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everything you stated was what insecure people think. A. You're not being yourself if you live to suit what men like about women. It's sad. B. feminism is important. C. classy is a woman who takes care of herself and her appearance and as long as you have clean, brushed hair, it can be any color and still be classy. Also my aunt is 50 and has pink hair. There's nothing more beautiful then a confident woman, dressing for herself.
@Wheresthebooze I dont think you know what classy is. And why attack men about it? You dont have problems to tell men what you like and what dont, so why should men could not do the same? Thinking just because your girl or woman gives you any more right than men is sad. A. WTF. C. No its called confidence not being classy, you can have all confidence in world but absolutly no class what so ever. Also if you would know insecure people, you would soon find out that they usually aren't outspoken in hopes to avoid conflict.@Mia-Wallace I think i you like your hair color and your confident about it, you can have what ever color you want and it will look great. But coloring hair to gain confidence, can backfire a lot.
@Wheresthebooze 1. Assuming you're actually after finding a partner, then it's safe to say everyone likes to maximize their chances with the gender and the type of men/women they like. The type of men I like usually don't like blue hair on women and I wouldn't ruin my chances because of a worthless hair dye without which I look natural and better. It simply wouldn't be a wise thing to do. Of course, you could try to be stubborn and continue to ignore the preference of the men you like, but then you shouldn't whine if they didn't approach you. "Huurr duuur shallow... I'm too good for you". You could also try to change their preference, but I personally don't like gambling with my time. And if you're not after a partner, or if the type of men you like adore blue hair, then you don't need to care I guess. Plus, if you're defined by the color you dye your hair and feel like you're "being yourself" when your bangs are pink, you don't have much of a personality. On the whole, if you simply are the kind of person who never ever likes to make any compromises, then be that kind of person I guess. I'm not. 🤷♀️2. Meh. 3. I guess that's your definition of classy. For me the first part about keeping yourself clean is called being a civilized human. Being classy for me goes a tad bit further than that. But I guess it's about my personal preferences and beliefs, so I don't bother explaining. 4. "There's nothing more beautiful then a confident woman, dressing for herself."Meh. I think there are many things that make a woman a lot more beautiful. Personal preferences again.
@_inkRat If you feel attacked by someone who doesn't want to change how look for men, then that's your problem. You shouldn't not do something because certain men don't like it and the same goes for men doing things for women tool. Also being classy is about how you act, dressing well, grooming, and talking like your educated. It's about having class. You should look up "classy women with tattoos" or "classy women with blue hair". Whether you're a man or woman, you should look and be like who you want to be and if someone likes you, then you'll know they like you for you. That's my point
the key is to be yourself and be with men who like you for you and that you like for them. It's not about putting aside who you are for the purpose of finding men. With your attitude, you're gonna end up either a trophy wife or dating a guy who only likes you because you're being what he wants you to be, and guys like that cheat all the time. If you want to live like you're a woman in the 50s, well that's you're choice. But men have evolved and they have all kinds of preferences.
@Wheresthebooze "It's not about putting aside who you are for the purpose of finding men"If who you are = Your pink hair You = A shallow teen who shouldn't be playing the adult relationship gameIs that simple enough for you to understand? You're using big words completely out of place. I haven't put aside "who I was" since I'm not defined by my hair color, not even my natural hair color. I'm defined by my deeds and beliefs. By the character I have. There are things that you can't change about yourself. There are many things that are changeable but important to you and come first when you're defining yourself, and many things that are secondary and of less importance. When you are trying to have a serious, long term relationship with someone, you will always have to make compromises, because people are different and difficult, living a happy life together is even more difficult, and maintaining that life for a long time and having babies too is hell. Now if you try to change what can't be changed in you to appease someone, then you truly are a slave to him or her, and you most probably haven't found the right person. But everything else that are changeable can be compromised. Of course, ideally you want to find someone who's so compatible with you that you compromise nothing at all, but that's usually a teenage pipe dream. Now if the purple dye on someone's hair is one of the central defining characteristics of a person in your opinion, or it's something so important, something you love too much to ever compromise, then it's okay. But I rather be with somone with the same or similar beliefs about family, kids, the meaning of life, society, etc, than someone who has the same taste for hair dyes as I have. Priorities, you see.I don't assume that's too hard to understand, is it?
@Wheresthebooze "With your attitude, you're gonna end up either a trophy wife or dating a guy who only likes you because you're being what he wants you to be, and guys like that cheat all the time."Thanks for your concern I guess. We've managed to maintain a happy relationship for 6 years with out attitudes. No need for relationship advice here."But men have evolved and they have all kinds of preferences."Yes. I'm sure you'll find someone who'd appreciate and love you for your purple hair.
Im just glad Im not you because you're partner is defenitily cheating on you because women like you don't find loyal guys with the way you think. Honestly, I pity you. What a sad way to live. Well, good luck. Im done here. Toodles.
@Wheresthebooze Was that supposed to be a comeback or roast or something? Because all I hear is a stupid shallow girl shrieking because someone else has a different opinion about hair dyes and relationships. Bye bye poop head.
@Wheresthebooze Your using big words here. First of all I dont care what you wear, I will simply choose not to date that girl/woman if i dont like something. At the end its not my problem, as it would not be yours if you choose not to date someone. If you think class is defined only by looks and a bit of education, your so wrong. How your acting is a bit more on right lines, but still not class. And wtf about someone cheating on @Mia-Wallace just wtf. In what part of your brain there was malfunction when you writed it?
I dont think you know what self expression means.
What is SJW
@likelyOK www.urbandictionary.com/define.php1st and 7th entries.It really used to be very attractive to me, but yeah the trend of Social Justice Warrior girls liking it ruined it for me.
So if it's colored but they don't have tats or piercing it's okay. I get that mine is not as bold as the blue though
Yes but like all coloring, you will endup in a cycle that requires that you keep doing it. And it's also a way of screaming out please look at me I am different, give me some attention. Which rub some people the wrong way.