Eh, if you're shallow enough for this to affect your relationship, then more fool you. If you're not supportive of her and think she'll still be beautiful, then I'm pretty sure there's someone out there who will.
Hair is so trivial so to make you understand how ridiciolus this sounds to me i will do this:
I am really having some real internal conflicts right now. My girlfriend of almost 5 months is cutting all her "nails" to go "Short for Bucks". Her "Nails" is being donated to "Nails for Love" and the the "short nails" is to help raise money for "people who dont have nails". She got the idea from one of her friends who recently did it and she is going to do it in front of the entire school on December 21st during a pep rally. I love her so much, but i just have this problem with having a girlfriend who is choosing to "have short nails". She is beautiful inside and out and always makes me smile, but i can't bring myself to focus on what it will be like after she "gets them clipped". She is already getting a ton of shit for it and me too. She knows i don't want her to go completely "short nails" and she is really upset. I've told her I'm always behind her 100% even if I don't agree with her always. I know I'm being really selfish and superficial but it is just really messing with my head. Can anyone give me some advice? I'm really desperate
It is a ridicioulus topic, it is sad that this is an issue in your life and you need to build a bridge and get the fuck over it. The girl is shaving her hair to support cancer in todays society where you apperantly can't for the love of god do that. Be proud, you boob.
I'm not sure what the problem is. Men do horrific things with your hair/body hair/facial hair all the time and expect us to put up with it. I think beards are just about the grossest thing ever and I would prefer a guy not to have one but if I loved someone and he insisted upon growing a beard I wouldn't dump him over it.
Sorry, that should have said "men do horrific things with their hair." I wrote "you men" first intending to sound sassy and then changed it because I figured it wasn't fair to attribute the actions of a group to an individual.