Everybody is beautiful in their own way.
It doesn’t matter if you’re short, tall, skinny, fat, black, white, yellow or green. There is something about you that will be appealing to someone else.
Of course, the media have trained all of us to look at physical appearances first, to have one-night stands and the like. I also understand that it’s exponentially more difficult for women to look past this fact than it is for men.
On another note, we have experienced a huge spike in childhood obesity in the past few years. But is it the fault of the kids, or is it the fault of the parents of said children?
Neither. The food industry is actually at fault here. The growth hormones given to farm animals are transfered through our food to our bodies. Human nature plays a big role in it, too. When you’re born, you have more tastebuds than you do when you die. That’s why kids taste sweet things more sweet and bitter things more bitter, and sweet things are deemed by instinct to be the safe foods to eat. That’s why kids are more likely to veer toward candy. If you take notice, it’s not just kids that are getting fat. It’s everybody. Including middle-aged and old people. The young-adult generation is the only one whose people are willing to take action against it and do exercises and diet or whatever.
But in the end it doesn’t really matter. We all die anyway. It just depends on who dies faster. There’s a difference between ejoying yourself and letting go of all inhibitions. But since everybody is beautiul anyway, does it really matter?