I was arguing with some jerk on the Internet who was saying anyone who lives at home after 25 has failed in life, and he took the opportunity to tell me he had looked through my Facebook photos and I am as ugly on the outside as I am on the inside. I responded by saying that's pretty much the opposite of what people usually say, and he said I must not know many people because as a member of the opposite sex, he can tell me I look atrocious. He capped it off with "The thinning hair isn't helping." Now I just feel like crying. I already KNOW my hair has thinned, and there is NOTHING I can do about it. It wasn't my fault, and it isn't fair. I used to have such thick, gorgeous hair, and now so much of it is just gone. And these stem cell companies seem to be taking their own sweet time to get the treatments ready and are apparently prioritizing men, so who knows when that will even be available. But I didn't think it was horribly obvious to other people, to the point where some stranger would notice and use that to attack me. It's not fair. It isn't my fault. I shouldn't have to deal with people insulting my appearance over it. This is the pic on Facebook in which the thinning is most obvious by the way. I didn't think it looked that bad, until now.