Would you judge a woman by her appearance
Women shouldn't be judged by their appearance they should be judged on their love. My question is based on what you feel about women in your own words.
Everyone has and is entitled to have (their) preferences. For instance some women will not date men who are shorter than them, bald, have missing front teeth, bad facial skin, or whatever. Each of us forms our opinion or "judges" people to a certain extent the moment we see them, interact with them, or observe their behavior.
I can't think of any person who honestly would say "Looks don't matter at all to me." or "I will date anyone." Everyone draws a line in the sand. Everyone has their "ideal" mate in mind. As is often said "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder."
The incredible wonderful thing about this planet is there are over 7 billion people on it! Odds are in everyone's favor that there are people who are "into" your type!
Go to any grocery store, Wal-Mart, mall, park, amusement park, beach, movie theatre, nightclub, or church and you will see people of all shapes, sizes, and colors with a (mate/spouse) holding hands, kissing, or simply running errands. It's not uncommon for some people to ponder: "How did he get her?" or "Why would he choose her?" It's proof before your eyes that not everyone is looking for the same type of person!
The best advice is to be yourself, look your best, (which makes you feel good), and not worry about what others think. You want to be with someone who sees you as (their) type. Awhile back I wrote a hub about all the nonsense of "the one." http://dashingscorpio.hubpages.com/hub/ … venbillion
I definitely judge women based on their appearance. Anything from how much makeup they put on to how much work they put into their hair tells me loads about a woman.
Frankly I find that I get along best with women who don't put on a ton of makeup, don't put hours and hours into their hair, and in general put just enough into their appearance to make themselves comfortable with themselves. They're the ones who tend to feel the most secure and the most amicable (and tomboyish which I also get along with).
If you put on too much makeup I'll likely just not talk to you because your appearance creeps me the heck out (replace heck with a far stronger word for my exact feelings on the subject). Hard to be friendly when you're spending half the conversation half scared.
As much as I hate to admit it, I do judge people by their appearance. That said, I find that I am attracted to women of various shapes from thin to full figured. I judge more based on the body language of the woman. If I find that she has an "open" body language, then I am more likely to talk to her (and she to me). However, if she seems more closed and "cold", I'm not dealing with her.
by Danielle Lopez 6 years ago
If a woman maintains her appearance well, should she also expect her partner to do the same?If a woman demands a lot from herself in her appearance, should she also demand just as much from her partner? or should she just except her partner for who they are and not try to change them?
by Brooke18 4 years ago
Judging people based on appearance, personality, clothes, etc is common daily for all of us. I want to know how many people will admit to judging someone.
by haj3396 6 years ago
only that if you are judging weather a person is going to heaven are hell, then that's something you can not judge.
by pettidee456 7 years ago
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by nightwork4 6 years ago
Believers aren't suppose to judge others ,so why judge an athiest?it seems one hubber is going full out to make athiests look foolish on here by judging what an athiest thinks without actually thinking before they question. is judging us ok because we don't believe?
by backporchstories 5 years ago
Morally, we understand that judging others is a sin, but is it still a sin when we judge silently?We have been taught that when we let judgment of others roll off our tongue, we have committed a great sin. However, we all have opinions! Some, we keep in our heads and to ourselves. ...
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