the movie. However, they had her wearing this weird head turban thing, and for some part of it she also wore fake eyelashes. They also did a great job of making her look washed out, which further skews the concept of baldness being associated with sickness. I don’t look sick (except when I forget to do things like sleep or take care of myself) and I know plenty of people with alopecia who don’t look like that. (I will admit though, white people with Alopecia do tend to look more that way than others, simply because that’s the color of their skin, and taking away hair can lead to a great lack character to it… Also, white people aren’t known for having the best skin. Feel free to take that as racist and not as me commenting on the elasticity provided by melanin/collagen combination.)

Male pattern baldness has *nothing* to do with health, it’s the result of too much testosterone causing follicles to die, nbd. 

I know MPB isn’t unhealthy, but from a societal point of view, it is. And it also depends on what you classify as MPB, because some categorize just the process of slowly losing your hair as a result of old age coinciding with being a duded as MPB.

Calm down.

I’m not uncalm, I’m simply stating the facts that what you just said is bullshit, and what does that even mean hat society think’s it’s unhealthy? what? I’m not even going bald I don’t give a fuck son, chill.

People see baldness as unhealthy. If a man is losing his hair, he must be getting old or not taking care of himself or stressed. Obviously that’s not an inherent idea, but that ideology still exists. Why else would hair growth products even be pushed. 

Also, when I said calm down, I simply meant that the comment I made about MPB was completely beside the point of my post, but thank you for hijacking it. Nbd, brosef.

killerisdad said: Does Walter White count as a bald character?

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Yes and no.

I’m talking about bald and healthy. Not things like cancer or old age, no male patter baldness, or haha, that old lady wears a really obvious wig.

I mean oh, that person has no hair for no reason whatsoever and we roll with it and move on.

This is much more accepted with guys, as short hair is already associated with masculinity, shaved heads associated with toughness (sort of, I guess).

As someone with alopecia, it’s pretty awesome to see a bald female, but it’s a little less amazing when I realize they’re sick, or an alien, or specifically meant to be bald as it happens to be symbolic. I get it, entertainment is all about them motifs. But it’d be p. cool if I could just have a person without hair (with alopecia) in my shows, and not actually have some glaring (hah, because shiny bald heads) attention focused on it. happythankyoumoreplease was really great about the alopecia because they really only mentioned it about once and it was just kind of a thing that also happened to be in the movie. However, they had her wearing this weird head turban thing, and for some part of it she also wore fake eyelashes. They also did a great job of making her look washed out, which further skews the concept of baldness being associated with sickness. I don’t look sick (except when I forget to do things like sleep or take care of myself) and I know plenty of people with alopecia who don’t look like that. (I will admit though, white people with Alopecia do tend to look more that way than others, simply because that’s the color of their skin, and taking away hair can lead to a great lack character to it… Also, white people aren’t known for having the best skin. Feel free to take that as racist and not as me commenting on the elasticity provided by melanin/collagen combination.)

Male pattern baldness has *nothing* to do with health, it’s the result of too much testosterone causing follicles to die, nbd. 

Also, would you mind citing that, because while I’m aware many things can cause baldness (low iron, Thyroid issues, traction alopecia, auto-immune, etc), the too much testosterone causing MPB (which is considered alopecia, as the term is a catchall for hair loss) is not something I’ve specifically heard of, and I am aware of how spikes in testosterone can cause sporadic hair growth.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Androgenic_alopecia

Okay, so basically you gleaned one of the several possible causes listed. And it actually states they have overall lower testosterone, but more of one type than normal.

killerisdad said: Does Walter White count as a bald character?

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Yes and no.

I’m talking about bald and healthy. Not things like cancer or old age, no male patter baldness, or haha, that old lady wears a really obvious wig.

I mean oh, that person has no hair for no reason whatsoever and we roll with it and move on.

This is much more accepted with guys, as short hair is already associated with masculinity, shaved heads associated with toughness (sort of, I guess).

As someone with alopecia, it’s pretty awesome to see a bald female, but it’s a little less amazing when I realize they’re sick, or an alien, or specifically meant to be bald as it happens to be symbolic. I get it, entertainment is all about them motifs. But it’d be p. cool if I could just have a person without hair (with alopecia) in my shows, and not actually have some glaring (hah, because shiny bald heads) attention focused on it. happythankyoumoreplease was really great about the alopecia because they really only mentioned it about once and it was just kind of a thing that also happened to be in the movie. However, they had her wearing this weird head turban thing, and for some part of it she also wore fake eyelashes. They also did a great job of making her look washed out, which further skews the concept of baldness being associated with sickness. I don’t look sick (except when I forget to do things like sleep or take care of myself) and I know plenty of people with alopecia who don’t look like that. (I will admit though, white people with Alopecia do tend to look more that way than others, simply because that’s the color of their skin, and taking away hair can lead to a great lack character to it… Also, white people aren’t known for having the best skin. Feel free to take that as racist and not as me commenting on the elasticity provided by melanin/collagen combination.)

Male pattern baldness has *nothing* to do with health, it’s the result of too much testosterone causing follicles to die, nbd. 

Also, would you mind citing that, because while I’m aware many things can cause baldness (low iron, Thyroid issues, traction alopecia, auto-immune, etc), the too much testosterone causing MPB (which is considered alopecia, as the term is a catchall for hair loss) is not something I’ve specifically heard of, and I am aware of how spikes in testosterone can cause sporadic hair growth.

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killerisdad said: Does Walter White count as a bald character?

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Yes and no.

I’m talking about bald and healthy. Not things like cancer or old age, no male patter baldness, or haha, that old lady wears a really obvious wig.

I mean oh, that person has no hair for no reason whatsoever and we roll with it and move on.

This is much more accepted with guys, as short hair is already associated with masculinity, shaved heads associated with toughness (sort of, I guess).

As someone with alopecia, it’s pretty awesome to see a bald female, but it’s a little less amazing when I realize they’re sick, or an alien, or specifically meant to be bald as it happens to be symbolic. I get it, entertainment is all about them motifs. But it’d be p. cool if I could just have a person without hair (with alopecia) in my shows, and not actually have some glaring (hah, because shiny bald heads) attention focused on it. happythankyoumoreplease was really great about the alopecia because they really only mentioned it about once and it was just kind of a thing that also happened to be in the movie. However, they had her wearing this weird head turban thing, and for some part of it she also wore fake eyelashes. They also did a great job of making her look washed out, which further skews the concept of baldness being associated with sickness. I don’t look sick (except when I forget to do things like sleep or take care of myself) and I know plenty of people with alopecia who don’t look like that. (I will admit though, white people with Alopecia do tend to look more that way than others, simply because that’s the color of their skin, and taking away hair can lead to a great lack character to it… Also, white people aren’t known for having the best skin. Feel free to take that as racist and not as me commenting on the elasticity provided by melanin/collagen combination.)

Male pattern baldness has *nothing* to do with health, it’s the result of too much testosterone causing follicles to die, nbd. 

I know MPB isn’t unhealthy, but from a societal point of view, it is. And it also depends on what you classify as MPB, because some categorize just the process of slowly losing your hair as a result of old age coinciding with being a duded as MPB.

Calm down.

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At first I thought “eeeeee she’s skinny” but then I realized she looks healthy and it just looked that way to me initially because she has a long torso. I mean, she is skinny, but not in a “i fear for her health” kind of way.

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Anonymous said: I hate the SJW mentality in the writing community. You can't describe skin colours by comparing them to inanimate objects but you can't just use the names of colours because it "portrays POC as lesser than whites", somehow. And it's only POC who are compared to inanimate objects, no one ever has milky or rosy skin. Though I suppose it's possible to compare people to animate objects. "His skin was dark as an angered bull."

"Your metaphors and similes are racist"

These people should read some white one white romance novels.

The way her porcelain skin shone in the moonlight, nearly opalescent against his equally pale, alabaster flesh… or something to that effect.

Seriously though. SJWs just sort of seep into things and then the mass hysteria spreads like a disease and gets caught in things it doesn’t need to be. 

Also, it could easily be more insulting to be compared to an animal. 

killerisdad said: Does Walter White count as a bald character?

Yes and no.

I’m talking about bald and healthy. Not things like cancer or old age, no male patter baldness, or haha, that old lady wears a really obvious wig.

I mean oh, that person has no hair for no reason whatsoever and we roll with it and move on.

This is much more accepted with guys, as short hair is already associated with masculinity, shaved heads associated with toughness (sort of, I guess).

As someone with alopecia, it’s pretty awesome to see a bald female, but it’s a little less amazing when I realize they’re sick, or an alien, or specifically meant to be bald as it happens to be symbolic. I get it, entertainment is all about them motifs. But it’d be p. cool if I could just have a person without hair (with alopecia) in my shows, and not actually have some glaring (hah, because shiny bald heads) attention focused on it. happythankyoumoreplease was really great about the alopecia because they really only mentioned it about once and it was just kind of a thing that also happened to be in the movie. However, they had her wearing this weird head turban thing, and for some part of it she also wore fake eyelashes. They also did a great job of making her look washed out, which further skews the concept of baldness being associated with sickness. I don’t look sick (except when I forget to do things like sleep or take care of myself) and I know plenty of people with alopecia who don’t look like that. (I will admit though, white people with Alopecia do tend to look more that way than others, simply because that’s the color of their skin, and taking away hair can lead to a great lack character to it… Also, white people aren’t known for having the best skin. Feel free to take that as racist and not as me commenting on the elasticity provided by melanin/collagen combination.)