This was nicely put. Great words mate.
Thanks for MHO.
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If ugliness is subjective then, why do people go to gym?Why do people use cosmetics?Why do people go to an orthodontist for braces?Simple answer. Ugliness can be subjective but mostly it's objective.
Not really because not everyone goes to gym , not everyone has the same training and not everyone perceive uglyness the same. As an example I like skinny girls , I'll never like a fat girl or a girl that has a massive butt or breasts. But other people will find skinny girls ugly , so is totally subjective , the only thing that is objective is that we don't like uglyness (that may sound stupid) and because of that we all change our bodies or not , but be sure that even someone who doesn't do anything is still hating the uglyness (if he doesn't change his perception in what uglyness means for him/her )
@AndreiDan13l ugliness can be subjective, but mostly it's objective let me give an example Conchata Ferrell, please tell me you're attracted to her. And please tell, you find Jennifer Lopez ugly even though she is in her 50s now
That's an extreme case :)) But you got a point , thanks for sharing.