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Boys wearing makeup
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I prefer my men without makeup, clean shaven, and dressed in men's clothing.
Done.

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It's fine when you're in the entertainment business, but in reality, unless you do it right, it just makes you look straight up gay.
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it doesnt matter.
who cares really.
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they can if they want, I dont see any reason for them to not wear any =P

and just to put my 2 cents in =S everyone! not all guys who put on make up are gay -___- the gay guys I know never wore make up, they knew how to apply it on other friends but thats about it 9_9
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I love guys in make-up, if they're trying to look feminine <3 But when it's those jock type of guys who put foundation or mascara on to look better to women, i'm really put off.
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I love guys who wear eyeliner or put on full drag make-up. Drag queens and cross-dressers can be really sexy.
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Takeruuuu! Yaaaay!
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I like guys who wear makeup. The more feminine-looking a guy is, the better. I don't like manly-looking people all that much, no matter what gender they are.
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yeh i agree
gay or emo

and it's hard to find a guy stage performer who isn't gay, or comes across as gay
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I don't know... it's just not normal for a guy to wear makeup. Unless he's an actor and he's shooting a scene or something. They always put makeup on actors.
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i doesnt matter, look at Visual Kei artists
and some cultures in my old country needs boys to wear make-ups
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If they're not actors, then I'll find it a bit peculiar if they have make up on them on a regular day
Posted 5/14/11
My younger less open minded self would probably have cringed at the thought but really if it works for celebrities why shouldn't normal guys indulge. Just remember everything in moderation, caking on the shit doesn't look good on anyone.
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When you say 'don't look gay' you're buying into a stereotype, when you say 'only dress a certain way' you're doing what you're told. Question everything, especially your own aesthetic sense of right and wrong.

Though I may be a bit biased, I love a man in a dress with some make up, maybe a good pair of heels...
Posted 5/14/11

Uh, yeah.... You see I have this thing called 'disposable pride'. Pay me enough money and I'll do anything for you. Including makeup. Otherwise no. I won't do anything for anyone unless they make it worth my time. Cheap? Well, I have to be.




MelodieLenora wrote:

I love guys who wear eyeliner or put on full drag make-up. Drag queens and cross-dressers can be really sexy.


I'm abit too rugged for makeup or even crossdressing. And, I'm not actually ashamed to say I have considered cosmetic surgery to make myself androgynous-- so I wear anything I'd damn well please, anytime I damn well please. I have personality traits of both genders anyways, and I'm more 'female' in spirit anyways, so I've always thought cosmetic surgery wouldn't be a 'bad' idea
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