Does being attractive change the way you are treated?
When I was a kid I was ultra cute and got lots of positive attention from like older girls.
When I was a teenager I developed nicely and got lots of positive attention from girls my age.
But when I hit university I became a bum and my appearance began to plummet. I put on weight, I probably had more acne, sometimes I wouldn't shave, etc. AND people started treating me different. But I was still me, nothing changed except my appearance.
And NOW, I've buffed up and slimmed down and I get so much more positive attention. This includes strangers at like stores and restaurants. I swear, it's like people are nice to me just because. AND I'm still me, lol.
[Q] Has appearance played a role in how you've been treated by strangers?
Also: Question does not relate to baby murderers, Chucky included
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Yes. I try not to judge by appearance, but I can't help it. Its a subconscious thing. I don't mean judging how hot people are, I judge by the way they carry themselves, facial expressions. Unfortunately, facial expressions don't necessarily show what the person feels. Like when a person with slanted eyes could appear hostile (not saying all do) or a person that's thinking could look angry. An overweight person might not necessarily look as great when walking compared to a fit person.0