Attractive People or Unattractive People? One of the few times I can use click-bait pictures. Does it make you sad?
Would you be more likely to hire this person? Would you take the time to get to know her? If you met her in person would you glance twice at her? On average it seems obvious that the above statement is true. For this person, however which will remain unnamed , personal experience trumped the population in large.
Feeling pressured by society to date someone who is as attractive as you are? This one is a bitch, and it took me a long time to think I had more to offer potential partners than my looks. Taken from a response to one of my blog posts.
Harassment is Terrible — My Experience Harassment is not a joke. I know this to be true of myself as well. I have had friends in the past that I did not want to cut ties with. I do understand where the frustration comes from. Have I ever felt threatened when such remarks come my way? On many occasions — yes — I did. If anyone wishes to hear about these cases I would love to talk over email, in private.
I have never spoken about this with the parties involved. The harassment is one part of the problem. My blog post was more about listening to people. You will probably choose your answer based off of biological reasons that you cannot affect. I see it often in my classes. The attractive people seem much more confident and cocky in their speech, because they are not rejected often.
Meanwhile, the less attractive people are more likely to be shy. Instagram, Movies, Shows, the News. Many of my very attractive friends are beautiful and lovely people — this is not a black and white issue. They really do care about people. I do not want to oversimplify this. I want to start a conversation. Research has been offered to suggest that attractive people have it much more easier in life. Actually — few do — from the conversations that I have had with friends over the years.
Encouraging Words I have said this in the past. What I am saying is that we are celebrating them over less attractive people simply because they are more attractive. And that seems to be ludicrous. Someone who is unattractive does not deserve to be mistreated just because he is overweight, or is asymmetrical.
Casey Neistat did a fantastic video about this. Despite that he is achieved enormous success. Never pick on someone because of the way they look.
You have to judge people because of their substance not because of their superficiality. Let me know what you have experienced in your life and whether you agree. I love engaging in the comment section. It also lets me see more of your blog posts: