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Josh-D. S. Davis

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So, I think America is sort of like other veiled societies.

It's just the veils are different.

So many women are afraid to go outside without 1 to 12 layers of makeup.

Quick. Hide yourself.

I know, different reasons, somewhat, but it's still about hiding in some regards.

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I'm happy to say that I only like teh womenz that look good without makeup.

I don't think I've ever dated a girl that wore foundation.

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Hrmmm Intaresteeng.

I agree duders.

Veils serve a very different purpose than make-up. Granted, they both essentially "mask", but make-up is designed to enhance. On the other hand, veils drape and disguise femininity; in some cases creating a shadow of a person. It is debated amongst Muslims scholars if the veil is liberating or oppressive.

I agree. I thought about adding that, but I was late for an appointment. :)

I think the oppressiveness of veils would depend on the environment. It definitely helps remove some of the sexual tension aspect of intergender interactions.

To some extent, being more attractive is used by some women as an unfair advantage, tying into subconscious weaknesses. For others, it's to hide because the feel unrefined without.

Haha, if I ever set foot outside of the house with even mascara on, you know it's a special occasion.

Jess = lazy, no makeup, ever. :P

Yah, but you're a natural hottie. :)

Makeupwise, I'm speaking stereotypically. Expecially in Dallas, but you know, all over.

I hardly ever wear anything. When I do, it's only lipstick. I used to do the whole makeup thing in hs, but I never did the full thing, with the base and blush and all. Don't get it. Have better things to do with my time that paint myself up. Plus, if you want someone to want you, it'd be awful to have to worry what he'll think when he sees the "real" you.

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