To me, bald is sexy. I’m married to a six-foot two-inch tall bald manly man who loves to hunt and fish. So, there is a possibility that I am a bit biased. I must admit that I have always had a thing for those who were follically challenged. I can remember watching movies as a teen and being attracted to the bald father figure, instead of the teenage heartthrob. I don’t know what it is about bald guys, but I just dig them.

I can’t be the only gal out there who loves these shiny headed beaus, because I know more than a handful of men who can grow a full head of hair, but choose to be bald. Why would they do this if bald wasn’t sexy? They wouldn’t. Therefore, I must conclude that bald is sexy. This is why I am confused at why people would want a cure for baldness.

If you are one of those rare people who longs to have hair in places again, then there could be good news for you right around the corner. It seems that a new method using a person’s own skin cells could be more successful than existing methods. The methods currently used to help slow down hair loss and transplantation of hair follicles, but the new method needs very few existing follicles to work.

I’m sure this is good news for some, however if there was to come a day when no more bald men roamed the Earth, I would sad. To me and other women like me out there, we prefer our men be a little more Mr. Clean and a little less Fabio.

Joy Larson is a mother of four boys, graduate of the University of Montana, animal lover and writer.