My answer is too big to put up in once... So part 1 of 2:
There are always people noticing you and staring at you, this is tiresome and can be really annoying. Everyone’s always focused on what you do or don’t do, what you say or don’t say. People are always finding something about you, even people that don’t know you at all have an opinion about you or what you must be like. They create their own stories and personality traits around you. These can both be negative as well as positive and can work out for you or not. However, it’s annoying to deal with all these images of you that are created without any logic/evidence. People also think you must have had an easy life because you have an advantage in looking good. They just assume you already have everything; a care-free live, always getting your ways, no discrimination in your live, no rejections, an amazing social life, plenty of choice in guys. They don’t feel how they could be needed by you and think that they will be exchangeable easily, so they keep some distance an don’t strive to get involved with you on a deeper level. There’s also the false assumption that attractive people obtain success strictly by their looks and not through hard work/sacrifice/talent/intelligence.
Women don’t really let you into their circle. They feel uncomfortable or threatened by you so they’re not open and inviting – they kind of shun you out. At times it seemed that women only accepted me because there were men around that were into me and that is usually the only case I’m tolerated in the group (once tolerated, I can become friends with a very few after a while, but most women do keep some distance). Women don’t trust you when you are around or talk to their partner, they think their man will fall for you and that you’ll steal him away from them when this isn’t on your mind at all and you’re just friends/making small talk/having a conversation about school for example. I’ve had women ‘forcing’ their men to not spend time with me by threatening to break up with them if they did. Also in general men do keep some distance when their partner is around, because they’re afraid for their partner becoming suspicious of their intentions. Women can get their jealousy get the better of them and therefore work against you.
Many people think that attractive women are high maintenance/hard to get/already dating /snobby. This makes that men don’t approach you. Men expect that, because you’re beautiful, you must have set high standards for potential lovers as well – that they’ve to be extraordinary attractive to attract you. Men are intimidated by your beauty and won’t start a conversation. Also, I can imagine men not wanting other men to drool over their girlfriend, so this might also plays a role when they decide not to approach. They might feel there’ll be more competition to keep this girlfriend by their side and they’ve the idea that they’ll have to put more effort into the relationship.