Hmmm, I think if we all try, we can make ourselves look a hell of a lot more attractive. But :) even in my best curve hugging dress and make up, someone will think I'm a beast... and in a sweater and no make up, someone will think I look great. This could possibly be ok for self motivation to try though-as in, if someone has been feeling down about their looks, putting more effort can help them feel more confident.
Partially. I think it applies more so to men, because generally all you have to do to look good as a man is workout and get a fit body. This also applies to women, but unlike men, women are also judged for physical factors outside of their control like breast size, facial structure, and bodily "shape" in a way that does not pertain to weight among other things. Thus it would not be entirely fair to credit it all to laziness. However, I would agree that with hard work, everyone can at least better themselves to some extent.
I say it was invented by a man who to use another expression is "No Oil Painting Himself" - I totally disagree, I would just say there is no such thing as an ugly person. A person is only ugly if they start using words like "Ugly".
There are no ugly women, it's the ugly personality of a woman that makes her unattractive. Sure lazy women can be ugly cause they are gorgeous but they don't want do anything to make their self or physical appearance look better or pretty they rather go around with the same old worn jeans than go buy a pair or wear a red lipstick or dye their hair a certain color etc..
Eh. Not really because everyone's tastes vary. Like, there are people who think Beyonce is ugly, and I personally think even without makeup she is beautiful. Ugly and sexy are so subjective, it's literally possible for you to be both at the same time, because every person has their own vision of what that is.
Not to mention, there are even just certain genetic features that are more "praised" and regarded as beautiful. Like clear skin, thus making acne almost always something that people don't consider attractive.