Alopecia dating website

30 Sep

It really took something and I risked a lot of rejection and painful judgment but I felt the fear and did it regardless.I was honest and positive and as I said the words over and over again, I have alopecia, it felt surreal and foreign but I kept saying it until it was apart of me.

I started to tell myself I was doomed to be alone forever, who could seriously wake up beside a bald woman and think that I was a catch, I didn’t have hair, my femininity had left the building, poof, like that I was no longer soft, I was flawed, undesirable, looked harsh and bold.Eve, a beauty therapist from Bridgend in Wales, left those watching - and her date Jordan, also from Wales - shocked after she whipped off her wig to reveal her tattooed scalp underneath.Viewers said Eve looked 'more beautiful' without her wig and applauded her for showing her true self during the date. The beauty therapist said she was looking for a man with tattoos and 'somebody solid who can chuck me over their shoulder' - and in walked the handsome teaching assistant - with said body art in place.They initially clicked over their matching denim outfits and bonded even more over their own insecurities, with Jordan encouraging Eve to keep her wig off when she told him she had alopecia.She explained: 'My parents had to save really hard for me to have nice hair.