Do unattractive people internally hope to discredit attractive people to ease the anxiety welling up inside them, that being jealousy? How common is it for a person who's unattractive to say to an attractive person, "you're so thin or so pretty I hate you"? It happens and is almost always brushed off as some sort of adoration. Envy is not a healthy emotion. Admiration is a healthy response when it evokes the desire to achieve a similar result in ones own self. We are meant to be inspired by beauty not angered. Disliking someone because of their appearance is an obviously unhealthy response. Join us as we dig deeper into the attitudes of this debate. Take part in the polls and debates at the bottom of this page. Let's get to the bottom of this.
Discriminating Prejudice Against Pretty People
Have you been discriminated against due to your looks? Are some people out right mean to you because you're thin, pretty or handsome? Do some treat good looking people badly?
Are You Attractive?
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A Unhealthy Dislike of Others
The problem of discrimination almost always occurs due to a inner self loathing brought on in the developmental years.
Hurting people hurt other people. This is the cycle creating discrimination and prejudice which can be easily reversed. No one wants to feel this way or worse yet act in an obviously prejudice manner. While many think the pretty people have it made merely due to their appearance this belief creates unfair discrimination. While there are those of us in society who discriminate against our attractive counterparts, it's a problem we should address openly and honestly. While good looking people can be just as talented, and often more so, as unattractive people there are those who treat pretty people unjustly. Are you prejudice against pretty people and worse yet have you treated beautiful people badly based on their looks?
Good Looks Equal Success?
It's long been rumored tall, thin and attractive people have the edge when it comes to getting hired, making more money and so on.
- If this is true does it fuel anger in some who are neither tall, thin or attractive?
- Is it fair to begrudge those among the blessed beauty?
While it is not acceptable to discriminate against someone who is over weight or other wise compromised of physical beauty why is it okay to do the same because someone has the edge in terms of appearance?
The next time you feel a twinge of contempt for another because they are physically superior to you think twice. Why? After all it's what's inside that counts. People behaving ugly are ugly regardless of their outward appearance.
Discriminating Against Attractive Women
Men report passing over attractive women in the work place for fear of accusations or jealousy of others.
Men in management positions report their wives or girl friends make them feel tense and uncomfortable about attractive women in the work place. This may be a question of security in ones relationship and self confidence. Do you feel some women give men a hard time about hiring or working with attractive women? Is this fair to the attractive professional woman?
Women in management positions have been reported to discriminate against their more attractive counter parts holding them back from advancements they other wise deserved. Have you been apart of such prejudice against a more attractive or stunning female working under you or were you a person who's suffered this?
Attractive Men at Work
Do husbands and boy friends give the women in their lives a hard time about working with attractive men?
Do the insecurities of some men cause friction for their female partners who work with or become friends with attractive men?
is it the primal jealousy surfacing we once needed to protect what was ours in primitive times? Can you control the jealousy surfacing rationalizing the absurdity of it all? Are you a man who gives attractive men a hard way to go at work? Do you pass him over for projects or consider him a pretty boy you poke fun at?
Looking Good Takes Work
Very few people are thin and beautiful by mistake, it takes work.
Regardless of what you were born with, if you don't take care of it you lose it. Thin attractive people typically care about what goes into and onto their bodies.
Pretty and handsome people work hard to look the way they do. While some may like the attention they get from being thin and attractive, others don't expect it at all. Some thin people go along with the standard it comes natural to me misconception and yet it doesn't always work that way.
There are many beautiful people hidden beneath an unkempt exterior or poor self image. Anyone can become an attractive person simply by caring about their appearance and their bodies.
It is wrong to treat anyone based on their appearance attractive or unattractive. It is the way we feel that comes out, seeps from our being presenting itself to the world. What are you displaying for the world?