In my entire life I’ve known maybe three non-homosexual men who wore makeup as if they were a female – politicians don’t count because of the whole appearance/propaganda thing, but I still sort of think even that is borderline weird and vain.
Two of those men/boys were Goths in high school, and grew out of that phase by the time of their 18th birthday, and the other one had a few really nasty burn scars from an accident when he was a small child (therefore understandable so long as he didn’t prance around with eye-shadow and whatnot).
But you have to remember that those people existed back in the days of anti-LGTBQQX666 pogroms and unconcealed hatred for those desiring the freedom to bugger men and use gerbils for unspeakable acts.
Now we’ve come so far from those dark times – maybe 2005 to 2007.
Progress has never tasted sweeter.
How teenage boys (and younger) wearing makeup are affecting beauty norms https://t.co/F8je5M2ozU
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 25, 2017
I hope y’all realize that in a few more years you’re going to see (((people))) start to say that it’s perfectly normal to have sex with these effeminate boys – it’s already common among the queer community, but it still needs to be mainstreamed.
I figure it will come somewhere between trannies and incest orgies on the stairs of degeneracy.