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Louisiana Modified Ladies!!

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Printed Date: November/27/2021 at 5:37am


Topic: Louisiana Modified Ladies!!
Posted By: ModifiedDoll
Subject: Louisiana Modified Ladies!!
Date Posted: March/05/2013 at 8:52am
We are a non profit organization that supports a different charity each month. Our goal is to demolish the negative stereotypes associated with being a modified woman by doing charity work. Those that apply must be female, 18+ and have 5 mods (tattoos or piercings) or a tattoo that covers a large area. We check our applications on the 1st and 15th of every month. Each chapter is always willing to get more girls interested. The more girls we get interested, the more money we can raise for these amazing charities!


We have over 20 different chapters over the U.S., all of us support the same monthly charity but we all also partake in local things such as local hospitals, dog rescues, and other non profits.

We show others that just because we look different and have tattoos, piercings and sometimes colored hair... We can still have big hearts.


Thanks so much for your interest in finding more about us. If you have any more questions you can email me back or message me on facebook.

My chapter's Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/LouisianaTMD

The Main Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/themodifieddollsorg

Our main website:
http://modifieddolls.org/


*mod edit to remove event status



Replies:
Posted By: Keiran1980
Date Posted: March/05/2013 at 3:57pm
I understand that charitable works are good, and fully encourage helping people as much as possible.

But to me allowing people of only a certain ethnicity, religion, sexuality or in this case modification, to join a group highlights their differences rather than demonstrates similarities with the general population. That is to say, that to my way of thinking, having a "modified only club" (one with a minimum level of modification to join no less) is as counter productive as having an anti-racism campaign that only allows white members.

So even though I approve of the charity work aspect of your club I think the membership criterion is actually doing modified people a disservice by pointing them out as different to other people.

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"Everyone is from somewhere.
Even if you've never been there." - Ian Anderson



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