I need a hair stylist who isn't gay

I need a hair stylist who isn't gay

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Slim

Paris, TX

#1 Dec 25, 2009
I am a guy. I was getting my hair cut at a place called Family Cuts. But they hired this gayish acting guy who cut my hair last time. It was awkward for me. I would rather have a woman or a straight male to cut my hair. I guess that would make me a homophobe but I am OK with it. I just need my hair cut. Any suggestions?
Great Hair

Paris, TX

#2 Dec 25, 2009
Slim wrote:
I am a guy. I was getting my hair cut at a place called Family Cuts. But they hired this gayish acting guy who cut my hair last time. It was awkward for me. I would rather have a woman or a straight male to cut my hair. I guess that would make me a homophobe but I am OK with it. I just need my hair cut. Any suggestions?
Rock of Lox...on 20th...next to Ballard Insurance...she recently moved back from Austin. Awesome stylist.
Colemans

Sherman, TX

#3 Dec 26, 2009
Coleman aat Coklemans Hair compsany is straight & the ladies that work there are greaat too.

Also Hamilton & Co...the owner is straight & I hear he is awesome too. Females...Tara & Amanda @ DeLeon are great.
Psych101

Mccoy, CO

#4 Dec 26, 2009
Slim wrote:
I am a guy. I was getting my hair cut at a place called Family Cuts. But they hired this gayish acting guy who cut my hair last time. It was awkward for me. I would rather have a woman or a straight male to cut my hair. I guess that would make me a homophobe but I am OK with it. I just need my hair cut. Any suggestions?
Perhaps you are a repressed homosexual and were subconsciously attracted to him. They have very good razors on sale at WalMart and you can get a girlfriend or straight friend to trim your bangs.
lala

Paris, TX

#5 Dec 26, 2009
emma @deleon is a great stylist

“I pay tax so you dont have to.”

Since: Sep 08

Chicago, IL

#6 Dec 26, 2009
Slim wrote:
I am a guy. I was getting my hair cut at a place called Family Cuts. But they hired this gayish acting guy who cut my hair last time. It was awkward for me. I would rather have a woman or a straight male to cut my hair. I guess that would make me a homophobe but I am OK with it. I just need my hair cut. Any suggestions?
Here's the problem, you're asking for a hair stylist. Be a man and go to a barber. Problem solved.
Hair

Paris, TX

#7 Dec 26, 2009
I think J.C. Pennys would be alright. You might consider them.
Happy

Paris, TX

#8 Dec 26, 2009
A Rational Thinker wrote:
<quoted text>Here's the problem, you're asking for a hair stylist. Be a man and go to a barber. Problem solved.
Be a man and go to a barber. I don't even know where to start with that statement.

Are you saying there aren't gay barber's?
Are you saying you have to go to a barber to be a man?
Are you saying real men don't go to stylist?
Happy

Paris, TX

#9 Dec 26, 2009
lala wrote:
emma @deleon is a great stylist
Emma is GREAT.
Slim

Paris, TX

#10 Dec 26, 2009
A Rational Thinker wrote:
<quoted text>Here's the problem, you're asking for a hair stylist. Be a man and go to a barber. Problem solved.
Do you know a GOOD barber? I would be fine with that. Most barbers I have been to in the past don't do a great job. They might cut more hair off one side than the other, or do something like that. I have never been to a barber in Paris but will look at that too.
advice

Mayhill, NM

#11 Dec 26, 2009
My husband and boys all go to Shawn at Hamilton & Co. He's been cutting their hair for several years. He's a perfectionist & is great with kids. He gave my two youngest new Hot Wheels last time we were there for Christmas.
Scared Straight

Paris, TX

#12 Dec 26, 2009
Slim wrote:
I am a guy. I was getting my hair cut at a place called Family Cuts. But they hired this gayish acting guy who cut my hair last time. It was awkward for me. I would rather have a woman or a straight male to cut my hair. I guess that would make me a homophobe but I am OK with it. I just need my hair cut. Any suggestions?
Hmmmmm. Did he pinch your butt? Ask you out? Kiss on your ears? Blow on your neck to get the hair off? Why are you so homophobic? If he did a good job and did not violate you or anything what is the problem? Maybe you do have some gay tendencies and it scared you that you liked what he was doing. Do you avoid men's rooms all together because they do stand there next to each other with their peckers in their hands. Is that gay too? How about growing up a little bit and ask yourself if you are really all that and a bag of chips. I would think you should not flatter yourself enough to think he wants your body. However, I am sure you are one of those macho guys that thinks EVERY homosexual is after YOU! LOL

“This too shall pass”

Since: Aug 09

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#13 Dec 26, 2009
I take my grandson to Sean/Shawn Hamilton and he's the best. As long as the customer is still, and mine isn't sometimes, he's very fast and does an excellant job. Plus his prices are in line with the other places. The last time I tried to save a buck on his hair, I wanted to slap the "beautician"/ "stylist". She just butchered it.
The fact that Hamilton has a large following is enough to prove he's the very best.
debby

Arlington, TX

#14 Dec 26, 2009
well...don't go to toni and gay!
HairCut

Paris, TX

#15 Dec 26, 2009
I am looking for a hair dresser who is a gay Muslim.. Hereto-Christians FREEEEKKKKKK me out!

I'm gay and HOT and straight women always hit on me. Makes me very uncomfortable.
Happy

Paris, TX

#16 Dec 26, 2009
Scared Straight wrote:
<quoted text>Hmmmmm. Did he pinch your butt? Ask you out? Kiss on your ears? Blow on your neck to get the hair off? Why are you so homophobic? If he did a good job and did not violate you or anything what is the problem? Maybe you do have some gay tendencies and it scared you that you liked what he was doing. Do you avoid men's rooms all together because they do stand there next to each other with their peckers in their hands. Is that gay too? How about growing up a little bit and ask yourself if you are really all that and a bag of chips. I would think you should not flatter yourself enough to think he wants your body. However, I am sure you are one of those macho guys that thinks EVERY homosexual is after YOU! LOL
You got judged bad on that but you make a point. If they do a good job, what is the problem?

It's not contagious.
Fudgepackers

Paris, TX

#17 Dec 26, 2009
Happy wrote:
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You got judged bad on that but you make a point. If they do a good job, what is the problem?
It's not contagious.
What's not contagious? The gayness itself or the AIDs & hepatitis that often go along with being gay and having a promiscuous lifestyle?
Gilmore

Paris, TX

#18 Dec 26, 2009
Fudgepackers wrote:
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What's not contagious? The gayness itself or the AIDs & hepatitis that often go along with being gay and having a promiscuous lifestyle?
If you worried about what they do with their sex life instad of what they are doing with your hair, then you are limiting your haircuts, and you still don't know. HIV and hepatitis is in gay, straight and even children.

I haven't heard of one single case of HIV spread through getting your hair cut, but if you find a link, I will read it.

“This too shall pass”

Since: Aug 09

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#19 Dec 26, 2009
Gilmore wrote:
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If you worried about what they do with their sex life instad of what they are doing with your hair, then you are limiting your haircuts, and you still don't know. HIV and hepatitis is in gay, straight and even children.
I haven't heard of one single case of HIV spread through getting your hair cut, but if you find a link, I will read it.
The bottom line is, it's his money, his hair and his preference. Not yours or anyone elses'. If he doesn't like a homo cutting his hair, it's his right.
So many times I've witnessed "service employees" who certainly acted like homosexuals and they were so busy prissing around they couldn't do their jobs well and didn't seem to care. That's just my observations, for what it's worth.
Not just hair

Paris, TX

#20 Dec 26, 2009
searcherfinder wrote:
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The bottom line is, it's his money, his hair and his preference. Not yours or anyone elses'. If he doesn't like a homo cutting his hair, it's his right.
So many times I've witnessed "service employees" who certainly acted like homosexuals and they were so busy prissing around they couldn't do their jobs well and didn't seem to care. That's just my observations, for what it's worth.
It is his right where he spends his money.

And if someone makes me uncomfortable, I am not going to spend money with them.

Most of the time, if people make you look good, you make them look good though. That is with everything, not just hair.

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