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So this happened

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oh how the roles and opinions have changed when it comes to a young boy

DAILY MAIL READERS, LADIES AND GENTS

FYI, when it first happened with the girls, everyone was calling their parents unfit to raise children, and the girls were being called narcissistic and fame hungry cause they had their picture taken for news, while with the boy, everyone was so quick to jump to his and his family’s defense, calling it a smart haircut, and his hairstyle none of anyone’s business.

I just wonder. When did hair become more important than education?

and then 10 years pass, these girls grow up and people have the audacity to turn around and fuckin wonder why girls become so obsessed with appearance and cosmetics and shit like that. because from a very young age people harp on little girls about how they SHOULD look, instead of other important shit like ..oh i dunno.. going to school and getting an education regardless if you have a supposed “boy” haircut

Take me back to Ghostfest already.

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