I mean you can but you're not required to. We're allowed to remove them in our own homes that's just fine. Mine is minimalist enough that I just leave it on during fiki fiki. >>10031115>That means you converted.
Yes. I was once an elder of the LDS church now I'm sikh. It's pretty easy to convert.>>10031115
I started balding around 19-20.
I became sikh around my mid 20's so like 23-25 but since there's no real baptism it's more obscure as a joining date so that's the best I can give you.
I do see what you're trying to do. I've never really been uncomfortable with the fact I lost most of my hair. I dreadlocked my hair after I'd lost most of it. No regrets and no cope. Though I do look better with a dastaar on. That's part of normie life. You've gotta try to look your best with what you've got going on.
Sikh was a mental and personal path for me. I didn't like the way most religions were overbearing wanting us to be infallible and "like god". There was too much iniquity as well and while the bible touched on it most people don't even realize it and that's sad.
We can sit here and talk sikh sure but if you think you're going to get me to sperg about "aha you're bald" then you're barking up the wrong tree :P