Discussion in 'Men's General Hair Loss Discussions' started by badhairline, Feb 1, 2020.
anyone experience this? im a 26 year old virgin.
NW2 is not bad at all. Im 30 and a virgin, try not to focus on it too much, if you find someone you find someone, try not to fixate on getting in to a relationship. Do you have any hobbies or interests?
I lost my virginity while I was 23 y.o. (NW4) You might find a girl who isn't very attractive but comfortable for you.
Now I'm single but it's because I prefer sitting home all day, reading books and don't do anything to find gf.
I have a lot of complexes because of the lack of self-realization... If you have self-loathing., life and relationships will be difficult for you as for me.
I am a 30-year-old virgin, too. I've always had it in my mind that I need to get a hair transplant first before I make any attempt to get a girlfriend.
I've made love to 16 new girls within 4 months of a hair transplant, and it hasn't even fully grown out yet.
Women love NW0/1.
NW2, while unfortunate at 26 years old, is not too late. It is imperative that you keep future plans regarding future hair loss in mind if/when you get into a relationship. It is advisable to settle down and start a family quickly.
Not a problem at all. I'm NW2-2,5 and I have no problems getting girls. It's in your head guys. If you are a bad Norwood 3 or worse it can get a bit difficult but if you blame a NW2 for being a virgin you wouldn't get pussy as a NW0 either.
Easy. 3 and diffuse gets tougher.
People here really have mind issues. You think that any girl notices nw2?
Nw2 isnt registered as balding in womens brains unless you're crown is thin or you're defusing badly.
Even nw3 isnt really registered as balding to the majority of people along as you have density.
Is say for most normies balding isnt really noticible until you're past nw3.
If you have a decent job and interests in life you will likely find somone. I'm a single dad, after the money I've spent on lawyers and daycare I'd suggest on making money and getting a nice escort couple times a year.
Yeah same, i have a lot of issues that need to be resolved before i can even think of getting in to a relationship. My hair is just one of the issues. Although realistically speaking there is little chance of me ever finding a girl tbh.
Norwood 2 is nothing. The only people who even notice it are people who are balding or think they are balding and spend time staring at peoples hairlines. Women don’t even see an Norwood 2 as balding, most men don’t either. A mature hairline literally is a Norwood 2. A Norwood 2 while not preferable in your 20s, isn’t abnormal or a death sentence of any kind with regards to dating.
That being said, to be a virgin at your age, despite not being born a NW2, leads me to believe there are other issues in play here. I can see how, from your perspective and position, an NW2 hairline might have killed what was left of your self confidence and why it, therefore, seems like the problem when, objectively, it probably isn’t even a factor.
If you think hair will solve your dating problems, you’re fooling yourself with a convenient straw man. You get that transplant, something else is going to take it’s place. I can’t say for sure, but a lot of times, this is the result of anxiety. The older you get, the longer you’re out of a relationship or the company of female friends, the more challenging it can seem to engage with them, particularly strangers.
That being said, it’s not unique to men at all; women feel the same anxiety, but it manifests differently. Women are raised to believe that men are supposed to make the first move and so they wait for that and often wonder why the man they’re interested in doesn’t do so. They think maybe they scared them away, that they are boring, that their clothes and makeup aren’t appealing, or their features or body are holding them back. The more they fail to attract the attention of those they want, the more apprehensive and insecure they get.
At the end of the day, women and men are the same in that we are all just people who want to connect with others like them. If you’re a man, you’re going to have to put yourself out there, as that’s just the way it works. If you don’t actively pursue women, you’re probably never going to find one. You have to be seen, you have to engage, and it’s going to suck, but you’ll get used to it in time and eventually it will feel natural.
Thing is, often the worry about hair loss is psychologically worst at a fairly early stage. It's easy to say to someone who's in their 20s that a Norwood 2 is nothing, but that can soon turn into a Norwood 3 and beyond in a short period. You just don't know how quickly your hair loss is going to progress until you've been balding for a considerable time. Often people who start noticing that they're going bald in their teens immediately fear they're going to be a NW7 within a few years, when the majority get no where near that. But I get it, having been there myself. The genuine fear of losing all your hair in the space of a couple of years is a frightening prospect, and it's not a totally irrational fear when you know it's happened to a tiny minority of people around your age.
There was one guy who used to work in the supermarket I did, and he is probably the most extreme case of male pattern baldness I know. I remember looking at his Facebook and seeing signs of him balding at about 15, but at 17 he was already a NW3, and at 19 he was left with peach fuzz. Pretty much a NW6 before 20 — he shaved his head around this time. Now he's about 28, I would imagine he's one of the few people in the world who is a Norwood 8. He's off the scale.
One way or another OP is lying. He has made many topics about being dumped by his ex where he had 'amazing sex with' and he has mentioned that he got an escort.
Somehow he still claims to be a virgin in this thread.
I miss my norwood 2 and all the pussy i was able to get. Norwood 3 slightly diffussed now - that's another story.
f*****g nw2 is a dream, diffused nw3 fucked up sh*t
it's not the Norwood 3 part that scares people away, it's the diffusing thinning (we end up looking diseased or something)
Do you have any pics of your current hair status?