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Imagine a world were everyone is beautiful... you can't wanna know why? Beauty if seen on a scale of least beautiful to most or ugly to gourgeous will always have some people who are at the top and some at the bottom. There will always be uggos even if those uggos would've been beautiful in a different set of circumstances. So to be honest things like ugly and beautiful are usually comparative. People often tell me I'm handsome and very good looking. I've never believed this or fealt this way because these things are never said to me if I'm with my cousins or my brother. I get pushed into the background and completely ignored. So when someone says I'm handsome all I hear is most people I know of to compare you to doesn't look as appealing to me as you do. So ugly or beautiful isn't a physical characteristic of myself but rather a subjective observance by whoever is looking at me. Now I said all that to say subjectivity causes some really odd things to happen when it comes down to beauty. Beauty for many is heavily effected by what they look like, who their family is and who their past relations were with. So two people can look at me and come up with vastly different opinions. I've been called ugly before quite a few times. So how can I possibly be both ugly and gorgeous? if you think you're ugly it's simply because your choosing to accept the opinions of those who have called you that. For example my aunt was burned badly as a teenager accross her chest arms and lower part of her face. Now some people would say she's ugly and have even said so out loud but my uncle finds her absolutely beautiful. And I believe he believes that. They've been married for at least 24 years and they're probably one of the happiest couples I know. I could list out some other examples of conventionally different looking people I know that have found people that genuinely found them to be attractive but I think my point has been made. Beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder and if you can find a way too look at yourself and like what you see things would feel a lot better.
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