By now it should be evident that Miley Cyrus is trying to push back the envelope on what is considered taboo or unacceptable when it comes to PDA, or I guess PDS (Public Displays of Sexuality). I also believe she’s trying to shock people, of course, in a grossly oversexed culture this is an increasingly difficult task. It is clear that Miley Cyrus likes to flaunt sexual things, but the real question is who likes Miley Cyrus? She places emphasis on sexual things, and how she likes to go through the motions, but does that make her sexy? It does make her a disgusting slime crawling pervert, but sexy?
I’m a married man, but that doesn’t mean the radar stops working when it comes to women. Married men still notice an attractive woman, even if he are not actively interested. The male awareness of beauty and attractive women can be described as a blip on the radar, or sonar. Imagine some WWII movie, with the circular screen, and the line going around from the center of the circle that goes PING every time a blip appears. That’s how it works. Well, Miley Cyrus isn’t even a blip on the radar.
When I see her it causes a sensation which is the opposite of attraction, which I would describe as revulsion and discomfort. I have determined that the main cause of this was her mostly shaven head, and what makes it more irritating is that she is trying to convince us that the shaved head is attractive, or that we should be attracted to it. This is a typical aspect of leftist behavior. Rather than embracing things that are natural, the left wants to rebel against the natural and redefine reality. Of course it is not possible to redefine reality, but the leftist mind does not live in reality it lives in a made up fantasy land where right is wrong and wrong is right, but they want everyone else to act as though their fantasies are reality. In other words, they want to tell you what to think, but I digress.
The fact is I don’t know any men who like women with shaved heads, or find it attractive. For me, Miley’s shaved head totally desexualizes her. A full head of hair is a natural indicator of health and vitality, and long hair accentuates a woman’s femininity. Femininity and health are two of the primary resources men are interested in when it comes to women. It’s instinctual. The stronger a woman projects femininity and vitality the more appeal she will have to men (conversely the more a woman projects deviance the less attractive she is). Even a woman with a mediocre face, like Miley, can be highly attractive if she projects a strong sense of femininity and health, but without that, forget about it.
What disturbs me more than Miley, however, is what seems to be the growing number of copy cats. First of all, copycatting someone else shows a lack of ingenuity and a weak sense of personal identity. Second, if you’re going to copy something then it’s not a good idea to copy something which is overtly ugly. Whoever said that a shaved headed woman was attractive to men? I know there are some men who have fetishes for that (none that I know personally), but those are the deviants, not the norm, and no traditional man will ever like that kind of rubbish hairstyle. If I had to venture a guess, the amount of men who like that is probably about the same percentage as those who are gay, maybe less. So because some men like men does that mean if you’re a woman you should go out and get surgery to look like a man? I hope not.
The shaved head is not attractive, mohawks are not attractive, and buzzcuts are not attractive. Shaving any part of a woman’s head invokes images of disease and POW camps, not vitality, health, or femininity. If you are a woman and thinking about shaving any part of your head, do not do it. It’s ugly. It doesn’t matter if Mily Cyrus or Rihanna did it. You are not Miley Cyrus or Rihanna. You have no celebrity aspect to even partially compensate for having a diseased looking haircut.
Rather than listening to the media and celebrities, you need to listen to what men want. I saw an article talking about buzz cuts and pixie cuts, claiming that they are “hot,” inspiring fads, sexy, etc., but men do not like those hairstyles. I don’t recommend short hair either. Some women can still look good with short hair, but they aren’t looking good because of it, they’re looking good in SPITE of it, and when they have long hair they always look better. Don’t listen to the stupid magazines, celebrity gossip, and whatever rubbish celebrities are doing. Ask men what they like, because at the end of the day men are your target demographic.
It doesn’t matter what gay men, celebrities, and fashion moguls are telling you. They aren’t your target audience. None of those people bother to ask men what they like. They would rather tell us what to like, and they want to suck you in so that you’ll spend money on their rubbish products. You need to come out of that culture.
Whenever I have this discussion with women in public forums I always catch flak for this FROM women. “Some women look good with..,” “I’m a hairstylist and..,” “My friend said..,” “You’re trying to force..,” “You’re sexist..,” “That’s only your opinion..,” “This is 20__,” “I have this friend and..,” STOP. Just back the truck up and stop it. Are you trying to market yourself to regular/real men, or gay men who work in fashion?
If you’re goal is to appeal to the smaller/more irrelevant demographic then don’t listen to me. If you want a regular or average man then you had better listen to what we are saying. If you want a wealthy man, which a lot of women do, then you had really better listen. Don’t expect to change men’s minds or nature with your shaved head, tattoos, tattered jeans, and whatever other stupid celebrity quirk you are trying to mimic.
I suspect that they are trying to do with the shaved head what they did with short hair in the 1920’s. In the 20’s they successfully introduced short hair on women. They never asked men if they liked it, they just did it, largely out of rebellion or to be edgy, but it was promoted by the celebrities of the day. Women did it on their own, and men were forced to deal with it due to the lack of options (Even so, those women were not shaving or buzz cutting.). Men allow a lot of things for the sake of peace when it comes to relationships. This is how it works, a woman may want to have X and Y, and if she doesn’t get them then she’s going to pitch a fit and the man knows it. For the sake of peace, the man may evaluate X and Y, and determine which of those he can bear more easily, so at the end of the day he allows her to engage in X as a compromise, and Y gets dropped. There is still some fit pitched over not having Y, but the level of retribution he receives is not nearly as bad as it would be if both X and Y were denied, and at least he does not have to put up with Y (which is a partial victory as he has deemed that Y was worse).
After one or two generations, the shorter hair on women would be considered normal, as the boys would have grown up not knowing anything else. However, some would still fantasize about other things, which is why it is worthwhile to look at the art from pulp fiction sci-fi magazines, which were designed to target the more imaginative and younger men of the 1940’s and 1950’s (Planet Stories, Startling Stories, Wonder Stories).
But what happened with short hair in the 1920’s, will not happen with shorter hair and shaved hair now, at least, not in any western countries. I will explain why:
First of all, when short hair (for women) appeared in the 1920’s it was novel, so basically it had the virtue of never having been tried. Furthermore, that program of short hair ran for about 40 years, so it is entirely played out. Second, during the 1920’s through the 1950’s western countries were largely homogenous. Meaning, they had large majorities of a monolithic culture which people identified strongly with. There were very few minorities, and such minorities as they had were more interested in assimilating with the dominant group than opposing it. People had a stronger sense of community, culture, and national identity. Only one specific demographic had to be targeted to sell anything at all.
Now when it comes to introducing radical new fashions and trends today, the process is far more difficult, even with the greater speed at which information can be exchanged. Why? Because now many different sub-cultures have to be targeted, it takes more than one vector to cause a trend.
The majority of immigrants we have coming now do not assimilate, and cling to their original culture, for better or worse. In the case of the bulk of third world immigration it is for the worse, but the fact is their culture is stronger than whatever fluff the liberals are trying to push. The 3rd worlders will take advantage of what the liberals are pushing when they have a use for it(welfare and citizenship), but they won’t conform and assimilate to white liberal culture any more than they will assimilate to traditional western culture. The more sophisticated and productive immigrants will recognize the gender bending and overly sexualized liberal culture for the rubbish that it is and disregard it.
When it comes to white people, there is a significant difference between generations (due to an increasingly large difference in upbringing over a relatively short amount of time), but also a difference between conservative and liberal, or right wing vs. left. What remains of traditional white America, has become increasingly jaded toward celebrities, media, and government, and we have grown increasingly unamenable to being told what to think or like. Most of the goofy celebrity trends are designed to target young white liberals, which is a shrinking demographic (in terms of proportion) due to low birthrates and high levels of immigration.
So let me recap and break it down:
If you are a woman, do not shave any part of your head. No you can’t force men to like what you like just because you want it. No that doesn’t make men misogynist or evil just because they don’t like something hideous. In fact if you try to force the issue then the forcefulness of your personality will be an additional strike against you.
It’s better if you don’t cut your hair short. The “pixie” cut is not attractive. It doesn’t matter if you name the haircut (incorrectly) after a mystical fairy creature. That doesn’t make it beautiful or feminize it. It’s still a man’s haircut. Slapping a cute label on an ugly thing doesn’t make the ugly thing less ugly.
How short is too short? That varies depending on the guy, but if a buzzer or razor is being used on any part of your head then your hair is probably too short. That’s a good place to start. Better to have longer hair, because you can appeal to a larger demographic of more traditional men, and contrary to the feminist dogma traditional men will take better care of a woman and also have more respect for women.
Yes, you can do whatever you want, but it’s going to lower your appeal. If you want to have a shaved head and tattoos, or whatever, then your boyfriend is probably going to be a girlfriend. Either that, or you will end up with some emaciated emotional guy who wears skinny jeans and has his eyes covered with bangs (maybe even wears lipstick). I know that there will be some woman who reads this and says “I look like that and my boyfriend looks like a sissy/queer!” As if one dubious exception disproves a generalization.
Also, you must bear in mind that men have more options now for marrying different races, cultures, and from different parts of the world. Back in the 40’s men had to choose from women in their local area, but now a man can get on the internet and strike up a relationship with a woman in China if he wants, completely circumventing the women in his local area. As the culture in the local area becomes more hostile and tepid, more men will choose the internet as their first option rather than their last ditch effort, and lots of women will be left out to dry.
In general, if you want to attract a man, you need to present yourself as a real woman. Don’t expect the culture to adjust to your weirdness, because the culture is becoming increasingly fragmented, which means that abstract fashions are far less likely than ever before to become trends.