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    (Original post by holmes221)
    Reminds me of this recent thing on pornstars with out makeup:


    Eva Notty looks way better without make up (don't ask how I know her name :rolleyes: ).
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    I don't know why you guys are demonising women so much. You're probably going for the wrong girls. It pisses me off too but hey, I don't associate myself with people like that so it's not my problem.
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    (Original post by edithwashere)
    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. You're clearly a shallow individual, go back under your bridge :troll:
    And the beholder is natural selection.
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    (Original post by Sheldor)
    It's hormones for some, yes. But at the same time, I think your comments are hardly fair. I mean, the only reason you see women like that is because of the media image and that so many wear makeup. If you lived, say, 50 000 years ago, you'd think a grown woman with constantly flawless skin was an anomaly, not the norm to which all others should be held up to.

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    If all you women could agree to stop wearing make up you would save yourself a lot of time.

    Problem is the patriarchy is oppressing you and forcing women to wear make up
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    (Original post by akash11)
    But it not a minority ever heard of "princess syndrome" their was a thread on that a few weeks ago, women are so childish when it come to expectations of men ugly/ average looking women just won't settle for any this then a rich handsome guy, no wonder 1 in 5 women now remain childless
    oh well, if yet another bitter jealous male posted a thread and coined an entirely new term to express his dislike of women, that must be conclusive proof that all women are more shallow than all men :eek: :rolleyes:
    it amazes me that they call this a "student" forum, yet many users can't seem to engage in basic reasoning. This thread is just a lot of hot air.
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    Mila Kunis no makeup...game set and match

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    (Original post by Classical Liberal)
    If all you women could agree to stop wearing make up you would save yourself a lot of time.

    Problem is the patriarchy is oppressing you and forcing women to wear make up
    Pfft, I've already decided on that for myself. I'd like to say it's a reactionary rebellion against the oppressive patriarchy, but to be honest, I'm lazy and my face doesn't really bother me as it is.

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    (Original post by Classical Liberal)
    If all you women could agree to stop wearing make up you would save yourself a lot of time.

    Problem is the patriarchy is oppressing you and forcing women to wear make up
    It's a bit of a double edged sword though... on the one hand, you have guys who detest make up and really harshly criticise girls who wear it, but on the other hand you have guys who criticise girls who DON'T wear make up because they're not attractive enough :rolleyes:

    You can never please everybody, I think people should wear what makes them happy, as long as it doesn't hurt anybody else then I'm all for it. (I don't wear make up except for special occasions, too darn lazy, but there's nothing wrong with people who wear it daily )
 
 
 
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