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Do you maintain that there are singular/uniform standards as to what is deemed beautiful,


pretty, homely, plain, and ugly? Do you further maintain that the phase, "beauty is in the eye of the beholder," merely used to placate women who are considered to be less attractive?

 

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    dashingscorpio 2 years ago

    Excellent point.

    Beauty standards have a way of changing over time. Right now having a "big booty" for women is in vogue.

    Kim Kardashian would have been considered obese in the 1960 era of the model Twiggy. Today Kim's a "sex symbol" to many