Blog reader Anthony left a link to a truly mind-boggling story: Top model Emily Ratajkowski, whose lips are absolutely not fake, bragged online about becoming the ‘face’ of cosmetics brand Kerastase. She wrote that “hair is a fundamental part of beauty, femininity, and identity”. You may think that this is a perfectly innocuous statement, but boy would you be wrong if you thought that. A rabid mob descended on her that was about as level-headed as the mob that went after me when I wrote about Jordan Peterson not paying his affiliates.
Here’s a screenshot for starters:
Isn’t that lovely?
Immediately the permanently offended spewed their hatred. I don’t even want to quote them because those people were so incredibly stupid. Here’s the link, though: People Are Pissed About One Of Emily Ratajkowski’s Latest Instagram Posts.
Just like “body positive” people claim that you can be sexy and beautiful even if you’re morbidly obese, those deranged people claim that a woman can be beautiful and feminine even if she’s lost her hair or if she has shitty hair. Would they also claim that a guy who is broke, poor, and obese can be as sexy and masculine as the buff billionaires they fantasize about? For added effect, the SJWs cite examples like women who undergo chemotherapy. Sometimes you wonder how dumb people can be. I mean, not those people, they are perfectly normal and well-adjusted, obviously, and most certainly light up any room they enter.
There is a very good reason why hair is essential for female beauty: it signals youth and health. If you see a young woman with long beautiful hair that is long enough to cover her firm breasts, you know that she’s very healthy as her hair took many years to grow. Looking at her hair is about as good as sending her to a doctor for an endocrine screen or asking for her medical records. If her hair looked shitty, she’d not be in great health. Conversely, if her hair looks great, she’s in great health. You’re tapping into millions of years of evolution, buddy, which is why you are immediately attracted.
The claim that a woman who has lost her hair because of chemotherapy is still beautiful and feminine is quite a stretch. If you’re undergoing chemo, then chasing after members of the opposite sex is probably not your topmost priority anyway. For the sake of the argument, let’s assume that this was the case. You go to a club and spot a group of girls at the bar. Those who are young and beautiful have long and healthy hair, but they also have a girl with them who has very short hair and who looks really haggard. How will you react to her? You may pity her, but you probably don’t want to hook up with her. This is hypothetical anyway because she’s likely too weak to even make it to a club.
The fact that hair is a mirror of the health of a woman is also a reason why older women tend to have shorter hair. As they get older their bodies get weaker, which means they get sick more often, which means that their hair will reflect that fact. Because long shitty hair would look rather unattractive, they prefer shorter haircuts. But, hey, if SJWs only screamed loud enough, then maybe some men could get shamed into giving half their assets to any woman, no matter how unattractive.
In the end, Kerastase cave in, by the way:
I wonder when they will realize that the feminazis they are trying to appease aren’t going to buy their products anyway.
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