Why do people call others shallow or superficial in they rejects girls because of her small boobs or butt or if the girl rejects him because, he isn't muscular or has a small penis? Those people who call them out do have preferences as well. wouldn't most people rejects someone because of their race or if someone is extremey ugly or fat. Everyone is superficial than. There is no difference to rejects someone because he/she is fat or because of small boobs. Everyone has things which turn them off. There are guys who would date fat girls but not girls with small boobs and the other way around. Dating and love only works with sexual attraction. Why do people transfer their preferences and morality on others?
Most Helpful Girl
Rejecting someone because they have certain features like small boobs or muscles IS shallow.
Before you get all crazy and bothered, that doesn't always have to be bad. Nearly every person is shallow about something. Very few noble people exist that give absolutely no fucks about looks, they're either noble af or blind. And I mean literally blind not "you think Im cute? Omg you must be blind lololol"
I don't mind that people are shallow or have high standards, but holy fuck, own up to it. I'm very shallow with first glances, I do care that the person is physically attractive TO ME, after that, THEN I can get to know your personality. And I do have high standards. On GaG, apparently I have unreasonably high lol1
Most Helpful Guy
It has to do with emotional and sexual maturity. 'Emotionally Developed', 'Mature' people, and 'Sexually Confident', and 'Mature' people don't see these superficial things, but rather the PERSON!
As you grow up, and experience life, and meet others with other ideas, and thinking, you start to learn that it is the PERSON that is really attractive!! WHO they are, as a PERSON, is what is really appealing!
Physical beauty lasts for only a few years. What do you have, after that, if you don't have a personality, some things you like, things you do, and share with others.
A person is more than just the appearance, and that alone, judging that, is a measure in itself. . .0