This is very true. Looks matter a whole lot. And not even for dating, just in general. People want to work and hang out with attractive people. I used to be fat and have bad acne and the way I was treated completely changed when I lost weight and my face cleared up. Something as simple as a better haircut or fitted clothes can make a huge difference
@Silver6456, he looks like a murderer. I won’t hire him.
He looks like a Predator, be careful kids.
@Silver6456, honestly yeah, you don’t even need to be super attractive a lot of it has to do with how you carry yourself and just general upkeep
Looks absolutely matter, yes it may sound shallow but it’s the truth. And it’s science, when a person is looking for a mate, and that person may very well be the parent of your children, you want someone who looks good, smells good, dresses well, keep themselves healthy, and smart. That gives the edge for your offsprings
So a lot of girls don't understand that guys- what's attractive to us is how a girl looks. Thats what makes us turned on and interested in one. So if you say we're fat shaming etc. or being dicks just for not being attracted to you, well we're sorry but our dicks don't get hard for you because biologically we find unhealthy woman to be unsuitable mates. So yeah, we are acting according to our dicks. Because of nature.
We are a societal species. Attractiveness is a part of that.
I think it's kind of a rare trait to not care about looks. Personally I never really cared just because it's always been more about personality to me, but I know alot of people who won't go out with someone because of how they look.
Attractiveness is an opinion, it does matter, but it also differs from person to person, even if slightly.
The key to happiness is by being beautiful...on the outside.
Define what you mean I have never cared about my appearance
@eleven, it’s about caring about other people’s appearances more than our own. I’ll explain:
In general, people who take proper care of their bodies and hygiene, being well dressed and groomed see a significant difference in how they are treated.
Unfortunately what makes a bigger impact is the aesthetics of your face and body underneath it. An ugly neckbeard is not going to be treated as well by people in society on most levels as a handsome man like many actors or models. Likewise an obese woman will not receive the same levels of politeness or regard as a slim and curvy woman would be.
This is why marketers use models. As humans, we are literally attracted towards attractive people.
This is calling out a demographic of people (a number of whom subscribe to far left views of ultimate inclusivity) that promote the idea that we should be proud of our bodies regardless of its condition. ‘Fat shaming’ is the term they’ve come up with for generally not being supportive of obesity.
@eleven, also really ugly people just kind of ruin your day when you see them. It’s just like “ugh.”
@I Are Lebo, luckily I've never seen one that ugly then
Or they’re blind
Sad but true
Have they dated anyone ugly?