Thread: School bans boy's makeup; he cries sexism

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    • 11 years 9 months ago
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    What do you guys think about this? Personally I don't care if a guy wears makeup, but this boy just sounds plain dumb LOL.

    http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/us/2008/09/25/davis.boy.makeup.wkrc

    I also don't think its distracting. If a girl can wear eyeliner, why cant a boy? If anything they should just ask him to remove the lipstick.
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    • 11 years 9 months ago
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    My god, what a stupid toolbag.

    I'm glad they made him stop, we don't need to encourage this faggy generation of kids any further.
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    • 11 years 9 months ago
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    Wow, you suck.
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    I'm sorry, but I just hate posers like this. Everybody's making such an attempt to be "different" with all these stupid dark looks and crap that in the end everybody's starting to look the same, and that wouldn't be a problem if the look was actually good.
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    • 11 years 9 months ago
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    Either way, I think we should be able to dress and look however we want without being called "Fags" and whatnot, its his personal decision, whether we think it looks stupid or not.
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    • 11 years 9 months ago
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    Can't see the article.
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    It's a video.
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    Yeah,it should work fine.
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    Quote by Mezase_Master
    My god, what a stupid toolbag.

    I'm glad they made him stop, we don't need to encourage this faggy generation of kids any further.


    Very well said, I couldn't agree more.
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    What a little fag. I would like to beat him up. Your not being different by dressing the same way as everybody else while claiming your being original...
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    Welp, im glad like im not like you guys!
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    Quote by Mezase_Master
    My god, what a stupid toolbag.

    I'm glad they made him stop, we don't need to encourage this faggy generation of kids any further.




    Thank You, Mezase!

    NickRules, I know you think guys actually dressing and acting like, ya know, GUYS, is somehow a bad and is "egotistical macho" thing...

    But lets be real. Too many guys today are WAY] too fucking sensitive and feminine and down right pathetic. Yes, you can have a soft, compassionate side, but it's going WAY too far when you pretty much wanna wear everything girls wanna wear. Go get a fucking sex change if that's the case. You're already half way there.

    Boys need to act like boys, Men need to act like Men. Period. Enough of this metrosexual/borderline homosexual bullshit we allow this little wimpass 13 year old kids to get away with. If you're actually gay, fine whatever. But all this wimpy pansy tight pants "guy makeup" emo shit is getting on my nerves.
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    • 11 years 9 months ago
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    Nope. I think people should act and dress however they want. There are no rules in my eyes. If a guy wants to wear makeup, go ahead and do it, if a girl wants to shave her head, why the hell not? It doesn't concern me and it shouldn't bother me, so it doesn't.
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    Haha, I think you might alone here.
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    Quote by Saruman_w
    Haha, I think you might alone here.


    I guess so. I wouldn't expect less of the men on these boards, who think they MUST be a certain way or else. Im just glad I don't have that mentality.
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    I'm all for letting people do what they want, but the fact that he's crying about it like he is just shows me that we're being just too damn leniant and PC and accepting of crap just cause someone has a hissy fit over it.

    You can pass ANYTHING nowadays as long as the hissy fit is good enough. The Drinking age could be abolished so you can drink at any age anytime ,incesters could marry their cousins/siblings/children, pedophiles could lower the age of consent, just as long as they have a good and convincing enough bitch fit about it. I mean really...

    We gotta teach young boys how to grow up and become MEN. Strong willed, hard-working men that can provide for the ones they're taking care of and who know how to handle situations properly when they come along. All this guy-dressing-like-girls crap is doing is taking away their masculinity and ODing them with feminism. It's pretty much like extracting testosterone out and replacing it with estrogen. Same thing goes for the girl that wants to act like a dude as you mentioned.

    Screw all this crossing over genders crap and just be boys/girls and men/women. Enough with trying to mutate them together to get some equilibrium. It's gonna screw us over as a society if nobody knows what their role is.
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    • 11 years 9 months ago
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    Well for one, he wasn't CRYING about it. And im not even talking about him, im talking about anyone in general who acts "out of the ordinary" in societies standards. Why does anyone care? Its none of their business.

    Its not like all the emo boys and emo girls are going to grow up to be emo, its called being a teenager and going through phases, we all do it. You could say the same exact thing to prep kids who wear abercombie and fitch....why doesn't anyone care about them? They are also a group of people who dress the same. It seems like everyone just focuses on goths and emos.

    I once went through a "black hair" phase and had black hair for 3 years. Everybody called me emo and goth but I knew I wasn't AT ALL, I just simply liked black hair. I was told it was just a phase but I didnt believe anyone, and hey look at me now, back to my ol' blonde hair.

    People go through phases, it doesn't mean they are going to grow up any differently than "normal" people. And even if they do, who cares?! Its their lives, and im sure it doesn't bother them.
    • 11 years 9 months ago
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    Quote by NickRules
    Its not like all the emo boys and emo girls are going to grow up to be emo, its called being a teenager and going through phases, we all do it. You could say the same exact thing to prep kids who wear abercombie and fitch....why doesn't anyone care about them? They are also a group of people who dress the same.


    Oh believe me, I hate those prep kids too. Don't tell me that they don't grow up to be the bitches and douchebags they were in HS, cause I've seen it.
    Whatever happens between senior year of HS and senior year of college will tell alot about someone's future. Most people stay in HS mode throughout these years, and when real life comes to get em...well, things don't usually end well.

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    I once went through a "black hair" phase and had black hair for 3 years. Everybody called me emo and goth but I knew I wasn't AT ALL, I just simply liked black hair. I was told it was just a phase but I didnt believe anyone, and hey look at me now, back to my ol' blonde hair.


    This guy, along with others, make this whole goth thing their whole lives. Emo kids my freshman year in HS are still the same ol emo kids my freshman year in college. There's this dude as my work who I honestly thought was a chick when he showed up. Turns out he was just another skinny emopunkrock wannabe. All you had was black hair; you didn't go all out and practically make it your life like the ones I know.

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    And im not even talking about him, im talking about anyone in general who acts "out of the ordinary" in societies standards. Why does anyone care? Its none of their business.

    People go through phases, it doesn't mean they are going to grow up any differently than "normal" people. And even if they do, who cares?! Its their lives, and im sure it doesn't bother them.


    It's when people try to force that change just so THEY (as in that ONE person complaining about "unfairness") can get their own way. It's ridiculous how just anything is accepted and embraced and sugar-coating hugged and wuved so easily.
    Next thing ya know incest pedophilia will reach that point. "Well hey, it's our own private lives and I ain't hurting people outside the family, so I as a daddy/mommy wants to fuck underage son/daughter and not anyone else, let me! Or else it's unfair!!!"

    Tolerance is one thing. Accepting everything all willy nilly just cause someone whines about wanting to "do their own thing" is another.
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    • 11 years 9 months ago
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    I see we have 2 different opinions and nothings going to change that. I still see no problems with how a person wants to dress or look, its their choice, not mine. And I cant believe you compared someone wearing makeup with a pedophile, lol.
    • 11 years 9 months ago
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    Quote by NickRules
    I see we have 2 different opinions and nothings going to change that.


    We shall just agree to disagree then. *handshake*

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    I still see no problems with how a person wants to dress or look, its their choice, not mine.


    I just want a FEW dudes to look/act like dudes, that's all.

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    And I cant believe you compared someone wearing makeup with a pedophile, lol.


    I'm just like Degrassi. I GO THERE!
    Over dramatic, yea...but if you got the point I was trying to make that's all that matters.
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