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Youtube Channel: Eiza0
Consoles Owned: Playstation 3, PC
Video Games Played: Vindictus, CABAL Online, Dragon Nest, Dungeon Fighter, RuneScape, Call of Duty, Battlefield 3, Soul Calibur 5
PSN: Eiza_Borealis
Interests: Drawing, Writing, Programming, Psychology, Science
Date Signed Up:8/24/2010
Last Login:7/25/2014
Location:Virginia
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User avatar #87 - itemexchange (11/20/2013) [-]
i think he summerized a lot of the fight
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'my brewer saved this document'

no it did not ha ha ha ha
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User avatar #69 - Maroon (11/18/2013) [-]
With a decent collection of dolls and even having posters in his room, you can probably assume it was one of the annoying cunts leaning heavily towards mental retardation.
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duuude, i'm just looking back to the waaaaaay older posts because there aren't any new ones, and i saw your comment. just wanted to share ma thoughts
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User avatar #153 - McFuckUp (11/07/2013) [-]
Well clearly some watery tart threw a sword at him.
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Oh man, I read it in their voices...
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#135 - Both genders can just keep a note of their diet and just don't… 11/05/2013 on built like a brick shithouse 0
#131 - You don't have to carry a purse around and you can just dress … 11/05/2013 on built like a brick shithouse 0
#98 - What makes you say that men aren't pressured as much? Both gen…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/04/2013 on built like a brick shithouse 0
#127 - helenwheels (11/05/2013) [-]
You don't understand.

The ideal male form is achievable by exercise.
The ideal female form, for most people is not. And is only achievable by diet which is not always healthy.

On every TV channel there is a makeup or shampoo add. Always marked toward girls. On every street corner there is a poster for weight loss, more often than not with a woman as the model for it.

People have the right to do whatever the shit they need to feel confident but there is a very specific range in which women are told they can feel confident in.
Pic related an ideal world.
User avatar #141 - deepgreen (11/05/2013) [-]
You're making it sound as if any guy who does some exercises gets the ideal male body... male models and bodybuilders in general have to work their asses of to get their physique and even then it's not enough. Both female and male ideal are determined by genetics and imo the male variant is a lot harder to achieve than the female. Girls just need to do cardio, eat properly and perhaps do some light weightlifting for definition (if they're really into it). Not to mention many girls are just born with a great looking body which they only need to maintain by not becoming overweight. Guys aren't born with excessive, great looking muscles, you have to work to get them.



Also, if you're a girl and you want bigger breasts, you can get breast surgery. If you're a male, there's no surgery to give you muscles. If you're a girl you can use make-up to hide imperfections in your face. Guys can't use make-up without being called gay.
User avatar #135 - Eiza (11/05/2013) [-]
Both genders can just keep a note of their diet and just don't eat a ton. Women don't have to have muscle, they just don't have to eat a bunch of junk. Though exercise helps too, a balanced diet is fine. I have yet to meet or hear of anyone thinking that anorexia looked good. And if someone does think that way, they're messed up in the head.

I've seen a few shampoo ads for men, but not as many as women. I think that's because women tend to grow their hair out more than men and shampoo is important in keeping it looking nice and not tearing, splitting, etc.

I haven't seen any guys wearing makeup before on a day-to-day basis, so it's only natural that makeup is marketed to women. But you still don't have to wear it, and young women/girls don't need it anyway. As people get older, the makeup helps, but it's totally unnecessary until someone is, I'd say, 35 or older.

The range that women are limited to is only as small as they let it be. The feminism that fights for equality on things like this is the kind that I back up, because I think that women shouldn't have to think they don't look pleasant just because they aren't starving themselves or wearing makeup constantly. Nothing changes if you just complain, though. You've got to practice what you preach.
User avatar #119 - dtox (11/05/2013) [-]
I just don't see men as being just as pressured as women when it comes to how they look, especially when our morning routines have like a 30 minute to an hour difference, and how countless women carry around their own personal holding bag (you know, purses) that often contain everything from makeup kits to lipsticks, whereas you'll have the occasional guy who carries around a razor or maybe some body spray.
User avatar #131 - Eiza (11/05/2013) [-]
You don't have to carry a purse around and you can just dress normal. No one is forcing you to do anything like that. The only real prepping you have to do is put on clean clothes and make sure your hair is tidy. Nothing else. Just because popular people in society say you should spend money on looking like they think you need to look doesn't mean you need to. It's all completely unnecessary.

I keep coming back to this, but I honestly think that the reason men don't take as long to, say, get ready for anything as women do, is because we aren't quite as picky. That's a bit sexist, but women try very hard to look impressive while guys will just pick out random clothes and throw 'em on. It's very nice that women will go to those lengths to look neat, but it's not necessary at all.

But I suppose we were raised differently, so where you are, the people might have been molded so much that they'll pick on you if you don't look a certain way. I hate that, but I've seen it happen when I've gone somewhere outside my home city. But from my perspective, all of the pressure that women seem to be experiencing is brought on by corporations giving them crap for not using their products.
#80 - That's not really a big issue, though. Women don't have to do …  [+] (8 new replies) 11/04/2013 on built like a brick shithouse 0
User avatar #86 - dtox (11/04/2013) [-]
perhaps that's what you yourself have experienced in your personal life, with friends and family who think along the same lines.

I was going to make another point, but really helenwheels puts it aptly, which is the fact that you can't look anywhere in media, especially not in the volumes upon volumes of magazines that are read by millions of people (especially here in america), that displays woman being anything but thin with cleanly skin who have immaculate hair.

And, again, men DO have similar standards, but they're just not to the same degree as those that are set for women.
#179 - bustermustang (11/05/2013) [-]
The bottom line is that you can look like whatever you want no matter how much pressure is on you. You can choose to or you can choose not to. You can sink or swim but yelling at the ocean wont help
User avatar #98 - Eiza (11/04/2013) [-]
What makes you say that men aren't pressured as much? Both genders have pressure on them by the media while the population doesn't really seem to care too much.
For women:
- Apparently anorexia is attractive in some way
- Makeup to look superfluously pretty
- Perfume to smell nice (I'll admit, I like this one)
- Lingerie of varying sorts
- Having silky smooth hair
- Hair should preferably be long
- If it isn't long, has to be styled
- Breast implants
Add more if I missed some

For men
- Gotta be muscled up
- Not too bulked, though
- Low body fat to show off those muscles
- No body hair/low amounts of it
- Long hair is almost always a no-go
- Facial hair has to be kept trimmed a certain way
- Cologne to smell nice (I dislike most colognes, which makes me think that women dislike most perfumes)
I'm not sure if there's more for men or not, especially regarding clothes and accessories.

It seems to be simplified into women needing to be thin and have nice skin, and men having to be thin but also muscled up.

I and all of the other guys (and some girls) that I've met all agree that if both genders just don't eat a ton of food and thus maintain a normal weight, while also just wearing normal casual clothes, men and women both look perfectly fine. The more I think about it, the more I'm starting to think that the media and big corporations are pressuring people rather than average every-day people themselves. But you're right, there's a ton of pressure on women. I think there's a bunch on men regarding fitness as well, but it doesn't go noticed too much because, like a said, men don't really care.
#127 - helenwheels (11/05/2013) [-]
You don't understand.

The ideal male form is achievable by exercise.
The ideal female form, for most people is not. And is only achievable by diet which is not always healthy.

On every TV channel there is a makeup or shampoo add. Always marked toward girls. On every street corner there is a poster for weight loss, more often than not with a woman as the model for it.

People have the right to do whatever the shit they need to feel confident but there is a very specific range in which women are told they can feel confident in.
Pic related an ideal world.
User avatar #141 - deepgreen (11/05/2013) [-]
You're making it sound as if any guy who does some exercises gets the ideal male body... male models and bodybuilders in general have to work their asses of to get their physique and even then it's not enough. Both female and male ideal are determined by genetics and imo the male variant is a lot harder to achieve than the female. Girls just need to do cardio, eat properly and perhaps do some light weightlifting for definition (if they're really into it). Not to mention many girls are just born with a great looking body which they only need to maintain by not becoming overweight. Guys aren't born with excessive, great looking muscles, you have to work to get them.



Also, if you're a girl and you want bigger breasts, you can get breast surgery. If you're a male, there's no surgery to give you muscles. If you're a girl you can use make-up to hide imperfections in your face. Guys can't use make-up without being called gay.
User avatar #135 - Eiza (11/05/2013) [-]
Both genders can just keep a note of their diet and just don't eat a ton. Women don't have to have muscle, they just don't have to eat a bunch of junk. Though exercise helps too, a balanced diet is fine. I have yet to meet or hear of anyone thinking that anorexia looked good. And if someone does think that way, they're messed up in the head.

I've seen a few shampoo ads for men, but not as many as women. I think that's because women tend to grow their hair out more than men and shampoo is important in keeping it looking nice and not tearing, splitting, etc.

I haven't seen any guys wearing makeup before on a day-to-day basis, so it's only natural that makeup is marketed to women. But you still don't have to wear it, and young women/girls don't need it anyway. As people get older, the makeup helps, but it's totally unnecessary until someone is, I'd say, 35 or older.

The range that women are limited to is only as small as they let it be. The feminism that fights for equality on things like this is the kind that I back up, because I think that women shouldn't have to think they don't look pleasant just because they aren't starving themselves or wearing makeup constantly. Nothing changes if you just complain, though. You've got to practice what you preach.
User avatar #119 - dtox (11/05/2013) [-]
I just don't see men as being just as pressured as women when it comes to how they look, especially when our morning routines have like a 30 minute to an hour difference, and how countless women carry around their own personal holding bag (you know, purses) that often contain everything from makeup kits to lipsticks, whereas you'll have the occasional guy who carries around a razor or maybe some body spray.
User avatar #131 - Eiza (11/05/2013) [-]
You don't have to carry a purse around and you can just dress normal. No one is forcing you to do anything like that. The only real prepping you have to do is put on clean clothes and make sure your hair is tidy. Nothing else. Just because popular people in society say you should spend money on looking like they think you need to look doesn't mean you need to. It's all completely unnecessary.

I keep coming back to this, but I honestly think that the reason men don't take as long to, say, get ready for anything as women do, is because we aren't quite as picky. That's a bit sexist, but women try very hard to look impressive while guys will just pick out random clothes and throw 'em on. It's very nice that women will go to those lengths to look neat, but it's not necessary at all.

But I suppose we were raised differently, so where you are, the people might have been molded so much that they'll pick on you if you don't look a certain way. I hate that, but I've seen it happen when I've gone somewhere outside my home city. But from my perspective, all of the pressure that women seem to be experiencing is brought on by corporations giving them crap for not using their products.
#76 - Huh. That's a good point, actually. I don't think I've ever se…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/04/2013 on built like a brick shithouse +1
User avatar #84 - helenwheels (11/04/2013) [-]
A year ago I would have agreed with your original statement. But there is more pressure on women for sure. That's why makeup is marketed to girls.

It might be just be biological though and my complaining about it is ridiculous because its just nature. But it just occurred to me that traditionally TV writers and artists have been men and they have their biology.
User avatar #100 - dtox (11/04/2013) [-]
We're biologically programmed to pursue what we perceive as being the most desirable traits in a companion. This perception has been manipulated in a number of ways, including being simulated (such as through the use of makeup and certain products that give a pleasant odor, as cleanliness and good smell indicate a healthy specimen), as well as having been changed all together (if a certain characteristic of the body is generally regarded as a positive aspect by a great enough number of individuals, it will ultimately become a standard in the social structure).

some examples of these changes/differences include how small penises were favorable in greek society (when today in american society men gloat about having big dicks), as well as the thought of liking breasts that are large is a laughable concept for people in many african countries.
#60 - And really I don't see why women are so uptight about it. Most… 11/04/2013 on built like a brick shithouse +4
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