Being noticed and respected for their "brain power". People used to laugh at my eyebrows in high school...Gosh, I wasn't considered pretty by anybody at school, but everybody appreciated my smarts. I would much rather people value me for my tenacity and achievements than my appearance that's for sure.
I think that women who are considered to be beautiful get away with a lot of things. I have personally witnessed some of these women been given extravagant gifts as well as granted unusual generous favors.
Oh, she''ll probably get over it . . . I got so used to blokes talking to my damned boobs instead of my face that I started to feel less bothered about being plain . . . hahahahahahaha. Now MY sister . . . she has an even bigger problem if you get my drift. Hint . . I'm humming Jolene . . . . LOL
Oh absolutely!!! If there are two people with exactly the same qualifications, the more attractive person will be chosen for the job. It has been proven time and time again. A lot of sins will be forgiven if the person is attractive, meaning they will get away with more. There is a definite double standard and you see it time and again. People want to be around the attractive person, so they could get certain favours or privileges that others don't. Attractive people who are smart could use this to their advantage, and be very manipulative.
Yes most definitely. Many beautiful people are unaware of the privileges that become available to them, simply because of the way they look.
I watched a social experiment on tv where a beautiful woman was questioned before and after going onto the street dressed by makeup artists. She was made up to look overweight and less attractive. Initially she was filmed going about her day looking her usual beautiful self. People made eye contact with her, offered to help carry her load, opened doors etc. As a plain person she was virtually invisible. She was shocked to experience the contrast and had attributed her success in life to her own hard work , and hadn't realised how much easier her climb to success was because of her privilege.