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    Lightbulb Feminism is Female Supremacy NOT Equality

    Quote Originally Posted by beatinghairloss View Post
    Women are obsessed with their appearances….This is the pot calling the kettle black. You’re on a hair site desperately looking to reverse the physical appearance of yourself in an otherwise clear example of vanity. You think women are the ones with the problem. This type of thought process will surely make you end up alone. Women are no more shallow then men in fact they are less. I see plenty of women going with guys for other reasons than looks…PLENTY! Women primarily care about security and sense each and every one of them is raised different they all have different forms of security needs they want met. Maybe a girls was raped or beat when she was young so she wants strong guy to keep her safe, or maybe someone had an impatient father so they want a guy who is really patient, or a really tall women will care less about looks but just wants a tall guy to make her feel little, you have no clue UK and your judgment is self-reflective. However, not so many guys search ugly girls on porn and search engines, or magazines, or turn their head at the beach to check out the 300 pounder. Get a grip this type of stereo typing will not get you laid with George Clooney’s hair.
    ^^^^ Pay attention to those who ever plan on standing up to feminism or the Fem-Dom kingdom the western world has become, YOU WILL BE ACCUSED TIRELESSLY: "YOU'RE NOT GETTING LAID", "THAT ATTITUDE WILL NOT GET YOU LAID".

    My friend, I am married, I come from a time and place where our central life-ambitions werent to sleep with as many STD infested drugged up club-going whores as we could, consequently, our generation is probably far happier than the porn-addicted over-sexualised underskilled, unemployed/broke youth of today that seem to have their veins flooded with a concoction of alcohol, drugs and anti-depressants on an almost weekly basis.

    Your accusation regarding my hypocrisy would have worked better had I outright spoken out against the pursuit of vanity, unfortunately I didnt. Just look at the weak fundamentals that support your mediocre response: "YOU SEE lots of women going for guys other than looks" - oh really? Well how scientific, how about I inform you about the fact that almost 70% of clothing/cosmetics retail purchase behaviour is dominated by women? What about the staggering domination women have when it comes to expenditure in the realm of plastic surgery? But that's just the tip of the iceberg - when we look at their opinions regarding lifestyle and consumption - the choices they make are very selfish:

    “1 in 3 women would prefer to choose cosmetics over buying food”.

    “While 67% of women would choose cheaper brands for eggs and milk (probably feed their children GM garbage food), only 30% said they would switch to cheaper brands for cosmetics”.

    “Women consider cosmetics as EVERYDAY ESSENTIALS as opposed to luxury shopping items”.


    (If you need the source for this research I will be happy to provide it).

    Oh and yes you're right, not too many guys search for ugly girls in search engines - but I dont see homeless men on the streets surrounded by Puerto Rican hiphop video hoes. The idea that women are being forced to spend 99% of their income and their partners income on inward selfish consumption patterns because MEN are the ones who are shallow, is more feminist claptrap, more feminist bullshit and people are getting sick & tired of feminists that blame men for every last one of their problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UK_ View Post
    when we look at their opinions regarding lifestyle and consumption - the choices they make are very selfish:

    “1 in 3 women would prefer to choose cosmetics over buying food”.

    “While 67% of women would choose cheaper brands for eggs and milk (probably feed their children GM garbage food), only 30% said they would switch to cheaper brands for cosmetics”.

    “Women consider cosmetics as EVERYDAY ESSENTIALS as opposed to luxury shopping items”.

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    I don't wear makeup but I think all these statements apply to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 25 going on 65 View Post
    I don't wear makeup but I think all these statements apply to me.
    What do you do with the cosmetics then? Wait, I don't want to know .
    Unless you deem minox, propeica and nizoral as cosmetics. They are not. They are drugs.

    As for the topic at hand. I hate it when people who are trying to get their hair back are being called vain. How the hell is getting back something which you have lost being called vanity?
    However I do understand those who use plastic surgery to become better looking. Sex and money is what gets you money these days, unless you are devious or with good connections.
    On the terms on women being shallow. I don't think women are shallow, however I do think feminisim has become an effort to make womens rights more superior to those of men. We need to have equal rights but there is inequality between ender rights in different areas of life.

    For example:
    How come in a divorce the mother is the one that gets custody of children unless she is mentally ill or prevented to take care of them? Shouldn't the time spent with kids be divided equally between both parents?
    Also the law that necessitates the equal distribution of women in politics or managerial positions is also just plain bad. Everyone should get his job according to his own merit regardless of sex, religion, race, nationality and so on. But we have seen this happen on numerous occasions. Whenever you have an oppressor and the oppressed the roles can switch easily.

    However there are ofcourse examples of misogyny in our society as well.
    The point is: giving everyone equal rights is something we will never be able to do. Why? Well just take into account something as diplomatic immunity.
    There were talks and allegations against Japanese ambasador in my country. He got transfered somewhere else, and got unscathed in the process.


    Now, I do believe the women should have equal rights, I do believe they are not vain, however for the life of me I can't get one to fall for me. Maybe it is the lack of self-confidence? However I think it is because I am not good looking, which is what you look for and want in a partner. We are all "vain" in that way regardless of sex.

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    I meant sex and looks get you money. No EDIT button.
    It was really late when I was writing it. Not that anyome should read it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sogeking View Post
    What do you do with the cosmetics then? Wait, I don't want to know .
    Unless you deem minox, propeica and nizoral as cosmetics. They are not. They are drugs.

    As for the topic at hand. I hate it when people who are trying to get their hair back are being called vain. How the hell is getting back something which you have lost being called vanity?
    However I do understand those who use plastic surgery to become better looking. Sex and money is what gets you money these days, unless you are devious or with good connections.
    On the terms on women being shallow. I don't think women are shallow, however I do think feminisim has become an effort to make womens rights more superior to those of men. We need to have equal rights but there is inequality between ender rights in different areas of life.

    For example:
    How come in a divorce the mother is the one that gets custody of children unless she is mentally ill or prevented to take care of them? Shouldn't the time spent with kids be divided equally between both parents?
    Also the law that necessitates the equal distribution of women in politics or managerial positions is also just plain bad. Everyone should get his job according to his own merit regardless of sex, religion, race, nationality and so on. But we have seen this happen on numerous occasions. Whenever you have an oppressor and the oppressed the roles can switch easily.

    However there are ofcourse examples of misogyny in our society as well.
    The point is: giving everyone equal rights is something we will never be able to do. Why? Well just take into account something as diplomatic immunity.
    There were talks and allegations against Japanese ambasador in my country. He got transfered somewhere else, and got unscathed in the process.


    Now, I do believe the women should have equal rights, I do believe they are not vain, however for the life of me I can't get one to fall for me. Maybe it is the lack of self-confidence? However I think it is because I am not good looking, which is what you look for and want in a partner. We are all "vain" in that way regardless of sex.
    I work for a company that deals with court cases and divorces most the time its joint custody. That old idea that women get custody is a common misonception

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    beatinghairloss ...come on - you're telling me women dont have an upper hand when it comes to screaming domestic violence, raiding the credit cards & bank accounts and filing a restraining order?

    A husband left wondering why his credit agency is ringing him & his key doesnt fit the door to his house?

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