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This is not double standards just gender differences.
Why women wear make up, lip stick, spend so much money on their hair, use high heel shoes, short skirts or revealing colorful attire while most men use suits, ties and generally attires of limited colours mainly black, blue, grey?
Is that double standards too?
Shall we ban make up or force men to wear make up and short skirts?
On average, lets say, Men take 10 min to get ready while women take 40 min, is that double standards too?
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