Do you believe that people are judged by looks in this society?
We are all judged by looks whether we acknowledge it or not. Studies have shown that good looking people are more likely to be hired and promoted than those who are deemed to be not so good looking.
Yes! It makes me sick, literally! Yes, everyone should take pride in their appearance, what does it say about how we view ourselves if we don't? However, I think that we are so much focused on what a person looks like that we might cast something great aside. "Don't judge a book by its cover", we've all heard it and it probably couldn't be anymore true. Look at some of the best literature in the world; much of it is behind old crusty covers, damaged bindings and yellow pages. If we cast a book like that aside we could be missing out on something beautiful. I think we judge by appearance first and if someone doesn't meet our personal standards, we don't invite them into our circles. It's a shame! Great question!
Excellent answer. So many people are oftentimes misjudged and deprived of opportunities,especially in the fashion & entertainment business, because they have less than stellar looks although they possess prodigious talent.
It is unfair, why should someone in the fashion industry who is not trying to be a model need to possess model-looks? Not to mention the stress that it places on a "normal" person, having constant, unrealistic expectations to compete with.
Yes, but it means different things across cultures. I've been discriminated against because of my looks, and I've been given unearned privilege because of my looks. It feels weird either way.
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