Dudes are saying it's feminine because mostly women are concerned with their looks to the point that they go to extreme measures to improve their appearance. They probably feel like a man should embrace his true image and not suppress what's naturally occurring to his body.
This is America tho, and most people are concerned about their image, especially celebrities because lots of times, their image dictates their opportunities.
Someone brought up an excellent point on fb regarding women getting body enhancements: is it truly self esteem that's being improved if you're altering your TRUE self? Meaning, if you add something fake, it's not your true self that you're embracing, just a perceived image.
Lebron is clearly insecure about it. The triple headband proved that. It probably kills him that the a portion of the Internet is dedicated to flaming sons line. He seems like the sensitive type. Same with Dwight. I guarantee he wouldn't chop it off if he showed signs of baldness.
Those comb overs look so damn ridiculous tho. Dudes finesse like 11 strands of hair over the top as if it does anything.
I'm fortunate enough to have virtually no hair loss at 32,with a good grade of hair plus facial hair that grows a bit more than I can manage. If I were to see signs of baldness, I'm not really sure how I'd take it. I can understand why cats get the toupee, baldness makes you feel as if you're losing your "college swag". I swear I can pull bad chicks from 18 to 40 with absolutely no issue. If I start losing my hair, I'd feel like even more of a creep chopping it up with a college freshman.
That's another thing, he may want to retain his youth for as long as possible since his girl is so young. [she looks just like the current Bruce in that pic a few posts up).
I did not intend on this post to be this long.
Edited by sooperhooper - 10/2/15 at 7:24pm