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. Yes. I like her face, though as noted her lips look a bit odd, the more I look at them. A brief glimpse didn't make them look odd, but more investigation and consideration makes them look odd. I also like the hair - I'm unsure why, but I do like long hair on women. Also, her (visible) bodily proportions don't hurt. Although faces do a lot for me, I'm also quite a breast man.
2. Nothing, yet. I don't have any objection to her posing nude, etc. To go any further, I'd need to interact with her, to experience her personality. And this photograph does not give any indication as to personality (some do, this one is too obviously posed and treated). There's almost no personality in this photograph other than "hi, I'm naked. this is sexual."
3&4. Why? I've read a lot of studies into beauty, but I'm not sure why she IS considered beautiful. Is she? She's certainly attractive, but that's not the same thing. I honestly think I need more than one exposure to a person to judge their beauty.
5. I've flipped between the two, and while my hindbrain certain enjoys the NSFW picture, I think there's something more tantalizing about the covered picture.
6. Yes. Mostly for curiosity, and some to attempt to answer 5. Also, it said 'NSFW' and... I'm a pervert?
7. Already answered?
What turns you on about this girl? - Nothing actually, she is surgically altered, then covered in make-up and finally Photoshop-ed, being turned on her by would be like getting wet over Jessica from Who Framed Roger Rabbit - and I say this as a lesbian.
What turns you off about this girl? - Oh so many things. 1. What is wrong with her putting a brush through her hair? I have to get four kids, a wife and two dogs up every morning and I have longer hair than she does yet still I manage to brush my hair properly, its sloppy. 2.Eyebrows, why destroy perfectly good natural eyebrows to replace them with...... well THAT ! 3. Here eyes are lovely but then I suspect airbrushed so no win there. 4. Her skin is airbrushed or buried under layers of cake because no skin looks like that,my skin varies with my hormones, every woman's does its normal. 5. And for me this would be the biggie, the fillers in her face and her fake breasts. If they have any sort of silicone in then my mind is on the ladies I see each week who have serious systemic medical problems due to disintegrating man made materials in their bodies gradually destroying their entire health. These problems are so huge I cannot see past this, my fault.
Why is this girl considered beautiful? - By who exactly ? She might be physically attractive under all the flim-flam but before I would consider her "beautiful" I would want to see the real her, talk to her, read her face and body language.
Is this girl beautiful? - Assuming I accept the picture at face value then I would say attractive, no more.
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, could tell they were fake before i looked at the full picture.
Did you click on the NSFW picture? - Yes.
Why or why not? - being partly sighted I miss out on enough of every picture already so not about happily accept being further blinded artificially.
Pictures like these are fantasies and taken as such are fine I guess. For me I would rather a picture of a real woman with a face that reflects her life and speaks of it. With a body that reflects all the same sorts of flaws of the rest of us. With breasts that move with those lovely, beautiful natural dynamics that make them so wonderful, and even breasts that show she has nurtured life.
I laughed so hard about Jessica Rabbit. I have to agree...this "look" leaves me cold. I can't help but to wonder what her natural physical state would have been and if she regrets the changes. How do the implants and injections affect her ability to feel and enjoy the experience of living in her own body?
When I see women pulling that sexy, emotionally ambiguous look, I always wonder...what was she thinking and feeling while portraying the facade created in this image? What type of personality does she have? What type of life? Is she happy?
I am straight but I can evaluate the beauty of any girl... this girl is not pretty! she's only a naked body!
See my standards here,
This is the ideal nose!
This is the ideal mouth
the ideal lips
hey! I frgot to answer your questions :)
1. her eyes, hair.
2. her lips are big I dont like big lips!
3. she's not beautiful..
4. no, she's not..and why? see above my standards of beauty!
5. No, not at all..
6. yes I did! and why? curiosity! and btw, her boobs are 100% fake!
7. I'm honest I wish I did'nt click on it! because that's not me I dont watch nude photos usually!
btw, I do love the beauty of a woman especially her face! her personality nothing more..
I always try to answer these things without reading the replies, so here it goes...
OK, the Golden Ratio....
There is a MOUNTAIN of information out there about this. The basic gist of it is: there is a ratio that occurs in nature - A LOT - and is represented by the Greek letter phi (). Basically if you break down the ratio it comes out to something like 1:1.61.... things like how far apart the eyes are to the face, where the nose is, where the cheeks are, etc. The closer a face is to the Golden Ratio, the more attractive it is. We are HARD WIRED to this. It is also why you may find certain pictures, buildings, flowers, etc. beautiful - it's the Golden Ratio.
As an old math teacher and computer geek, I love stuff like the Golden Ratio and the Fibonacci Number/Sequence (simply put - 1, 2, 3, 5... the pattern is the last two numbers added together make the next number). Corn, Chrysanthemums, Nautilus Shells, and much more demonstrate the Fibonacci Sequence.
OK, that's it! Enjoy!
But how does that Golden Ratio apply to different cultures with different standard..? For instance those who find the stretching of the neck via rings is attractive or say feudal Japan when the woman blackend their teeth to look attractive..? Or some Africa tribes where beauty is based on size.. the larger the woman the more attractive she is..?
1) not much, fake pretty much everything other than maybe her eyes.. not very impressive imho
2) see #1
3) because we have been conditioned to think that certain body features are all that a man or a woman needs to see to be 'turned on' by a person of the opposite sex. altered bodies speak of insecurity, not sensuality, to me anyhow...
4) show me a pic of her before her surgery, and i may be able to give you a better answer to this question
5) her breasts are fake, to me, they are not very attractive on principle
6) yes, why shouldn't i?
7) see #6
She looks completely plasticized & fake & airbrushed (ooops photoshopped). Yes, I clicked...fake boobies too. High gloss shine on the duck face doesn't help. Without all the troweled on makeup, I'll bet she's very pretty. Love her eyes !
1. not really turned on, but that may be because the picture is heavily photoshopped.
2. the fact that the picture has been heavily altered does not work in her favor.
3. beauty is subjective, but there are apparently certain attributes (ratios of body proportions) that are attractive to the population whether gay or straight.
4. she may be. a better way to tell may be an unaltered picture of her from another angle.
5. given certain situations, breasts imply a prelude to sex, especially in a culture that allows guys to walk around topless but not women. we are meant to imply that she desires sex, but the picture is very static in its composition and does not appear spontaneous at all. so, not really.
6. i clicked on it because i expected another photoshop of swastikas or some other object that would be meant to lower her attractiveness.
7. see above.