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posted by Ahab, 16.04.2016, 05:05
(edited by Ahab on 16.04.2016, 05:23)

The younger the man is, the less likely he is to lose his hair.

That's possible evidence for baldness to have been subject to the negative force of natural selection.

If so, the remember anything that threatens the passing of your genes to the next generation is about as serious as it gets.

I also suspect that men who inherit baldness from their mothers are more likely to lose their hair at a younger age, as when the gene or genes for early-onset baldness "hide" in a woman, those genes would be more likely to be passed down to the woman's children.

I don't think anyone's ever looked to see if inheriting baldness from the mother is more likely to result in early onset of hair loss, than when the gene or genes are inherited from the father.

Hair loss might well be a factor women have inherited a tendency to be repulsed by, because from the evolutionary standpoint, a good head of hair on a man would have been one of the signals of good health, and so indicate a man who is likely to produce healthy children and who will live to help provide for those children.

Compounding the negative results of mating with a bald man, would be that the woman's descendants would be more likely to be bald, and so more likely to fail at passing her genes down once more or at least fail to pass them down by mating with a high quality woman.

This might be why hitting the gym and developing a redoubtable physique would help to offset the impression baldness gives of bad health.

I also suspect that the younger the woman the more likely she will be repulsed by hair loss. Older women, being in less demand, are more likely to compromise when it comes to picking a mate (and in some cases, women will have already made babies with the hairy bad boy who won't marry them or who beats them, so they then find a nice bald man to marry to help her raise the other man's kids, in return for companionship and sex).

Sorry if that hurts, but the truth will set us free.

And if hair loss is as serious as I suspect, then only by society's being honest about that fact, will potential treatments be fast-tracked to market.

And meanwhile it would be more likely that a head covering or wig would be accepted.

After all, an eye patch or a glass eye is worn for cosmetic reasons, and no adult would ask the wearer "What do you think you're hiding" or "Who are you trying to fool?"




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