Makeup and getup will not keep you up. Please admit to it now so that we can keep it moving. What bothers some the most is what they think others might think about them. When you think this way, you are not going to be comfortable with yourself. And those who this bothers the most will try to change things about themselves, even things that cannot or should not be changed. So, they spend loads of time and money on how they look, how they dress, and right down to how they walk and talk.
Time and money indeed are important, but not as important as your health. And some of the things are putting the people who do them at risk. So it is no wonder when you look at how some are criticized and joked about.
The talkers can get very personal and nasty. And it may very well reflect, as I suspect, on what they think about themselves. They focus on those aspects of your person that are easy to attack. When it comes right down to it, it is just superficial. But it bothers us, nonetheless. And the only change that you can make is not really change at all. Yes, making these critical remarks with malicious intent has become acceptable—it is everywhere. In casual conversation, in movies that we see, in magazines, and even in some of the books we read, there it is.
She has a big nose; he has a tiny dick. What about those ears and look at those itty-bitty titties. “She ain’t got no butt.” It is no wonder that anxiety, low self-esteem, and insecurity are at an all-time high. If you are the one doing it or if it is being done to you, there is a problem. And the problem is how “you” think. You, as in whoever you are that think in this way.
Well, let the discussion begin. And what better place to start than where the most money and time is spent. That would be the purchase and use of makeup. Though I do not have to say it, I will. A Change in makeup will not change who you are. The Self, which is who we really are, is our true makeup. It is the soul of a person, it is who we are, and it does not change. Not all of those look “pretty products” is what you need. An overhaul of how you think will change how you feel, and that is what you need. How you feel will change how you act and view the world around you.
Do not let how you look speak for you. It is a compliment to who you are, nothing more.
Makeup and a getup (an outfit) will not keep you up. For when how you act does not match your inner Self, it creates pressure on you. You then have to try to act the way you look. The Self can only come out when the outside is inside. So then, how you feel depends on how you look, and it grows with time, and each day as one age, the “look” is harder to maintain. It Is How You Think that does not allow you to be the real you. You have done too much when what you do cause you to act and look like who you are not. If I knew you and now could barely tell who you are, and you do not look and act like the person I knew, you have gone too far. Or is it that I did not know you at all.
How will I know who it will be when I see you again when you are changing your face as often as you are changing your mind. And it is all based on how you think you look and what you think others think about you. Feeling this way opens your mind to let the messages come in from the “beauty industry,” You then become prey to their marketing schemes. You do not need all that they are telling you that you do. And let me remind you before I forget. The “you” I talk about is not you unless it is you. So, take no offense if it is not you who you see. It very well could be someone you know.
Women in the United States spend over 8 billion dollars a year on cosmetics, which is almost as much spent on food. And they are now taking increasingly drastic measures to alter their appearances through surgical means. Money spent on cosmetic surgery and non-surgical aesthetic procedures is increasing drastically among all women, including younger women and Women of Color. It is not complicated to me why. Women and young girls (as young as four) have been conditioned to think that it is necessary to cover up to look pretty. Is any part of this true? I think not.
We do want to attract and be attractive to the opposite sex. Well, here is the way it is with men and what they believe. That is if they are one of the reasons why. And we know that they are. Men believe, and I should know, some is better than none if makeup is what you want to do. And if so, less would be the best. The more makeup you put on, the more his mind will change when you take it off. Real men want the real you. They know you are in there somewhere.
Beauty is not all it is “made up” to be, or is it. A Change in makeup will not change who you are. Do not measure yourself against the “pretty” women you see in the magazines. You do not know what their parts are made of, and Photoshop is a hell of a program.
Just look below for some of the things that can result when you are trying for that look: The make-believe world of beauty where you can be as pretty as you want to be. Beware of the warning signs ahead.
1. Insecurity and Low Self-esteem
2. Jealousy and Envy
3. False Pride
5. Anorexia and bulimia
6. Anxiety and Depression
7. Expense (cost of makeup and cover up)
8. Skin Cancer
9. Breakups and Divorce (when looks change, as they surely will)
10. Rejection (yes, even some are disappointed with their new baby’s looks)
I am not letting anyone, male, female, young, or old, off the hook. Americans, in total, spent a whopping $48.3 billion on cosmetics and other beauty products in 2019.
Genital Discrimination and Body Image
Just as with looks and beauty, now our genitals are the cause of restless nights and insecure feelings. At this point, the men of the world seem to be the main focus of this ridicule than women. Finally, though, the girls and women are catching up. And they are becoming increasingly concerned about the size and overall appearance of their vagina. But their private parts are getting nowhere near the attention that the little dick is getting. The little dick jokes are hard, no pun intended, to avoid. So, I can see why some men are now paying attention and finding all of this to be a “little” much. It is undoubtedly affecting how they see themselves.
Women may assume that men prefer that they wear makeup and do all the other things they do. But men do not have to guess what women want. They make it quite clear; they want a large penis. Is this genital discrimination, or is this what some, if not most, females need. What they just have to have, nothing smaller than large, will do.
Just what does it mean to discriminate? The New Oxford American Dictionary describes it as the unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people or things, esp. on the grounds of race, age, or sex. Since genital discrimination is our subject and the word sex is included in our first definition, let’s talk about sex for a moment. Listed below is a definition of sex from the same source.
Chiefly with reference to people, sex is sexual activity, including specifically sexual intercourse. He enjoyed talking about sex. She didn’t want to have sex with him. With that said, what are genitals? The word is defined as a person or animal’s external organs of reproduction. But, of course, we know that they are not always used for reproduction, which brings us closer to what this all seems to mean, it is about size. And this, I guess you can say, is bringing it home to men. The penis enhancement industry not heard of just a few years ago is now a multi-billion-dollar business. It is large and is growing, no pun intended. And men who may at one time felt secure in their manhood now are filled with anxiety.
Some of the methods that men are using to enlarge their penis are dangerous and life-threatening. And need I say, it is a waste of money, does not work and most of all, not necessary. If the person you are with feels that a big penis is needed and you do not have one, you are with the wrong person. There is a mismatch. You must find a smaller vagina or a larger mind.
Are the penis put-downs and jokes just a means of getting back at men, or are true feelings involved and size matter? Why is it fashionable to joke at the expense of men with a “less than large” penis? It seems that women, and some men, find pleasure in their small penis put down. How many good men are passing them by because of their attitude? I suppose—though—they have found what they believe to be their best weapon against men and the biggest put down. And yes, with both man and woman there is large, small and everything in between so what is with this. You be the judge.
Here is a quote from an online article by a female writer. “The “flaws” of women are often used as fodder for jokes, gossip, and plain old bullying and mean-spiritedness.” So, why not admit it now that similar put-downs apply as well for men.
Ask your SELF if you need all of this, and the honest answer will be no. The “beauty industry” marketing machine has told you that you do. And the single and only purpose is to separate you from your money. Damage to the skin or body is rightly a candidate for concealment. Makeup, when applied, should be to enhance, not conceal, and most certainly not to “create” a “new person.”
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Just what are we doing to us, or more appropriately, why do we find it so hard to be human. The beauty industry has convinced us that we are not good enough the way we are. Instead, we seem to have this desire to be who we are not. And increasingly, what we are not.