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Are Women Lying When They Wear Makeup?

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In the US, there is a key word that many people value.  That word is authenticity.  In fact, many say that people send a ‘representative’ for the first six months of dating.  After six months, the real person shows up.  When you meet the real person, you understand why they remained hidden for six months.  Well, the same could be said about women who do not authentically present themselves in the dating market.

 

If sending a nice personality for six months is inauthentic, what do you call sending a person with caked on makeup?  Would that be a representative?  Why are so many women ashamed of their authentic selves?  When you think about it, the psychological implications are huge when women are ashamed to present themselves as they are.  For men, it means they have to sift through enormous amounts of inauthentic women before they finally find one who is confident enough to be themselves.

 

When you add fake nails, wigs, weaves, eyelashes, contacts and body augmentation, many women could appear to be clowns in costume.  Yet, those same women claim they only date real men.  How do men navigate such a dilemma?

 

Let’s get into it tonight.

 

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