This question is kind of tough to ask because everyone sees beauty differently. If you're going to answer or comment don't be insulting anyone saying they're not beautiful. Keep it to yourself.
So this question was asked yesterday. link It was asking if girls are envious of beautiful girls. So it made me wonder, do all the attractive people look down on people that would be considered less attractive?
Do you think they're just worthless, not as good at other things, etc. Or do you see them as the same, but maybe just not attractive. Maybe not even unattractive at all because you think that everyone is attractive to someone.
I apologize if this is written poorly. I'm not in the mood to re-read it and think it over.
Oh and don't be afraid to answer thinking you're all high and mighty of yourself if you think you're a beautiful/handsome person.
Anon girl who named celebrities you have me blocked. :| You should unblock me or at least let me block you.
Yes. I see all the disgusting, ugly people around me and laugh. Oh, how I laugh.
I then proceed to strike them with sticks and other blunt objects. How dare they bask in my radiance with their revolting visages? Someone needs to teach them a lesson.
To finish it off, I tell them in no uncertain terms to either get plastic surgery to repair their egregiously offensive looks or to remain indoors until late at night where nobody will be bothered by the ugliness that radiates from their bodies.
I used to have friends who would talk about girls who are less attractive than them. They would always say something about how the less attractive girls would never have a happy life. It makes me really upset just thinking about it :< It also made me wonder if they said anything like that about me when they first met me since I've always thought that I was less attractive than them.
I am guilty of being unfriendly to some people before just because of the way they looked, but that's one of the biggest mistakes I've ever made. After that, I just started to always find something attractive about a person, no matter what others would say about him/her lol. I don't know how to explain it. C:
I'm very average in looks. When I was in elementary school, I was told I was ugly all the time and it scarred me. I am not malicious so I would never intentionally hurt someone. I treat everyone the same and pay no attention to looks.
I don't know that I'm attractive, but I don't think I am better than anyone who is less attractive than me. It think it is more shallow people (no matter their attractiveness) view people as lesser than based on appearance.
I'm constantly made fun of by people, but I think it stems from insecurities a lot of the time as well. I have both types of people make fun of me. Extremely pretty girls who do it, and also average looking girls as well. When I was teenager, I got roasted (well I still do) for my looks, and since I hated myself, and felt so insecure about it I made fun of overweight people... that is until I gained weight.
Now, however, even though I am still insecure and have self-hatred because of my looks, I won't make fun of people because I know how much it hurts. I don't want people to go through what I am and did. I still feel bad about making fun of those girls I did back in High School.
Some guys do it to me though, but it's not as bad from men as it was in High School. It's mainly just girls who do it, and really young guys.
The myth is that "Beautiful People" are mean to other people. Or "Beautiful Women" are mean to other women. I don't think this true! I think truly beautiful people are secure in themselves. For example, do you think Halle Barry or Angelina Jolie are mean to other women? I doubt it.
I think it is average or even ugly people who are mean to other people and also are the most critical. Often, they don't feel very good about themselves.
Hands on heart, no genuinely I don't look down on them and I'm not lying. For one I'm not better looking than others, nor am I worse looking than others. Secondly, everyone's beautiful in their own ways, whether they have freckles, they have a gap in between their teeth, they are crossed eyed etc.. Chubby/ very thin people can have beautiful features too.
A lot of "pretty" or "handsome" immature people have a tendency to think that they are good looking and hence expect others to treat them better or like a prince/princess. It only comes naturally for them to look down on "uglier" people because they also expect that "uglier" people are judged and treated badly. Sadly, these immature people tend to mix looking down and feeling bad for others to appear more righteous.
Looks matter, but how one treats others and the decision to look down on others is solely dependent on themselves, not how the society perceive.
I know it's wrong to judge people, but I can't help but feel bad for ugly people. Ugly as in they have bad hair, poorly dressed, bad skin, extremely overweight, completely asymmetrical facial features...that kind of thing.
Like, I look at girls and feel bad for them that they're so beat looking. If you're an ugly girl, you're guaranteed to have no friends or a boyfriend. But if you're an ugly guy, you can always find nerdy or loner-y guys to be friends with who love gaming, etc.
I have learned over time that attractive people do indeed look down on me.
Some try to be polite. Some try to keep a professional viewpoint and take me as a paying customer (I mean just stores, not for sex or drugs) and because my money is the same as others my looks don't matter to them. But generally I feel like I'm treated like a lesser human being or even less than a human being because I don't have Justin Bieber looks or anything like that. And it's hard. Very hard. I don't really see anyone that I consider ugly because I've learned I'm probably at the bottom of the barrel.
Answering this, doesn't mean I'm handsome or whatever. I think I'm just an average guy. But even so, I never look down on people. And I never call anyone ugly either. We all have our imperfections, and no one is really beneath another. Society tends to label people, but these days I see people finding more ways to shove that stereotypical thought into oblivion. There's nothing more attractive than someone who has confidence in themselves, "ugly/beautiful" or not.
Definitely not Beautiful/ Handsome, but I also don't gravitate towards the lower end of the spectrum, so there are probably a lot of people who would be considered less attractive than me. No, I wouldn't judge them based off of something they can't really control. I wouldn't want attractive people doing it to me, so it would be hypocritical.
Me answering is implying that I'm "Beautiful/Handsome" which I don't like. It's an opinion.
No, I don't look down on people for their looks. I do look down on people for their habits. If someone is constantly making excuses and doing nothing with their lives, I look down on that. Unless you were born crippled by a disease or suffer from one later in life, you have no idea how good you have it.
im not that attractive. And I don't necessarily look down on people less attractive than me as a whole. I'm actually known to have pretty low standards (physically) since I look for personality more than body. But obviously I judge standards of beauty as less than my own sometimes, not the person though.
I'm not even sure where I fit in. I guess I'm plain average. But yeah I have felt a degree of envy towards the more beautiful people. However ii never really detected them looking down on me or anything. It was always my issue and not theirs.