Firstly, No, it is indeed a king but you are of course entitled to disagree. More test as a man = good. As long as it's not *too* high, ie, unnaturally high. but you want it above whatever the doctors consider 'normal'. as their 'normal' is way too low.
Secondly, your personal evaluation of hair still comes from a superficial place apparently. "of course it will lead to further success" really? you're sure? Can find plenty of examples of absolute losers who have perfect hair. It helps, but won't necessarily lead to further success guaranteed. It's actually not as important as you want to believe it is.
Thirdly, this is a public forum. the title of this thread is almost click bait. It reads " I castrated myself to halt baldness", I'm entitled to weigh in and tell him I think there were less serious options available. I did wish him well saying I hope he doesn't regret it. I have since learned he is possibly trans so that changes things. and again makes the title of this thread extremely misleading. Was the castration for the hair or the transition? the intent of the castration becomes skewed. Also just pointing out your obviously anti-male hormone stance. Of course, testosterone sucks for you guys if you want to be women or at least feel like one. but other than that, you shouldn't be spouting out how balls are useless without hair etc etc.
Finally, I was talking about his self-esteem cause he was the one who brought it up when replying to me and I personally relate to that as hair loss fucked with my own for quite a while.
EDIT. a point to note. You wouldn't be quick to write off testosterone if your life depended on it. If you have to defend yourself from an attacker, you would rather have a testosterone dominant body than an estrogenic one as a male.
It's not king; more testosterone as a man means more health implications, balding and acne. And, that can be used as a generalisation because most men will develop a sensitivity to the hormone. My personal valuation of hair is superficial in your opinion, but then again your opinion is superficial. Great hair helps in leading to further success. But, again, your opinion about hair not being important might be relevant to yourself but it's not to me.
I'm pretty sure he has gotten the hint that there are 'less serious options available' from the numerous amount of people commenting the same thing on other pages within this thread, and on other threads. Nonetheless, he's not transgender, it's quite self-explanatory in the title that he castrated himself to halt baldness.
I would be quick to write of testosterone if my life depended on it, because I would rather be dead than have such poison roaming throughout my body. If I had to defend myself from an attacker pre-estrogen, I wouldn't be able to do it anyway because of my body type.