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About Fauzi RassullFamously known as "Singapore’s Only Male Bitch", Fauzi Rassull, is a popular blogger among the affluent city-state’s fashionable youngsters. Out of the many advantages of blogging, the best is that Fauzi is able to use it as a platform to voice his opinions to million of netizens out there. He feel that there is no freedom of speech at all in the world he is living in. He’s left with no other option but to use his blog so that his thoughts can and will be heard
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MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS
Looks like people are worry about the 'pretty boy' trend here! Why is it that Singaporeans have issues after issues even if it doesn’t concern them?
Stereotyping is a sensitive issue in today's society not just in conservative Singapore in particular but also elsewhere. It literally exists in all shapes, forms and sizes. There are who are intolerant of other cultures. There are who practices double standards. Meaning, whatever a gender does, the opposite gender must NOT do (eg: makeup is not for boys etc. etc.). By the way, when was it ruled that makeup is only for girls?
Few months ago, I was featured in a malay tabloid for being a ''prettyboy'', remember?
You shouldn’t really care if a boy put on makeup.
You shouldn’t really care if a boy is so gay.
You shouldn’t really care with whatever a boy wears.
If girls can put on makeup, why not the boys? Most of us have this cliché way of belief that if a guy put on their freaking makeup, they are deemed to be gay. This is not the case. Everybody can do whatever they wish. One thing doesn't inevitably have to be related with the other. Get it?
What happened to liberty and individuality? If you hate it then don't even bother talking with that person. Can Singaporeans PLEASE BE LESS JUDGEMENTAL and for the life of god, MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS.
I understand the society sees makeup on guys as too girlie; however, I beg to differ. Don’t you think he would be an excellent partner knowing that he bothers about his looks? Yeah, this is not always being the case but you know what, I would somewhat spend the evening out with a pretty looking person who is wearing makeup, than have a night out with….. you know what I mean.
Frankly, I would murder anyone who is capable to give me a reasonable response to why guys shouldn't be wearing makeup. Rather, they just harass me with persistent criticism, by calling me a "pretty boy". Not boasting but people such as the ‘’pretty boys” are the beautiful human beings on earth as they give a bloody damn about how they look on the outside, but then again, what makes you think they can't be straight?
THE MORE YOU HATE IT, THE MORE I'M GONNA FLOOD BIG-ASS SIZED PHOTOS OF ME WITH MAKEUP HERE!
I don't get it what is so disgraceful about a boy in makeup nowadays. If it still annoys you, then clearly there's something not right since we have been disrespected in so many interesting ways. On the other hand, if it still makes you feel lack of self-confidence till you have an intention to cause pain or harm, then there is a necessary to fight against out there.
We are seeing more and more people with such a behaviour in our country and it's pretty saddening. As successful the country gets, the more disrespectful our people are becoming. Respect, peace, love and accepting people that is different and at the same time, learn from those differences. What's the point of repeatedly saying "Singapore is a harmonious society" now when we still have black sheeps like YOU everywhere who spoils the good intention of the country?
We are not capable of comparison. Why should people have to be of a specified standard? This is what a young individual is all about -- being real with ourselves. We like to express ourselves and lookout for our own uniqueness. It's a life-cycle and we don't see anything so strange about this.
Singaporeans, if you think its okay to throw generalizations and expect others to regard your stupid principle of behaviour, crack your brain and ask yourself if you're too good for nothing to remain alive!
TELL YOURSELF THAT IT'S OKAY FOR GUYS TO WEAR MAKEUP
=) Just saying…..