It's a humongous world out there with highly likeable people and various ways to receive happiness other than the particular route of picking a single face. If looks were meant to be such a required and desired factor than wrinkles and gray hairs wouldn't have an existence.
Now would they?
So what if the girl has a clean face?
So what if the girl is old fashion and has beliefs?
So what if the girl is a lesbian or dike?
It doesn't matter people
Who cares about what a stereotypical person does and doesn't like?, if they hate it so much they should mind their own business instead of shunning the others for it like an object on an aisle
People are people
And each and every one of them has 1 chance at life so they deserve to be allowed to do whatever they please
- I don't mind them, natural beauty should seriously stop being underrated. I mean it's the best way to go.
- I believe that all girls/women should stand out the most, make up is the only solution to that
- I think they're too plain looking and it turns me off
- I assume they're old fashion and have morals against it
- It makes them look young which I just can't work with because I'll never be able to take them seriously
- I assume they're a homo and that's an immediate problem because I'm a straight guy
- I assume they're a feminist and hate all feminine stereotypes