WHY DO LOOKS MATTER?

WHY DO LOOKS MATTER?

WHY DO LOOKS MATTER?

WHY DO LOOKS MATTER?

WHY DO LOOKS MATTER?

You Want To Improve Your Looks.

 

If you’re here reading this, chances are that deep down you already have an idea that physical attractiveness is an important factor for determining quality of life. You’re not crazy for wanting to look your best and certainly shouldn’t let others convince you that “looks don’t matter.”

 

While looks do certainly matter, the social problem with physical beauty comes from when people pervert the established sciences of what we know to fit their agenda. Fringe internet (incel) communities use the importance of  physical beauty as a way to deflect personal blame and play the victim of genetics.

Others belonging to a more liberal viewpoint try to redefine beauty to the more inclusive “everyone is beautiful,” but we (QOVES) believe that this is also a perversion of the truth. Not everyone is athletic, intelligent, fit, short nor tall, strong nor weak and these variations are not things we actively try to redefine, so why is it for physical beauty we constantly try to shift the goalpost?

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Shafee HassanAnthropologist | Founder

A Snapshot Of The Research

Looks Do Matter.

Looks Do Matter. Here’s The Research

 

If you’re here reading this, chances are that deep down you already have an idea that physical attractiveness is an important factor for determining quality of life. You’re not crazy for wanting to look your best and certainly shouldn’t let others convince you that “looks don’t matter.”

 

While looks do certainly matter, the social problem with physical beauty comes from when people pervert the established sciences of what we know to fit their agenda. Fringe internet (incel) communities use the importance of  physical beauty as a way to deflect personal blame and play the victim of genetics.

Others belonging to a more liberal viewpoint try to redefine beauty to the more inclusive “everyone is beautiful,” but we (QOVES) believe that this is also a perversion of the truth. Not everyone is athletic, intelligent, fit, short nor tall, strong nor weak and these variations are not things we actively try to redefine, so why is it for physical beauty we constantly try to shift the goalpost?

Looks Do Matter. Here’s The Research

 

If you’re here reading this, chances are that deep down you already have an idea that physical attractiveness is an important factor for determining quality of life. You’re not crazy for wanting to look your best and certainly shouldn’t let others convince you that “looks don’t matter.”

 

While looks do certainly matter, the social problem with physical beauty comes from when people pervert the established sciences of what we know to fit their agenda. Fringe internet (incel) communities use the importance of  physical beauty as a way to deflect personal blame and play the victim of genetics.

Others belonging to a more liberal viewpoint try to redefine beauty to the more inclusive “everyone is beautiful,” but we (QOVES) believe that this is also a perversion of the truth. Not everyone is athletic, intelligent, fit, short nor tall, strong nor weak and these variations are not things we actively try to redefine, so why is it for physical beauty we constantly try to shift the goalpost?