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View Poll Results: Do you think wearing make up is cruel and oppressive?
I wear make up to look good for myself, I don't care what others think 3 30.00%
I've never thought about but it probably is sexist 2 20.00%
Absolutely - it is sexist that women have to paint themselves but men don't 7 70.00%
I wear make up to catch men - so if that's sexist, sue me! 1 10.00%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 10. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 11-29-2012, 04:43 PM
 
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Do you think wearing makeup is a vehicle of male opression? Why is there a double standard in that women have to make themselves pretty, but males really don't have to go to half as much effort?

Earlier this year, FOX news blasted Hilary for daring to go out in public without war paint. Among the unflattering descriptions, "haggard and unkempt" was thrown around alot. Had this been a man, would be see such criticism of his appearance?

Hilary Clinton's "No Makeup" Look Bashed By Fox News, Daily Mail

Is the standard changing, with men now being held to a higher standard and the advent of male-marketed moisturisers, facial creams and make up? Ladies, do you think of make up as a tool of male-oppression and a double standard to look attractive to the opposite & same sex?

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