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Secrets Your Parents Never Told You About Women

Secrets Your Parents Never Told You About Women

I began by checking out the Letter from the Editor Linda Wells and stumped upon this striking catch expression, the "pursuit of charm". There is no doubt, that we as human beings are acutely delicate to our physical appearances and will do anything to acquire or to preserve our individual appeal. Our pressing need for all things "appeal" proves that we are all in full pursuit and unapologetic so.

Physical beauty, though a matter of taste and viewpoint is also defined by society's views. The characterization of charm nevertheless, can not be comprehended without likewise realizing that beauty has another side to it - One that is not so physical, but rather metaphysical (a more intangible aspect ). With that being stated, we can not leave out mental aspects such as personality, intelligence, politeness, beauty or charisma as determining factors in recognizing appeal.

As I researched more into this appeal craze, I came across some really intriguing findings. To my surprise, (ok perhaps not so surprised) researchers have discovered that having physical beauty can be fairly prominent in a persons life. Someone who is considered to be lovely is likely to get greater grades, get much better care from their medical professionals, get lighter prison sentences and earn more money. As if we do not have adequate problems in the world today, now we understand that unmanageable elements like our God-given beauty or "lack thereof", is just another social barrier to contribute to our girls list. Whether we acknowledge it or not, and whether we do this knowingly or unconsciously, this type of "lookism" has actually pestered our society for several years and can shed some light on the depth of shallowness that exists in our world today.