A lesson about the ‘pretty / attractive scale’ in females.

I’m sure that everyone has heard of ‘pretty privilege’. It is actually a real thing rather than nonattractive women making it up out of jealousy etc. There is a scale of attractiveness when it comes to being female. It is not there to be understood because the scale constantly changes due to fashion etc. I would just like to say that with age (being 35 in a few weeks) I have lost that attractive part that I had as a youngster. I see youngsters now as anywhere from about 18 to late 20’s. I did get a lot of jealousy when I was younger due to naturally having a figure that never gained weight, big eyes and a passable face. The female officer that ensured I was labelled a criminal for my autism traits was short, fat and would have been seen as ugly. I’m not saying that I didn’t deserve some of it, but you simply cannot say that those in authority don’t have their prejudices and use them in the line of their work. Anyone who probably met her would have seen that she was ugly in personality as well. Apparently, she told my mother who worked at the local shop at that time that she liked me… well, I would hate to see what she would do to a person she didn’t like when she was in that job. In relations to targets, yes, she would like me because she benefited from trying to get me labelled a criminal. Anyway, back to the point of this blog entry. Pretty girls will always get the likes and will always be somewhat popular. There is one girl on the walking app who has got lots of likes. I think she goes the gym a lot. She looks absolutely stunning. She is top of our clubs leader board and has the most likes out of everyone doing the challenge. I wish that I looked like that and even if I did train as much as she probably does injuries wouldn’t allow me and I can’t gain height that I just don’t have. I have got to the age where I no longer compete with other women because it just isn’t worth it. I can wear heals to look taller but that doesn’t make me not on the short side. It is important not to make yourself into something that you aren’t to be loved. Those girls who get lots of followers / likes on instagram etc are completely fake. The photos they put up are edited, yes even the girls that are somewhat stunningly perfect in real life. I don’t edit mine. That gets me less followers but I’m not about my physical looks. I’m primarily on there for the blog and posting those types of photos would take the focus of my writing etc. I do have it in me to be like those instagram models… give me a few months and a few stone lighter and I will be able to be that type. I just don’t see the point in it.

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