Not many of us are willing to admit to being superficial. When it comes to dating, we usually feel our criteria is totally justified! However, you might be surprised to discover that you are more superficial than you previously realized.
Can an employee be fired from a job for not adhering to dress codes, not meeting makeup requirements, sporting tattoos or piercings, or for other personal qualities or forms of self-expression? Apparently, yes.
To put it plainly, pretty people get paid more, and not just in occupations like modeling, entertainment, sales and marketing, and prostitution. To what extent do good looks matter in the workplace? What physical characteristics are most rewarded? You might be amazed by the answers.
Good-looking people seem to have all the luck. Thanks to the "beauty bias," our largely unconscious preoccupation with
We want to make this person the center of our universe and really show them just how amazing they truly are... but this person just doesn't want to be with us. Honestly, I don't blame them.
Most men are not the fearful little bunnies that decades of dating folklore have made them out to be.
Having discussed these issues at length with lovers and compatriots alike, we decided to conduct a little unofficial poll as a beacon of light to guide our battered ship away from the shoals.
Read on for the full results. And as beauty is in the eye of the beholder, if you disagree, make your point of view heard
The notion that cosmetic surgery is a "simple beauty treatment" is a contradiction in terms, a paradox of sorts. Surgery is almost never simple, physically or psychologically, and the more we believe it's a solution to our beauty needs, the less beautiful we tend to feel.