Sunday, December 13, 2009

Is ';beauty is in the eye of the beholder'; just an excuse of ugly people to console themselves?

';Beauty is in the eye of the beholder'; is more about the subjective nature of what people consider beautiful.

The people who say ';True beauty is on the inside'; however are fooling themselves. Just because you're ugly doesn't mean you have inner beauty to fall back on.Is ';beauty is in the eye of the beholder'; just an excuse of ugly people to console themselves?
Beauty is just as subjective as any other opinion. Some claim that a universal definition of beauty exists in science; that proportional features and child bearing hips make women appear more beautiful or attractive to men. There is scientific discussion about the fact that voluptuous women appear more attractive to men because they see them as able to bear children and thus those women appeal to their evolutionary instinct to procreate.

Basically, yes beauty is in the eye of the beholder and is subjective, but there is science that backs up the fact that a women must have certain features to be innately appealing to men.Is ';beauty is in the eye of the beholder'; just an excuse of ugly people to console themselves?
It's not ugly people who say that though. Ugly people tend to be very aware of how much of a disadvantage they are at. How could they not? It tends to be made painfully apparent to them by other people's reactions to them.

It's good looking people who say that because they take physical beauty for granted and don't know at all what it's like to be unattractive.
I believe in 'beauty is in the eye of the beholder', and I'm nowhere near ugly, nor my GF is. However, don't let ugly Feminists lead you into believing that it's just ugly Feminists who believe in this, by repeating it every chance they're hard-pressed for a decent answer.
';Beauty'; comes in all forms, NOT just looks. Like I've always said, you could be married to Mr. Universe. Good looks, muscles, etc. But if he came home every night and beat the crap out of you, he wouldn't be ';good looking'; for very long. Same goes for homely people. May not be ';good looking'; on the outside, but gracious, kind and loving. That would make one ';good looking'; in my eyes!! There's more ';depth'; to a human being than outward ';looks';.
Its a very true statement. There are people who are beautiful and no doubts, but there are some people who may seem ugly or plain to you and me but to someone they are beautiful. Another truthful saying is that beauty is only skin deep...but stupid goes all the way in. Maybe you should ponder that one for a while.
*sigh*, maybe you really have issues with an ';ugly'; person in particular. okay, maybe it's best to just let you breathe it out. but have you ever considered talking to a psychiatrist?
No, because different people have different ideas of what they consider to be beautiful. Someone who might be beautiful to one person might be ugly to another.
Nah.. grow up.

I am far from ugly, in either sense, but would much rather be around ugly people on the outside, then on in the inside.

Youre probably 21 and think of paris hilton as role model.
No, I've seen plenty of people who I thought were ugly who were married, or had a boy/girlfriend. There isn't a universal system for deciding whether someone's attractive or not.
No. Beauty is subjective. Some people are beautiful on the inside and outside. Some are not.....
Can anyone prove they are beautiful without simly citing the opions of others? No.

That saying is about as true as it gets.
Not as common an excuse for ugly people as ';real beauty is on the inside';.
No...that line happens to be true. You may also consider the phrase ';Don't Judge A Book By It's Cover';.
Ugliness = cruelty
No. Beauty is subjective, I like red heads you like blonds etc.
Pretty much. It must be tough being ugly, I wouldn't know.

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