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

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    And you know what else? Most of the times those people are dressing and acting like that not because that's who they are or how they're expressing themselves. They're doing it cause it's practically a fad now.
    If you're naturally gay or lesbian, more power to ya. My problem is that straight guys and girls faking that way just to fit a trend and are now trying to change the rest of society's thinking just so they can get away with their fad.
    To be honest, I don't even see why gay people need to do that to begin with... if you like people of your gender, cool, but why does it make some of them feel like they need to dress up as the other gender (I mean to the extent that they could actually be mistaken for it)? Seems like another cry for attention to me.

    ...Dammit, I promised myself I wouldn't post here again, but then more discussion came up.

    I dress up like a guy because I feel like a guy. I don't like looking like a freaking girl, and if people want to stare (which never even really happens to me) then so be it! I wear guy clothing because I'd feel like a freak in a dress or something girly. In my eyes, I am a man, and I will dress accordingly. That being said, I will stand up for my right to do so like a real man would when he believes in something. I will never give in or stand down to those who discriminate against me; I will be strong. It's not a cry for attention, some people just don't happen to really be the gender they feel they are inside.
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    If it's the school's rule then don't be a fool.
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    Quote by Captain_Howdy


    If it's the school's rule then don't be a fool.

    Perhaps if we all dress like Mr.T at school then problems such as this will diminish. You are a true visionary, Captain Howdy.
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    Quote by cowandchicken

    I dress up like a guy because I feel like a guy. I don't like looking like a freaking girl, and if people want to stare (which never even really happens to me) then so be it! I wear guy clothing because I'd feel like a freak in a dress or something girly. In my eyes, I am a man, and I will dress accordingly. That being said, I will stand up for my right to do so like a real man would when he believes in something. I will never give in or stand down to those who discriminate against me; I will be strong. It's not a cry for attention, some people just don't happen to really be the gender they feel they are inside.


    Thats awesome, I never knew you literally felt like a guy on the inside. Not to get personal but have you ever considered sexual reassignment surgery? Or are you just fine with dressing like a man?
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    I dress up like a guy because I feel like a guy. I don't like looking like a freaking girl, and if people want to stare (which never even really happens to me) then so be it! I wear guy clothing because I'd feel like a freak in a dress or something girly. In my eyes, I am a man, and I will dress accordingly. That being said, I will stand up for my right to do so like a real man would when he believes in something. I will never give in or stand down to those who discriminate against me; I will be strong. It's not a cry for attention, some people just don't happen to really be the gender they feel they are inside.


    Thats awesome, I never knew you literally felt like a guy on the inside. Not to get personal but have you ever considered sexual reassignment surgery? Or are you just fine with dressing like a man?

    I have considered the surgery, but I want to look into some of the medical side effects it can have before I make a final decision. I'm leaning more towards yes then no though. I've been considering it ever since I was 5 when I first heard it was possible. I've never ever in my life felt like I should be a girl.
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    Sexual reassignment surgery makes me lowl.
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    Quote by DieOff


    We oughta make this a board emoticon.
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    Guys who want to dress up like girls or girls who want to dress up like guys (or get a sex change) because they feel they were born the wrong way is messed up and flat out ridiculous.
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    Here's an idea. A guy dressing like a girl or a girl dressing like a guy doesn't inhibit your life, liberty, property, or pursuit of happiness in any way whatsoever. If you're bitching about it for some "social cause", though luck. No one person has a right to impose their views on another, and while every person has a right to speak their views, no one has a right to be heard. In the end, none of this really matters, and it's the vast amount of attention paid to a ridiculous issue like this that's driving everything down the crapper.
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    Quote by cowandchicken
    Quote by Captain_Howdy


    If it's the school's rule then don't be a fool.

    Perhaps if we all dress like Mr.T at school then problems such as this will diminish. You are a true visionary, Captain Howdy.


    LOL I don't think you'd get through security at alot of schools with all those chains I don't think Mr T's outfit would fly at alot of places either.
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    Well, the boy in the video doesn't really want to look like a girl, he's just a goth/emo kid. There's a difference between these two things.
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    i hope all you homos have beards
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    Quote by cowandchicken
    Quote by NickRules
    Quote by cowandchicken

    I dress up like a guy because I feel like a guy. I don't like looking like a freaking girl, and if people want to stare (which never even really happens to me) then so be it! I wear guy clothing because I'd feel like a freak in a dress or something girly. In my eyes, I am a man, and I will dress accordingly. That being said, I will stand up for my right to do so like a real man would when he believes in something. I will never give in or stand down to those who discriminate against me; I will be strong. It's not a cry for attention, some people just don't happen to really be the gender they feel they are inside.


    Thats awesome, I never knew you literally felt like a guy on the inside. Not to get personal but have you ever considered sexual reassignment surgery? Or are you just fine with dressing like a man?

    I have considered the surgery, but I want to look into some of the medical side effects it can have before I make a final decision. I'm leaning more towards yes then no though. I've been considering it ever since I was 5 when I first heard it was possible. I've never ever in my life felt like I should be a girl.


    Well good for you! Seriously, don't listen to all the people out there who find it silly, its not silly at all and its something they wont ever understand.
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    Reminds me of the Southpark episode where Kyle's dad wanted to be a dolphin.
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    Quote by NickRules
    Quote by cowandchicken
    Quote by NickRules


    Thats awesome, I never knew you literally felt like a guy on the inside. Not to get personal but have you ever considered sexual reassignment surgery? Or are you just fine with dressing like a man?

    I have considered the surgery, but I want to look into some of the medical side effects it can have before I make a final decision. I'm leaning more towards yes then no though. I've been considering it ever since I was 5 when I first heard it was possible. I've never ever in my life felt like I should be a girl.


    Well good for you! Seriously, don't listen to all the people out there who find it silly, its not silly at all and its something they wont ever understand.

    Thanks. Those people making the weird comments obviously just can't relate. They aren't pissing me off like the certain people who wanted to beat up that poor boy at the start of the conversation though. These people are just trying to be funny, although I don't think it really is.

    And Saruman_w, are you sure you aren't really Matt Stone or Trey Parker? You are the master of inappropriate comments about serious issues.
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    Ooops, I guess I skipped reading a few before I posted. I may be taking a break from here for a while, because I guess a lot of people don't really like me anymore. Oh well, it wouldn't be a cause worth fighting for if some people didn't say rude things or call me a freak about it.

    Bye to anyone who still sees me like they did before I posted that.

    Oh, and RetroManiac, you have absolutely no empathy do you?
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    Quote by cowandchicken
    Oh, and RetroManiac, you have absolutely no empathy do you?


    I don't have to accept sex changes as normal or "cool" if I don't want to. Sorry if that "offends" you...but that's part of living in a free country, you're going to have to deal with people who disagree with you or have a different view on things than you do.
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    Quote by cowandchicken
    Ooops, I guess I skipped reading a few before I posted. I may be taking a break from here for a while, because I guess a lot of people don't really like me anymore. Oh well, it wouldn't be a cause worth fighting for if some people didn't say rude things or call me a freak about it.

    Bye to anyone who still sees me like they did before I posted that.

    Oh, and RetroManiac, you have absolutely no empathy do you?


    Stop caring about what others think about the way you dress.
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    Sorry, but I put a lot of merit on what others say. You guys on this site are such fucking dicks! Screw all of you you god damn pieces of shit! I hope you choke on your rude and hateful words! I put up with a lot of shit in the real world, so stop thinking I don't. I have to deal with a lot and I deal with it well. I just can't take being so god damn nice to all the god damn pricks on this fucking site! I was nice to Swing, all the other fucking trolls, and the god damn rude as fuck members as much as I can take it.

    Good bye, and don't fucking try to talk me back you god damn mother fuckers!
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    Quote by cowandchicken
    Sorry, but I put a lot of merit on what others say. You guys on this site are such fucking dicks! Screw all of you you god damn pieces of shit! I hope you choke on your rude and hateful words! I put up with a lot of shit in the real world, so stop thinking I don't. I have to deal with a lot and I deal with it well. I just can't take being so god damn nice to all the god damn pricks on this fucking site! I was nice to Swing, all the other fucking trolls, and the god damn rude as fuck members as much as I can take it.

    Good bye, and don't fucking try to talk me back you god damn mother fuckers!


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