It’s a low-key embarrassing tho when society give attractive people more attention basically on their looks and physical appeal. Another thing that saddens me is, most women don’t think they are beautiful or by any chance, they don’t feel confident in their own beauty. I don’t know how many percentages of men think the same way, but I guess it’s a common sense for everybody since the concept of good looking still remain in ones’ heads.
However, there’s a different reflection on how men and women address on their body. Men; including me; generally give less f*cks on their physical appearance. Even if they are fat or look like a homeless person, men are trying to get things done quickly.
On the other hand, women have become conditioned to believing in the unrealistic standards of beauty set by society, of course some don’t. It goes like applying skincare, grooming your brow, curling hair, hydrating your lips, moisturizing, dressing nicely, and so on; women are convincing that they will need more than physical attraction to be attracted. That’s what the society has made us believe in, that’s what we are told. And ironically, most of us believe all this.
I agree on the point that you have to take care of your body, skin tones, facial features; but that doesn’t mean you MUST activate body plastic surgery just so you could think you look prettier. The case excepted on who have conditions like birth disorders, injuries, illnesses, or burns. It’s different between to look pretty and to feel comfortable on your body. Just think how many industries would go out of business if tomorrow women woke up and decided they really like their bodies. Just live ladies, it will pass. You don’t have to be drop dead gorgeous to get noticed.
Beauty has no standard. See yourself in the mirror, see all of it, look at all your greatness, accept it, and love it. Real beauty comes from within- the most beautiful people in the world are those who have a good heart.