Do you think it's making those who actually have flaws such as "glasses, acne, non perfect teeth, unibrow, etc" feel horrible and insecure of themselves or do you think "pretty/attractive" people are just doing it to gain attention to show how their looks can just transform in seconds (on the video) or what? Because I honestly don't see any good out of this. I think those who are doing it are just probably unintentionally shaming those with flaws and just wanting the attention. Yes I get that we shouldn't judge a book by its cover but there honestly isn't a point to this challenge. Instead of making it a video challenge how about actually fulfilling it in everyday life?
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Ok I just Googled it
"For the purposes of the challenge, being unattractive involves putting on glasses, messing up one's hair, and using makeup to create uni-brows, fake acne, and stained teeth"
So basically a bunch of average -good looking people are pretending to be ugly to make a stand against judging peoples appearances.
lol I think it's a slap in the fave to the people who are actually ugly. This challenge is just a fad, it's not going to acomplish anything.
Looks matter, there has never been a point in human history where looks haven't mattered. There are the privileged and the disadvantaged, that's life. It's not fair.0