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The reason the makeup debate is insoluble is that it's not yours to solute.The choice to wear makeup is no choice at all, I know you think you came to it on your own but you live in America, you don't make free choices here, freedom is a brand." and I do not minimize the individual accomplishment of a woman becoming a Senator. One of the Yay-Women senators suggested that the government would benefit from all the makeup because "women's styles tend to be more collaborative," and at the exact same moment she repeated the conventional wisdom's horrendous banality she simultaneously got married to the head of a lobbying firm. The problem isn't with women in the Senate, but rather its celebration, which these dummies blindly participate in.Is it putting on a face for the American public, the way the first face I see on Goldman Sachs's website is a black woman? She's probably proud, she should be proud, that she made it to GS, but for the rest of blacks and women, what is the significance?When will you stop "requiring" it, like when you say, "oh, she's so pretty even without makeup" as if the default was makeup?
"But I wasn't looking for those articles, I just stumbled on them." Exactly.
This works in reverse, too, take a field traditionally XX-only, like nursing, and, huh, what do you know-- at the time where nursing is more powerful than it has ever been, there are also more XY in it than ever. "I'm not gay." Easy, Focker, no one was implying anything.
I know to a woman it must feel good, "yay, I'm a Senator!
That women are finally brave enough to run, or America is brave enough to hire them?
It's not like the Capitol Building was turning them away, so why is this important?