Coming from a man who's had so much experience helping women in real life, who has so many success stories in his track record and has a distinctly masculine point of view is just so incredibly valuable.
I’m sure the recent news that scientists believe they have discovered a cure for baldness was met with jubilation by plenty of men. No 21-year-old wants the hair-line of an OAP, and whilst a grade 1 all over had its place in society c.1992 when Reebok classics where the footwear du jour and Burberry baseball caps were considered an acceptable accessory, having to disguise your bald patch, regardless of whether it’s fashionable or not, could be tiresome. Unlike your hairier variety of man, who can look deceptively different in the morning depending at what angle he’s slept. They save the world Jason Statham, Bruce Willis, Billy Zane… Bald men can ooze manliness and sex appeal and it’s no coincidence that the majority of Hollywood action heroes are follically challenged.
I felt as though someone had flipped a switch inside of me that turned off the shame I felt about losing my hair, and I never worried about it again. And how did I overcome the shame, embarrassment, and dread that baldness once inspired in me?
However, there is one bit of bad news – baldness decreases perceived physical attractiveness just a touch, but no matter.
The increase in the other domains cancels that out. He’s on the short side of the height spectrum “Studies have shown baldness in men is seen as a non-threatening form of social dominance.
We women have been sold the lie for so long that we have no power in relationships - and Evan turns that lie around and gives you your power back.
He not only gives you your power back, he shows you exactly how to use it - and what's even MORE important, how NOT to use it.
Sitting in high school biology, listening to the teacher drone on about genetics, I snapped to attention when she used male pattern baldness as an example of a dominant trait.
My heart started pounding with fear - with bald men on both sides of my mother's family as far as the eye could see, I was doomed to have a chrome dome.
I remained anguished about the prospect of being bald for the next 20 years as my hairline retreated and my hair steadily thinned. I felt pity for them, so I tried to disguise my own condition by keeping my own hair clean and fluffed with a blow dryer.
That hardly qualified as a treatment for baldness, but no other options seemed viable.
I recoiled from the cost and the upkeep of a hairpiece. Hair plugs looked awful - one man I met looked as if he had been burned several times on the top of his head with a cigarette and each spot had sprouted a tuft of hair.
Like a man told he has a terminal illness, I worked my way through denial, anger, negotiation, and depression.
Finally, I reached resignation - I would join the ranks of bald men - but I was far from resigned to the prospect.