Science may be responsible for a lot of good things, such as panaceas for terminal illness and experimentations in space, but at this precise moment, it is guilty of inflating the ego of bald humen across the world.
According to Business Insider , a 2012 analyse undertaken by the University of Pennsylvania found that bald humen are often to be considered as more successful and dominant than humankinds with a full head of mane. No doubt these results were influenced by the influx of hairless humen in Hollywood convincingly playing indestructible muscle men. From Dwayne’ The Rock’ Johnson, the epitome of power, to Jason Statham and Vin Diesel, the car-crazed duo who are often mistaken for one another, to the gun-toting Bruce Willis- bald boys actually do kick ass and look good while doing it. The study, which compiled information from 59 subjects, showed the participants photos of multiple humankinds. The first photo presented a humankind with mane, while the second demonstrated the same humankind completely bald. Most of those who participated found “the mens” with no hair most attractive. Before you proudly flaunt the results of this study to your hairy pals, it’s probably pertinent to mention that American scientist Albert E. Mannes, who carried out such studies, is bald himself. Whilst we are sure this didn’t have any effect on the study’s judgment, it is certainly a fact too important to ignore. Nonetheless, this isn’t the first time that science has come forward to promote bald humen …
Psychologist, Ronald Henss fo the University of Saarland in Germany conducted a similar investigate to establish how “the worlds” perceives bald boys. After analyzing 20,000 participants, Henss learned that humen sans hair are often thought to be older, wiser and more intelligent. Inspired by these studies, bald boys across the world with no affiliation to science have come out to explain their own rulings on how others view them. For example, tech entrepreneur Seth Godin told the Wall Street Journal that he believes men are held more dominant without mane because it indications at an active lifestyle. “I’m not went on to say that shaving your psyche makes you successful, but it starts the conversation that you’ve done something active, ” he said. He could have a point, specially when you consider the functions of the buzzcut. The hairstyle, which features haircut shaved extremely close to the scalp, is consistent with masculine humen due to the military’s insistence that all servicemen must sport the seem. Not simply is it popular with serving soldiers, but sports starrings too, who prefer a low-maintenance style that allows them to fully engage in their profession- from boxers to basketball players and football stars. Thus, extremely short hairstyles verging on bald have become synonymous with masculine humankinds. So it is no surprise that bald humen take that one step further. While that may have helped with producing an image of strength and power for bald men, it is characters such the omniscient Professor X and the cunning Lord Voldemort that have helped produce the notion that bold humankinds are intelligent.
In reality, there are a host of Hollywood movies that portray the bald guy as the intelligent immorality villain, who can only be overthrown with strength and power- such as Iron Man , Ant-Man , Flash Gordon , Austin Powers , Superman , James Bond ( Blofeld)- the list can go on and on. So there you have it. If you’re bald, or balding, there is no need to hopelessnes for you’re superior to everyone else- science says so!