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What religion is is when girls can only wear long jean skirts and can't cut their hair?

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  1. XiaoGou says:

    There are a bunch of Cult Christians that do this. They are extremists who are Cults. Some extreme Baptists, some Extreme Catholics, Menonites, etc. All denominations have a serious extreme Cult that believes Science is Develish, and women are inferior. Usually the women wear long skirts and don’t cut their hair. They believe that pants are for men, and a woman should have long hair because they are inferior.

    Luckily that is not what the bible teaches!

    1. CelB says:

      we are not a cult we just go by what the Bible tells us! no one tells us what we can and can not do only God! long hair is a glory to her! the Bible tells us it is a sham for a woman to cut her hair! Moreover, the Scriptures teach a great difference between femininity and masculinity as to dress. “The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman’s garment: for all that do so are abomination unto the Lord thy God” (Deuteronomy 22:5).
      If you went to a restaurant and had to us the restroom and two picture of a man on both doors would you know the one you should go into No you would not you would go in to the one that had a dress on right?
      that is what the Bible teaches us!

  2. Thelonious Monkey says:

    Deadheads. Especially if you can smell ‘patchouli’…

  3. Bill says:

    who cares..the person that made the rules is a d**k

  4. Jordan says:

    Mormonism?

  5. Colleen says:

    You could ask her. But some female Christians like Independent Fundamentalist Baptisits, Church of Christ , or Pentacostasl dress like that. But now a lot of Evangilical Christians are dressing this way, it is a way of being modest. Sorry for the mispellings.

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