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April 19th, 2013 11:26 AM #116
April 19th, 2013 12:02 PM #118Senior Member
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Antoine being a hairdresser as a negative statement? Do you look down on male hairdressers? A lot of them are very successful. Look at Paul Mitchell! Pam and Linda's opinions are based on their experiences. Maybe they have run across a lot of Antoines in the beauty shop business. I personally know one! Also, why is being limp-wristed associated with being gay? There are plenty of straight men who are feminine. Why is it okay for women to be coined as "tom-boys," but as soon as a man is called feminine everyone gets offended? As you can see, everything is open to interpretation and these discussions can go on forever.
Yes, I agree that Pam and Linda's descriptions generalize, and I think all generalizations inherently contain a level of ignorance. And this is the case with every single name description on nameberry. If Pam and Linda start changing their descriptions based on feedback they get from their fans, then they might as well shut this whole thing down because then it's no longer their opinion, but the opinion of someone else. With that said, creating a section below their descriptions to incorporate the opinions of others may not be a bad idea.Hopeless romantic and proud momma of two princesses:
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April 20th, 2013 12:49 AM #120
They can share their opinion with out being offensive. Such as "Often seen on male hairdressers in our experiences." or something. Not "Your friendly neighbourhood hairdresser." they have no CLUE who my neighbourhood hair dresser is, it's a snarky comment and that's negative.
And that's not their worst comment anyways, it's one that I immediately remembered.
One definition on limp-wristed: literally means homosexual, as in you make your wrist limp when you talk and you say "OMG NO WAY" alot.
Yeah, how is that not offensive to homosexuals.
I don't understand why it's viewed as wrong to state opinions without being offensive, I really don't.
April 21st, 2013 12:15 PM #122
I don't see anything wrong with some of them. Some are kind of rude, though. I don't picture a flamboyantly gay man when I hear the name Lance.Madison, 14-year-old name nerd! My style is all over the place, my favorites change all the time.
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April 21st, 2013 04:14 PM #124Junior Member
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