Saturday, March 1, 2008

TZ Doctrine tenet #1a: Honor Rapunzel

A woman shorn is a woman stripped of desire and desirability and most of everything else.

March is Female History Month, and in honor of this, I am focusing my blog on the TZ doctrine concerning women. I do not like women as much as anything else I like, but that does not mean that I am a misogynist. The allure of the female sex is at stake. Women must wear the hair long, not short.

Less is not always more, and that is so true with hair length. It is a myth that short hair is better than long hair on women. It may appear to be true, but the reverse of the myth is actually true. The truth is that short hair is for men and children, and long hair is for women. The perceived disadvantages of long hair can be easily overcome without having to lose the long hair. I am not saying that long hair is better than short hair just because it looks better, but because I am telling you the big picture of this argument. Women (especially Chinese women) must not fashion themselves after men; that is immoral and unscriptural. It conflicts with Deuteronomy 22:5. Therefore, women must keep their locks. For a woman, long hair is about being honest with oneself, and loving and honoring oneself, and short hair is about cheating with oneself, and hating dishonoring oneself. Long hair allows a woman to be her true self and liberates her from transient and deceptive fashions. Women with short hair pretend to be something they are really not. Long hair is like acceptance of nature, and short hair is like rejection of nature.

We are living in the age of the Lost Rapunzel Generation. It is a shame that far too many young women have given in to the hideous short hair trend, thus chopping off their locks in the name of fashion; thus that fashion trend is hideous, destructive, divisive, unfeminine, and immoral. It is a shame that far too many young women wear their hair boyishly short and that there are far too few women with super long hair. Far too many women have been talked into short hair. I am growing more and more tired of women chopping off their locks. I have witnessed it on the job and in the media. I have observed it in the media and on the Internet for years, and it is a great shame. What is worse is that the mainstream fashion media, including many fashion Web sites, message board users, YouTube, hair fashion magazines, and makeover shows, falsely advocate short hair for women. When use the search engine on women's hair length, what I may expect is sites or comments that favor or advocate short hair (let alone boyish hairstyle or shaved head) for women. That material is based on myths. I strongly disapprove of female haircutting and headshaving, and advocation of such practice. I will one day crackdown on such fashion practice on behalf of men who love women with long hair; I do not believe in romantic love any way. It is time for the fashion industry to change its attitude toward very long hair for women.

For thousands of years, all around the world, women have been known for their beauty and very long hair. Very long hair on women was highly praised until World War I. Time was spent on washing and drying that beautiful long hair in various ways. In recent times, since World War I, women have been going for progressively shorter styles, going from below knee length, to waist length, then to chin length (or bob), then finally to boyish hairstyles, which is an unmitigated disaster. This will change one day, when women will go back to the hair lengths they had before World War I.

With the advent of the industrial revolution, the idea of short hair for women dates back to the 1920s, 50 years before I was born, and it is still going on today. At first, it was revolutionary and embraced by the rich leisure class while rejected among the conservatives as daring, and it eliminated the emphasis on hair and shifted it to facial features. Also there was the freeing of the body, thus being unbound to the corsets that deformed the body and deterred correct breathing and digestion. In the 1930s and 1940s, short hair on women gained popularity among the more conservative and predominant middle-class and lower-class. During the Great Depression, when women began to get their real mark into the workforce, short hair was then necessary. As cultural shifts progressed through the late 20th century, boyish hairstyles, originally associated with counter-cultural movements, again challenged the definition of female beauty and what constitutes it. Today, in the early 21st century, very short hair became the norm for women of all ages, even vicenarians (or those in their 20s), and that hair length is no longer held to be a sign of gender identity. Instead, this practice has gone mainstream in the name of fashion, career, and myths of practicality. Hair length then became a matter of personal preference rather than common sense. However, this causes gender confusion, which eventually leads to societal collapse. Therefore, societies are worse off with the aforementioned cultural shifts of the 20th century. Millions of women, especially in North America and Great Britain, have been deceived to cut off their beautiful long tresses, becoming increasingly indistinguishable from their male counterparts. Therefore, the female sex is losing its allure, thus alienating the male sex and dividing mankind. As part of my political agenda, these cultural shifts of the 20th century will be reversed throughout the 21st century. The practice of short hair for women will come to an end, because it is divisive and eventually leads to societal collapse.

Many people assume that short hair is chic, sleek, and versatile. They believe that short hair is more versatile. Many people believe that mothers, women over 30, and professional women should have short hair. When there is advice on women's fashion, many times it favors short hair. They think long hair is pathetic, unsanitary, impractical, or even dangerous. Usually when a woman goes from long to short, it happens to be difficult to think about returning to long.

I am not going against short hair for women just because most men find it less attractive, but because of a more real reason. One thing is that short hair and trousers symbolize adherence to feminist dogma, which is destructive and divisive. It is said that a short hair cut will change a person. This practice will more likely have a negative effect on the woman's personality. Women who opt to go short will regret their decision later in life. Many women cut their hair short mostly on frivolous grounds. An alarming rate of women have been rushing to the salon to chop off their beautiful long tresses on frivolous grounds. Impending motherhood is a frivolous reason for going from long to short

These teachings are erroneous. Those who favor or advocate short hair for women were brainwashed. The truth is that long hair is the only way to go for women, especially Chinese and Indian women, regardless of face shape and physique. Short hair is overrated, and it is a curse for women. It is not the female way. A short hairstyle will curse a woman, and it will be immoral. Especially for Indian women and women of East Asian descent. Also, I prefer super long hair, such as knee length, on women, but super long hair is massively underrated and got a very bad rap. Jesus' mother Mary is a model of how women should fashion themselves; Mary wore her hair long and wore a dress. Some erroneously believe that super long hair is unattractive, but that idea started in the 1900s. I do not support that message at all. Super long hair is nothing new, and it was the cultural norm for women in America before World War I. I believe that super long hair is the most attractive hairstyle ever, and that longer is better. Anyone who thinks the opposite in this case is evil. Henceforth, short hair fans are evil. I personally prefer super long hair on non-African-American women, and I love it. Contrary to what we might expect and what many women and the media believe, super long hair is actually low-maintenance. The advantages of long hair outweigh the disadvantages. Therefore, grow your hair long!

Millions of women have been deceptively talked into short hair. Their passion and desire for long hair have been sabotaged by so-called "beauty experts" (or givers of false fashion advice) The idea of short hair for women is not only condoned, but it is also promoted. It has been promoted in magazines, makeover shows, and, of course, the Internet. I have observed this idea of several fashion sites, in message boards, and at YouTube. The short hair styles that makeover shows give those clients are too trendy and high-maintenance. There should be no more of that long hair being made over to short hair, and no more makeover shows that frown upon long hair.

It is a myth that long hair is very heavy and causes headaches. Haircutting is not the answer, although it may appear to be so. Long hair itself does not cause headaches. Hair is part of your body, not your brain. Headaches are just a mere excuse to cut off one's long hair. Ponytails might cause headaches to some women. Long hair weighs in a manner of ounces. This necessitation for haircutting can be debunked

I am sick of those advices saying "lose the long hair" or "short hair is better." Those advices are false and dangerous. I am sick of that article at "Brotherly Advice for Asian Women", which tells you to "lose the long hair." That "Lose the Long Hair" section is dangerous, demeaning, divisive, destructive, and deceptive. Long hair is highly and sadly underrated. The fashion industry is a mess. Long hair is not tacky or dangerous. It is aesthetic. Short hair is massively overrated, and it is not really aesthetic. They have been far too many young women with short hair and not enough women with very long hair. For that "Brother Advice for Asian Women", Asian women look excellent with long hair, and they look embarrassingly unattractive with short hair, and seemingly indistinguisable from the male counterparts with boyish haircuts. Super long hair is very popular in China and India, countries where daughters are often unwanted. One day, I will try to crackdown on this short hair madness. There have been too many makeover shows that discourage long hair. The reasons these shows give in this regard are frivolous. It is time to change that. Long hair never goes out of style. The short hair styles forced upon otherwise attractive women on makeover shows are usually high-maintenance. One other thing is that the fashion industry is conflicting with Isaiah 5:20 in some way, calling beautiful ugly and ugly beautiful.

Unfortunately, women no longer care about pleasing men, and many women only care about pleasing themselves. They have gone too far to make themselves unattractive to men. Many women no longer bother to look attractive, and many women deliberately try to look as unattractive as possible. This may be a tenet of the radical feminist doctrine, but it is certainly not the way to attract or charm men. Relying on personality alone is not the way to attract or charm men either. Most women know that most men prefer women with long hair, yet they deliberately cut their hair short and keep it short. Women are deliberately behaving in a way that is opposite of what men would like, and that is hostile behavior. They have also been deceived by social pressure. Women cutting and keeping their hair short is certainly hostile behavior. This practice flies against common sense, and flies against the normal human desire to please. Most importantly it goes against one of the basic elements of civilization, that is, always trying to look one's best. One day, women will stop cutting their hair short.

Today's society is cursed with outdated beliefs and misconceptions. People do not naturally think that short hair is better than long hair for women. Those who think in favor of short hair are brainwashed to think so. It is a myth that mothers, women over 30 (or sometimes 40), and professional women should have hair no longer than shoulder length. Many people assume that long hair is something that only young females should have, and when they grow up (usually when women get married or have children) it is expected that women cut off their long hair. Also, some women, like Judy K at Yahoo Canada Answers, believe that hair longer than shoulder length is better left to teenage girls. However, those assumptions are divisive and promote teenage romance. Actually, short hair is better left to females of unmarriageable age, while long hair is better left for female of marriageable age. If you are a mother with infant or toddler children, you should pin up your hair, not cut it short. It has been historically considered unacceptable for women over 30 to have long hair, but that rule is bogus. Some sources state that women over 30 (or sometimes 40) should keep their hair short. It is a myth that long hair is difficult for women over 40 to wear, and that it draws the facial features downward. The fact is that long hair has no age limit. Actor Jane Seymour and singer Crystal Gayle have proven that women over 40 can look stunning with long locks. With long hair, a woman's beauty is timeless. Some people believe that women will be taken more seriously with short hair than with long hair. Some people believe that long hair will sabotage a woman's career. However, those beliefs are outdated. Women can succeed in a professional career with long hair. However, long hair would have to be rolled back in a ponytail or pinned up. Hair shorter than shoulder length is not sexy. Long hair is sexy, versatile, aesthetic, wonderful to have, and it has no age limit. If you cut off your long hair, you reduce your hairdo options, and the angels weep and deprive you of their strength. Short hair fashion will one day come to an end.

Female fashion must not resemble traditional male fashion, and otherwise it is hostile behavior. Sadly, the female fashion industry has, on a grand scale, crossed the femininity line. That is a reason why men are getting afraid to get married, and that is also one of my reasons why I do not believe in romantic love. Long hair is the only way to go for women, especially women of East Asian and Indian descent. Many women in North America and East Asia cut their hair short on frivolous grounds; that is outrageous. People make the assumption that cutting a woman's hair short is part of growing up (such as when they get married or have children), but that assumption is a myth. People make the assumption that short hair indicates more wealth, more professionalism, more power, and more polish, but that is a myth. Pointing out dynamic, successful looking long-haired women on television and in magazines help us alleviate the stereotypes between long hair and short hair. Women can succeed with long hair. Age, weather, and social status are irrelevant for long hair. Short hair is for little girls, but long hair is for mature women. My mother has long hair, and she is in her 60's.

Short hairstyle is actually more seductive to the wearer, but not easier to take care of. Once you women get made over from long hair to short hair, short hair can forever dominate your fashion destiny, and peer pressure can be a powerful enemy. The effects of female haircutting are powerful and dangerous, not only for men but also for women themselves. Your personality and diet will also change in the long run. You will become stricter and less and less nice. You will eat a less and less healthy diet. Hair reflects your health. If you women go from long to short, you will lose your health conscience and ultimately social power. If you want social power and gain health conscience, then grow your hair long. Everytime a woman goes from long to short, an angel weeps and a demon laughs.

Long hair encourages a healthy diet while short hair tolerates unheathly diet. Wives with long hair will be more likely to outlive their husbands than wives with short hair when they reach old age. Women with long hair are less likely to be diagnosed with cancer, including breast and ovarian cancer, than bald women and those with short hair. Female haircutting also magnifies externalism (or looksism), and makes it more rampant. There is also a false preconception that long hair is too heavy and high-maintenance. If you have short hair, you only got fewer hairdo options, and you have to look in the mirror to get the hair to look right. If you have long hair, you have many hairdo and styling options, and you do not have to look in the mirror to get the hair to look right. Long hair does not need to be washed or brushed as frequently as short hair. Advocates of short hair believe that long hair requires more shampooing and conditioning. However, that is not so. Shampooing does not need to be applied to the entire length of the hair. Short hair allows hair-dyeing, which is hazardous, and long hair is usually not dyed. Long hair creates the illusion of a slender face, whereas short hair creates the illusion of a fat face.

Long hair is an integral part of a woman's appearance, enhancing her splendor. It is a woman's crowning glory. Studies around the world indicate that men almost always prefer women with long hair across all aspects of most societies. Long hair can be easily wearable, despite busy schedules of many women. There is no excuse to rush off to the salon and cut off that beautiful long hair on frivolous grounds (such as being "tired of getting compliments about one's long hair" or being told that "you look so much better with short hair than with long hair" or "you will be taken more seriously if you go short") or social pressure or in the name of fashion. Short hair makes women look far too conservative. Most women look beautiful and attractive with long hair and look embarrassingly unattractive with short hair, but many believe otherwise (but that is what feminists have us believe). Long hair gives social power to a woman. Women with long hair unite people, and they enhance families, other groups, and the surrounding world.

Many women think about cutting their long hair short when they get pregnant. Impending motherhood is an invalid reason to cut off one's long hair. Pregnancy is wonderful for a woman's hair. Long hair can be an excellent toy for a woman's children. Women who are around children who like to tug hair should pin up their long hair, not cut it short. Women should stop wasting money and effort on keeping their hair short. Instead, they should spend money on hair accessories. Children also love long hair. Female haircutting shocks men and children.

The traditional hair salons make their money on short hairstyle. That is the only reason why their encourage women to wear and keep their hair short. Short hair needs to be cut more often, and the more haircuts mean the more money the salon makes. That does not stop there. Soon you get your hair permed and/or colored to make it look as the salon wishes. This is not only damaging to your hair, but it is also expensive. Many women who give in to traditional salons become enslaved to their stylists and the fashion trends. This is why traditional hair salons do not care whether you women want to grow your hair long. Hundreds of millions of U.S. dollars per year have been spent on female haircutting.

Japanese women have been cutting off their beautiful long hair and dye it an unpleasant blonde, light brown, red, or pink color; that is horrible. Japanese women look best with their hair long and undyed. Chemical dye is also harmful. Also, many Asian women want to look like Caucasians. I am also against that, because I believe that we should have pride in our own race.

Hair is a reflection of overall health. Long hair encourages nutrition and healthy lifestyle. It communicates good health and reproductive fitness. Short hair is an indicator of health unconsciousness. Women with long hair are usually health conscious, while women with short hair usually have unhealthy or mediocre diets and gain weight and sometimes fall ill, and only few of them do otherwise. How you look reflects how you feel. If you cut your hair short, your feelings will be negatively affected by that haircut in the long run, and you will regret it. Female haircutting is divisive and lends itself to negative comparison of the female sex.

You women learn to enjoy long hair. Long hair is more of a blessing than a curse, and short hair is a more of a curse than a blessing. Long hair is beautiful, elegant (or chic), and versatile, and super long hair is even more so. Natural long hair is the best decoration of a woman. Long hair is much more versatile than short hair, despite what many say. It offers many different looks. It shows how well a woman can take of herself. It gives a woman a unique and enchanting allure that nothing can replace. You can do many things with long hair, such as playing with it. It gives women many options when it comes to styling and making new appearances. Long hair can easily be designed and done for any occasion. With long hair, women can create a variety of hairdos, from perms to curls to braids to up-dos, with simple styles and fashionable accessories. The longer the hair, the more hairdos women can create. Long hair provides women a carefree freedom that is balanced by the need of hair accessories, styling products, and a little bit of effort. Long hair does not have to be washed and styled as often as short hair. Long hair does not require the maintenance (like frequent cutting and trimming, fussing, daily setting, and styling) that short hair requires. With long hair, you will not have to look in the mirror to get the hair to look right. The Bible encourages women to wear their hair long. Women with long hair are also good for the economy. Most people assume that if only a little bit of hair requires up to 10 or 15 minutes of preparation every morning, then long hair requires much more. They assume that five minutes of hot rollers and or flat-ironing in the morning for shoulder length hair must correspond to 45 minutes minutes to an hour for super long hair. However, in reality, the exact opposite is true: Super long hair does not require such maintenance. When it comes to long hair, you should comb it, not brush it.

People think that short hair is more sophisticated than long hair, but that is a myth. It is a myth that short hair is easier to take care of than long hair. Unfortunately, wearing short hair can be addictive, not wanting to return to long hair. I will try hard to encourage short hair women who had long hair before to return to long hair. Going from long hair to short hair is like turning to the dark side of the Force. It is difficult to return to long hair once who you have gone short, just as it is difficult to return to the light side of the Force once a Jedi turns to the dark side of the Force and becomes a Sith. Therefore, for women, long hair and short hair are analagous to the light and dark sides of the Force respectively. When one goes from long to short, then one might say "I'll never go back to long hair." Once you go from long hair to short hair, you may feel locked into short hair, but you will regret it later. You must train yourself to change your mind and get on the road back to long hair. I recommend joining the message board.

Long hair is such a wonderful thing for women to wear. It is not only beautiful to look at, but it is also beautiful to have. Many women think could grow their hair long because they think they would not be able to handle it. When it comes down to it, contrary to what we might expect and what many women believe, long hair is actually easier to take care of and to show off to best advantage than short hair. Long hair does not have to stand in front of a mirror trying to get it to look right. Short hair requires advanced maintenance more than long hair does. states, "Long hair does not require the frequent trimming cutting and trimming, the daily setting, fussing, and styling which short hair requires." This is and has always been very true. Long hair is cheaper than short hair. Women with long hair do not have to visit hairdressers, because they can grab the ends of the hair and trim them off. Women with short hair often visit hairdressers regularly and spend at least $15 to $20 per salon visit. Women with long hair might visit the salon occassionally, and that is only if they found a hairstylist they can trust. The salons make money off of false advice that leads to short hair. The money the women with short hair spend at the salon, the women with long hair spend on beautiful things to decorate their hair. For maintenance, long hair (bra strap length to waist length) and super long hair (butt length or longer) are like "wash it, let it dry, and you're done." Short hair (and medium hair (shoulder length) requires lot of manicuring (curling, spray or mousse, and frequent trips to the salon). Long hair does not need to be shampooed daily, but for women short hair does. One bottle of shampoo can last a long haired woman 11 weeks. Boyish haircut is even more expensive to maintain than feminine short haircuts, for it requires more hairdresser appointments to keep the neck "shag" shaved off and trimming around the ears. The longer the mane, the better, for it enables a myriad of hairdos in less time as possible. I expect at least bra strap length, but I prefer mid-thigh length or longer. I also prefer that women wear their hair cascading down the shoulders when possible.

Long hair saves women money, and contrary to popular belief, it is better for business than short hair. Authority and professionalism have nothing to do with hair length. Women with long hair spend less money and consume less gasoline than women with short hair, thus having looser budgets and they are better drivers. Women with long hair are good for the economy. Money is better spent on scalp massages and long hair care products than on monthly haircuts. They reduce fuel costs, reduce dependence on foreign oil, and reduce emissions of carbon dioxide, thus saving humanity from extinction. Cutting women's hair short will drive humanity closer to extinction. The longer your hair, the more pronounce these benefits will be. Clearly long hair is the only way to go for women. Say goodbye to short hair and hello to long hair.

Consider this YouTube video: "Why My Long Hair"

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