Interesting discussion; and a reminder of how much bigger skin stuff and MUA and suchlike are than just places where trivial girly types hang out and natter pointlessly about pointless tat, compete on hoards, start fads and crazes, complain and bitch and whinge, be silly, and generally exemplify first-world problems and destroy any last vestige of feminist cred. Let alone basic common human dignity. There’s more to skin care than just keeping your skin stuck to your bones; though for some of us that’s already a tall order… There’s everything that’s going on under the skin, including in the mind; and there’s conversations about skin that reveal so much bare naked emotional truth about the interlocutors.
In the following, while there may be grounds for counter-trollism suspicion, there’s much to sympathize with on all sides.
That’s all. No further comment. Continue reading
See for example this recent exchange on the MUA Green Board (a little over a week ago): Continue reading
Well, now we have this:
Thanks to my MUA chums for passing on glad tidings of this cheeky little scrape of earlier today–I hesitate to call it an escapade, let alone a full-blown adventure… Continue reading
(updated, and updated again, somewhat later that evening…) Continue reading