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Some thoughts here. Men are allowed to wear make-up and ask questions about it. As such, the comment implying that a 'cross-dressing male' should not post a makeup selfie has been deleted. (That was the truly offensive comment in that thread.) Jon is allowed to use his downvotes however he likes. His comment might not be well-written and it therefore comes ...


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Courtesy of @OrigamiRobot on Arqade:


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I agree that there's a problem there. And I'm all too aware that that a man opining on what is and isn't sexist is about as useful as... well, say voting down on something since you can't personally opine on it. But here's my take: Down-voting because you're "in a group unlikely to come up with a good [answer]" seems wildly out of line with how votes ...


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Your question was off-topic because it wasn't looking for a hackish solution. Buying a cable is not a hack.


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I think the gender of the person asking the question should be completely irrelevant, I know plenty of men who wear makeup... That said I think a big part of the negative response to that question was that in it's original form it wasn't very good and it was closed after about 2 hours. I think several users assumed that the original question was of low ...


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Wow I am honored to have the comment deleted and a meta thread about it. First things first. When you delete a comment and want to discuss it, quote the whole comment, not your truncated version. You were not down voted because of gender, the question was bad, it seemed to me you manufactured the post. If the post had been posted under a female named it ...


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