Ya totally! I actually I find it really interesting that the media actually distorts girls faces and the distorted version is what is considered beautiful... The video you posted actually reminded me of a video I saw a while ago: link
I think the one you posted is based off this one. :)
Ya absolutely. I think most know that pictures we see in magazines are Photoshopped and yet we still get fooled by it. When I look at some magazine I constantly find myself thinking "gosh I wish I had that body/face" even though I know it's not real. And I'm sure even though many guys know that it's not real I get they still wishing to be with a woman like that.
The girl in the picture looked nothing like herself in the end, her whole face structure changed.
I also often find amazing some people (and it's mostly men) keep claiming megan fox and jenna dewan are natural beauties. If you find them attractive OK, but you also have to realize that they are wearing tons of make up and have been through several plastic surgeries to look that way. link This shows megan fox without exessive make up and prior to her major surgeries. She's not ugly by all means but she's also not as picture perfect as this link
Yes. It has. Its done a lot of bad things. We have become numb to death and killings. When I see it on the news its like "damn, so sadd, or that's crazy" and in the next few days its like it never happened because I'm so used to seeing it.
As far as beauty I don't know what it is but I liked people everyone else didn't like. I found myself going for the unsual people if I was attracted to someone. When I was in high school I liked this guy who was completely opposite of me. His life got turned upside down but he was a beautiful person and he was very attractive to me. He was really skinny and I wouldn't say white trash because that wasn't him in any sense but after his life took a major turning point he shut down and would be disheveled He liked me back it turns out but he shut everyone out of his life. I was always individualistic about myself and evertything that I done so maybe that's why I turned out to to be that way. If people were more individualistic about themselves maybe that would change too. Just a thought.
Distorted compared to what? Our genes tell us what we are suppose to find beautiful and we have reason to find those traits beautiful. The beautiful people tend to be the healthiest, and therefore are more likely to have the healthiest offspring. The traits most of us desire all have a health reason attached to them.
Today people have learned how to fake their beauty with makeup and such. Long ago women wore girdles, now we use digital technology to do the same thing. One day science will evolve to the point to where everyone truly can be one of the beautiful people. Then we are going to have to start *gasp* developing personalities.
Sense of beauty no, it's everyone's own business what they find attractive. But the media does manipulate all the pictures they have. It's almost impossible to find a modelled picture that hasn't been photoshopped. It's a business standard these days.
Yeah I think so. Even mine is, based on the fact that makeup can really make a person more attractive in my eyes (if used correctly - otherwise, it makes them SO much less attractive). But then again, that doesn't mean a girl can't be attractive without makeup. In fact, I know someone who looks better without it than with it.
Meanwhile, I am still completely boggled as to how some of my very own friends find people like Nicki Minaj attractive... I felt sick after watching one of her music videos D: