You may or may not know this but I am 100% bi-sexual. Me and a girlfriend of mine got into a debate about what is pretty and what is not. So as I often say now, "OFF TO THINK ATHEIST INTERWEBS TO ASK RATIONAL PEOPLE!"
So here I am with a few questions:
I will be at work most of the day but I will be able to read most of your responses on my phone.
1. She's good looking. I particularly like greenish eyes and dark hair. Nice body. (Though ffs stop with this duckface fad already!)
2. She doesn't look like the kind of girl that could hold up her end of a conversation.
3. Young, smooth skin, pouty lips, lots of eye shadow draws attention, gaze, luscious, sensual, skin, etc.
5. No. Not a boob guy.
6. Yes. Curiosity if there was something spectacular behind the black bar.
To everyone that has posted. Is body modification bad?
I don't see why it should be, assuming it doesn't cause health risks as described above.
But I had tumors removed from my body in a quest to improve my life. Why shouldn't others change their body in other ways in their quests to improve their lives?
Within reason: No.
If a person's vanity is worth the cost, pain, and risk involved then they should have the opportunity.
In principal, no, but (subjectively) it often isn't an improvement.
no, Ive had my nipples pierced in the past and would do that again, and i am thinking of a couple different tattoo's.
or are you talking about plastic surgery?
in which case with medical and technological advances....why not?
Because plastic surgery is surgery, and carries the same risks as any operation involving anesthsia and opening the body. Because the cosmetic industry is very, very poorly regulated in America: anyone with a medical degree can perform plastic surgery, sometimes after attending just a weekend confrence to "learn" the technique on powerpoint. Because breast implants can leak, rupture, cause painful scar tissue, and need to be replaced every ten years. Because the standards for the implant material prioritize aesthetic and fiscal results over women's health. Because cosmetic procedures can cause loss of sensitivity and function. Because the "look" that is considered beautiful changes with each generation and in each culture ("duck lips" aren't going to last). Because a girl, a teenager, and a woman gets the message that she must be beautiful, yet she can never be beautiful enough...there will always another product or procedure that has to be bought. Because in our sick culture, even healthy, classically (aka, golden ratio) beautiful women feel ugly...and this is not a problem to be addressed by modifying the body, but rather, the mind. Because our children should look like their parents.
Because our children should look like their parents.
They should look how they want to look provided they are aware of, and accept the risks involved with any procedures they undergo or practices they undertake.
personalty i think your WAY hotter that her and im not just saying that lol your hot! ;)
No, I believe a person has the right to do what they want with their own body even if they want to kill themselves. If they are not trying to hurt themselves then it could be bad. It depends.... physically so long as they understand the risks to their health and are willing to take those risks knowing full well all the hazards and possibilities of complications then it's ok. Psychologically it could be bad if it becomes obsessive and/or compulsive.(I experienced this a bit with tattoos and body jewelry)
The best body modifications are the ones you don't KNOW about - IOW if it is done right, you shouldn't even know it was done.
What turns you on about this girl? She has interesting eyes, a shapely face, and pretty, long, wavy hair
What turns you off about this girl? She's made of plastic, silicone, and makeup - in equal proportions. Her lips look weird.
Why is this girl considered beautiful? See turn-offs??
Is this girl beautiful? She very likely was to start with, but I'm not into plastic.
Does the notion of her breasts being covered make you more attracted because you know she is naked in the (NSFW) *Not Safe For Work*unaltered picture(NSFW) No.
Did you click on the NSFW picture? Why or why not? Yes. No harm in looking right?