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Cuteness in Young Girls

Updated on December 28, 2008

Youth and Appearance

Cuteness is the attractiveness associated with youth and appearance. Cuteness is characterized by combination of infant-like physical traits like body size, head, eyes, nose, dimples, and other body features. Also considered are personality traits such as playfulness, fragility, helplessness, curiosity, innocence, affectionate behavior and a need to be nurtured.

A Baby

A baby will fuss and cry when lonely or hungry. In early infancy, crying is not a self-conscious response. As children grow they learn to use crying to consciously manipulate those around them. They learn that if they cry loud and long enough, they are able to draw attention of their parents or those around them. Crying therefore becomes a powerful tool to the child though negative. Crying, in the real sense is not enjoyable to the child neither is it enjoyable to the parents or those around the child.

First Positive Source of Power and Leverage

Cuteness is the child’s first positive source of power and leverage
Cuteness is the child’s first positive source of power and leverage

Cuteness - Attractiveness Associated With Youth and Appearance

Cuteness is the attractiveness associated with youth and appearance. Cuteness is characterized by combination of infant-like physical traits like body size, head, eyes, nose, dimples, and other body features. Also considered are personality traits such as playfulness, fragility, helplessness, curiosity, innocence, affectionate behavior and a need to be nurtured.

Cute Will Win A Smile

Cuteness is the child's first positive source of power and leverage. Parents love it, the child loves it, and so does everyone else. Being cute gets the child's attention and affection from parents and people around the child. Cute is vulnerability made charming. Cute will win a smile, cute will win a quick hug and cute will win approval. Cute get it way but it is indirect and based upon manipulation of someone else's feeling and actions.

Sex-Stereotyped Homes

In our traditional, sex-stereotyped homes, cute behaviour begins to be subtly and sometimes not so subtly. Funny as it may sound, cute behaviour is discouraged in boys but encouraged in girls. Fathers in particular openly revel in the cool and helpless manner that their daughters employ with them.

Grow To Teens

Girls love being able to draw extra ordinary attention from their fathers, and they learn to push the right buttons for instant attention and solutions. Girls are able to make their dad feel powerful and giving thus enhancing the feeling of maleness the dad associates with being a father. As they grow to teens, these young girls learn to act this way whenever a man is present. This pattern of behavior is often unconsciously passed on from mother to the daughter.

Wrong Friendship and Relationships

When a young girl learns to be just cute, the young girl may end up using this cuteness to manipulate men, unknowingly and therefore she may end up in the wrong friendship and relationships or in famous unbelievable top status.

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      mathira 

      6 years ago from chennai

      Very cute, ngureco.

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      Sun-Girl 

      7 years ago from Nigeria

      Lovely and well shared hub, thanks.

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