The answer of course requires some anatomical reference context in that there are locations on the human form where the presence of hair would be construed by many to detract from the aesthetic of the underlying structures just as there are sites such as the head where there exists a virtual consensus that the presence of hair enhances the appearance of men and women alike.
It is indeed interesting when viewed through the eyes of a social and physical scientist to examine both biologic evolutionary as well as historical cultural trends when it come to this remarkable skin appendage.
Long ago phased out as a necessary element of protection against the elements body hair persists in most only as a vestigial remnant of its former self aside from several select sites which have as a common denominator a relationship through sexuality to our human organism’s most vital function – namely procreation.
And one needs only to casually page through history texts to view the astounding number and types of permutations with respect to color and style that have been put forth to impress and amuse to concede the obvious fascination we as a species have with our cranial caps.
So just how important is a head of hair? Arguably quite important in determining the ease with which we can attain a position of higher social station so says data examining mating patterns and corporate ascendancy statistics.
So the next time you hear someone profess that they’re not bothered by their state of follicular attrition assess their position and either congratulate them on succeeding in spite of their shortcomings or direct them in to the nearest Ziering Medical office for a complimentary consultation and program outline to get them back in the game.