If you think hygiene and grooming are the same as cosmetics, nobody can help you.
Of course, I know you only pretend to believe that:
Kind of like how tge homos latched onto the civil rights movement, which was strictly a racial movement, and was later expanded to include other classes of “oppressed” or underrepresented persons.
In the analogy, the cosmeticians are like the homosexuals, riding the coattails of hygiene disingenuously to benefit from the formers’ liberty.
I speak, of course, of the similarity of tactics, not ad hominem.
Of course, that is equally obvious, but necessary to state, because the next debate tactic will be for 4-5 cosmetologists to feign outrage that “he saying women who wear makeup are homosexuals! Ban him! We can’t take it any longer!”
Meanwhile, a 12 year-Old could spot the disingenuity in this tactic (as with the former one), but there’s a reason tv commercials are produced to appeal to the intellects of 7th graders.