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Re: Media decolonization
« Reply #75 on: March 08, 2023, 07:30:16 pm »
"Not only did they get the face shapes, but they even got the clothing too."

Sure, but I consider getting the face shapes more important, as the bullies' inferior clothes could be attributed (as False Leftists are prone to do) to what they learned from society, whereas their inferior face shapes can only be attributed to their blood. So long as society continues to delusionally think of bullying as learned behaviour rather than simply the normal behaviour of bully bloodlines, we will never end bullying. The only way to end bullying is to eliminate the bloodlines that produce bullies.

"even though you mentioned how superior long hair was here"

I did no such thing:

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I hardly need to remind everyone that in pre-colonial times, long hair (including mullets!) was the American standard for males as well as females:

My point is that a society which considers long hair acceptable for males as well as for females is superior to a society which considers long hair acceptable for females but not for males.

To be clear, a society that considers long hair acceptable for both males and females is not superior to a society that considers long hair unacceptable for either males or females.

High sexual dimorphism is inferior. Low sexual dimorphism is superior. How the low sexual dimorphism is achieved is for different societies to decide (probably based on practical considerations such as humidity etc.).

See also:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/issues/dress-decolonization/msg4533/#msg4533

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I naively assumed that female soldiers had always been allowed to have buzz cuts. If buzz cuts are considered the most practical hairstyle for male soldiers, why not for female soldiers also?

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/issues/dress-decolonization/msg5858/#msg5858

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Ever since I was a child, I did not understand why women's clothes did not have pockets while men's clothes did. Either pockets are a good idea, in which case they should be used by everyone, or they are a bad idea, in which case they should be used by no one.

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/issues/dress-decolonization/msg7599/#msg7599

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Either bikini bottoms are more efficient, in which case men should also wear them, or else shorts are more efficient, in which case women should also wear them.

"Wouldn't you mind short hair"

Of course not! I myself have promoted short hair in the past:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/issues/psychological-decolonization/msg13653/?topicseen#msg13653

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