Just about every person I've seen on here that has asked if they're ugly or if they could be rated is basically really beautiful. I have yet to see someone that I would consider ugly and then it got me thinking. Everybody in the world really is beautiful. As ugly as one person may to one they're extremely gorgeous to another. By default we're all ugly and we're all beautiful because of how subjective beauty is. I just like to focus on the latter of the two lol. What do you think about these obviously beautiful people asking for opinions on how they look? Do you think they get their validation from that and are just fishing for compliments, or do you think they genuinely have a concern and are look for honest answers?
Most Helpful Guy
I tend to think all of the above - Even the seemingly most beautiful are insecure about their looks possibly more so especially if they feel their only currency is their looks - So validation and fishing for compliments seems like reasonable behaviour - Intermingled in all these is an underlying insecurity - Maybe a couple of hours of "You are beautiful" is balm to the soul plus there is also the negative comments they sometimes get, really why subject yourself to that unnecessarily unless you felt you needed it.2
Most Helpful Girl
I feel like the people that express specific concerns about their appearance do want genuine opinions, whereas the ones that just say "rate me / Am I pretty?" only want attention. But I agree that beauty is subjective. There's definitely something good about everyone's appearance, no one is straight up ugly.1