The debate "Girls aren't as pretty. They need to tone down their ego. They live their life behind a mask/make up" was started by
January 10, 2016, 4:06 am.
11 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 12 people are on the disagree side.
People are starting to choose their side.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
AngryBlogger posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
Naruto_uchiha, numbskull, Band_Nerd_24, Talks_N_Rants, ReadyToBegin, AngryBlogger and 5 visitors agree.
sabrina, danielle, swp16, Preksha, gamelia94, Arixeo, cancer_wins and 5 visitors disagree.
you should be allowed to wear and dress how you like, if girls wanna plaster themselves in make up until it makes them feel better then so be it, you may think they look a mess etc but they are comfortable so leave them be.
I used to suffer massively from acne, which I know many teenagers do. but that didn't comfort me, all my friends had perfect skin and I didn't so I would have liked to wear make up, I didn't because at our school all make up was banned so I couldn't anyway, however had it been allowed I would have worn it, I hated looking at pictures and seeing my friends with their perfect skin and then me with so many red, sore looking spots, I hated it. Thankfully when I got older than majority of them have gone and now the only make up I wear is mascara but I never judge girls for their make up because for all I know it could be the one thing giving them confidence.
a real man should love their partner regardless of if they looked like a supermodel with make up but average without, beauty isn't defined by someones face.
as for girls expecting men to be perfect. the same goes for them they should love him regardless of looks too, but it is unfair to say all girls look at men that way, I love my boyfriend so much and it's not because of his looks! don't get me wrong I do think he is very handsome but what attracted me to him in the first place was his personality, his sense of humour, the things he says, his morals, the way he treats me. I think the moral of the story is beauty comes from within and you can't generalise stereotypes.
You don't know why they wear make up, so you shouldn't judge. Don't blame the make up on the girls your talking to being a bitch. It's not the "mask" that's the problem, but the people your talking to.
Sounds like someone has been rejected too many times
Tired of seeing so many women acting all high and mighty when they wear make up 24/7 for years and hide behind these masks while men do NOT. Yet these girls are so quick to reject men who don't fit their standard and such. Bitch please, you aren't beautiful, you are probably more ugly than the man you are rejecting.