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 bamagrl68
Joined: 11/14/2010
Msg: 26
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earwigs have wings- You answered your own question when you said this...........
"I didn't want to ask him because I wasn't sure if the question would make him feel self conscious or not."
Listen to YOURSELF!
You already know it's insensitive, ignorant and boorish, that's why YOU don't do it!
 earwigs_have_wings
Joined: 10/16/2014
Msg: 27
Inquisitive or ignorant? Inquiring about a person's physical anomaly/defect.
Posted: 6/2/2016 7:18:30 PM
"Are you sure you're not the one first asking these men intrusive questions about their appearance?"

Absolutely not. I feel if a person has something to question in regards to how they look it is up to them to fill me in when they're comfortable as I prefer not to point out things that they've been asked about over and over. One client who has a visible deformation where I volunteer said after two years of seeing her, "You can tell something is wrong, right?". I answered her with, "Yes" and left it at that. Later someone told me she had broke her back hence the reason she couldn't move her neck.
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