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Sat, 03/17/2012 - 15:04 Wondering Attractive women that unfortunately have small breasts

I wonder how Erik knows that the second woman actually has breast implants... did you ask her? Normally such small breast implants are only custom made for cancer patients... the model in question doesn't seem to have too big implants... yes her breasts kinda look like implants, but there are women out there with oddly shaped NATURAL breasts...

By the way, she also has what I'd call a not very feminine face, at least compared to the blonde model... and by the way who cares if Adriana Lima or other BEAUTIFUL women have some "masculine" features, Brad Pitt has some feminine features, like plump lips for example, and I don't see many women complaining that he looks like a woman... as a matter of fact, extremely masculine looking guys are not that attractive... the same happens with women.

Fri, 03/16/2012 - 20:12 orlando Feminization and masculinization in the looks of men

Yeah i know the cheekbones is common in natives and south asians, im mestizo ... i mentioned because i read that high broad cheekbones gives the person a more masculine and aggresive look this is why many female models look masculine, because of cheekbones, also all the bad guys in movies have high cheekbones ... i like to have them, makes me look exotic so to speak lol but i still have fat on my face so they dont look that defined female models with hi

Thu, 03/15/2012 - 14:53 Keep it up Emily Rhinoplasty in Stockholm, Sweden: comments on the fine, straight and chiseled Nordic nose

This was the comment I alluded to in my previous post. Sorry for not quoting the first time around.

"I live in Vancouver, Canada, and went to a high school with over half the population being Asian. The whole Vancouver area is full of them. My point is on AVERAGE they are extremely ugly. My siblings and I always laughed at the school photos of them. They look retarded over half the time and then you get on the internet with them claiming they are the greatest looking women on earth.

I admit about 5% of them are GORGEOUS. Extremely rare and better-looking than most white women by far. They also usually are thin (and HAVE to be, if they put on any weight it never goes to good places). But most of them look like their faces were beat with a frying pan and then melted. Honestly, I find most of them difficult to look at."

Thu, 03/15/2012 - 14:51 Keep it up Emily Rhinoplasty in Stockholm, Sweden: comments on the fine, straight and chiseled Nordic nose

This was extremely rude and insensitive, and the author would do well to choose his or her words more carefully. It is also 100% accurate.

In general, many Asians are so ugly they're hard to look at. One of my best friends is a Chinese girl, and she's healthy, has a great body, is well-groomed, and is an all around lovely person. She is not disfigured in any way, but she simply looks like a monkey.

Sat, 03/10/2012 - 23:35 Milagros Welcome!

the person who is owner of the website is ignorant. he making thin women feel bad about them selfs. women is a women because she has pussy. not because of size of her boobs or body. the butt is to go bathroom , it is just seen as beauty standard now in this era. this person who owns the website is doing the same thing as media, your going against body type.

Sat, 03/10/2012 - 22:50 milly Self-esteem issues related to the feminine beauty site

i just want to say the person who is owner of this website , is making people ignorant that what they are. you are bashing thin women. Many thin girls get bullied because of people like you. That's if i create website talking bad about curvy women , thick or fat whatever you call it. saying horrible things about them and comparing them to other body's. you are doing the same thing as media, puting other women down!

Sat, 03/10/2012 - 21:57 Rose Rhinoplasty in Stockholm, Sweden: comments on the fine, straight and chiseled Nordic nose

I think Laetita Casta and Monica Bellucci are prime examples of female beauty. I love oval faces with full lips,small narrow noses and gorgeous almond shaped eyes...along with natural curves and long sexy legs. But this kind of beauty is rare and that is why it is highly prized. In regards to swedish beauty...Agnetha Faltskog in her prime was very lovely and feminine.

Sat, 03/10/2012 - 11:45 Lawrence Nasion placement and attractiveness

or you could just retract the nasion height and the protruding forehead. That would make everything look smaller and "feminine" and proportional. ME personally, looking at the Marquardt mask it looks like a guy to me. the nose is way too prominent and the forehead is what you would expect to see from a guy. The classic ideal of modern "beauty" is a small nose, but at the same time high. However, not that high. That's not really considered beautiful I think according to our standard of beauty. Remember though, that this mask was devised from fashion models. And fashion models aren't chosen for their faces. The mask itself ideologically is flawed, because if you look at the model on Marquardt's website whom he claims fits the mask perfectly. She really isn't considered prettier than someone like say kristen stewart or emma watson. Who don't fit the Mask nearly as well as her. IF you look at both examples excluding emma watson who isn't known for having a pretty profile. You will notice that their noses are rather small and not nearly as protruding as Marquardt claims "beauty" should be. Kristen's nose height is no more than 10mm. Although, if you look at it from a different angle it'll look like it's even 15mm above. However this is, because her head is turned at an angle. The way to make sure you are looking at someone's nose height. Is too make sure that their eyebrows align with there forehead. If you look at the first model picture on this page, her eyebrows don't align with her brow bone meaning that that isn't her nose height.
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Fri, 03/09/2012 - 14:27 Apollyon Self-esteem issues related to the feminine beauty site

Fair enough. I was being somewhat facetious in my use of the term 'sane'. I realize that sanity does not necessarily determine one's attraction to typical or atypical features/body structures or even age. Otherwise we not see people that are considered less physically appealing successfully marrying and raising children.

I was perhaps too sarcastic with Molly.

Thu, 03/08/2012 - 23:02 Erik Does beauty lie in the eye of the beholder?

Jim: Regarding evidence for masculine looks in women being disproportionately preferred by “homosexual/bisexual men, lesbian/bisexual women, women with gender identity disorder, anorexics, bulimics and masculinized women,” this is an inference I have drawn.

If you look at representative surveys of sexual interests and behaviors, among those that have either voluntarily indulged in homosexual behavior or experienced same-sex attraction at some point in their lifetimes, very few, including a small proportion of self-identified gays and lesbians, have neither voluntarily engaged in heterosexual sex nor experienced opposite-sex attraction in their lifetimes. You can find some old evidence for it here (newer surveys show the same thing): and

By extrapolation, the appeal of masculinized women will be greater for the nonheterosexual group because such women are in between male and female average looks.

One can observe a higher prevalence of nonheterosexuality among those with gender identity issues:

Correspondingly, the appeal of masculinized women will be greater for the group with gender identity issues.

Mentioning the cited evidence will not help you avoid accusations of homophobia.

Evidence that the sex hormone profiles of anorexic and bulimic women tend to be less feminine has been cited already, which should correspond to a less feminine appearance on average, and it is known that a number of them are influenced by less feminine, on average, high-fashion models, suggesting greater salience of masculinized women to such women [this is a weak contention, and even I would not bet on it].

You have also asked me to explain “the social conditioning that has occurred due to the iron grip that the fashion industry has taken on the mainstream industry that has resulted in pretty much every women in show business being made to be as thin as they can be and to downplay any curves they have.” But this is not an instance of social conditioning.

When you mention show business, top publications, TV and Radio, the choices are made by few people notwithstanding a superficial diversity of TV stations, magazines and people, and the choices do not necessarily reflect the preferences of the general public. You need to look at controlled studies, and it becomes very clear that the majority in Western nations optimally prefers, in women, a subset of the medically normal body weight range and above average femininity.

If you do not understand the discordance, ask yourself what are the odds of me writing for a major mainstream magazine or newspaper or perhaps be involved in a position of prominence related to what is disseminated via TV or Radio? Nil, not because I have nothing useful or interesting to say or because I cannot back up my arguments with evidence, but because some people have spent much time and resources on effecting social change and maintaining certain positions that someone like me may undermine. These people will be vary of personalities who show independent and critical thinking skills, even if such thinkers have not yet written or said something that displeases them. Correspondingly, do not confuse the banal, the mundane, the garbage and the relative homogeneity coming from the top as evidence of social conditioning or widespread endorsement. Controlled studies show a very different picture, and not just about beauty preferences, but also about political attitudes and other things that matter.

Thu, 03/08/2012 - 21:20 Erik Satoshi Kanazawa on the physical attractiveness of blacks

Jim: I have answered your question what the numerous problems are: accusations of racism, sometimes turning into a mud-slinging fest, all over this site. When physical variation and people’s reaction to it is more thoroughly discussed, whereas the conclusions may not be pleasing to some, opportunities for mud-slinging, cries of bias or prejudice go down. The article above alone does not solve the problem, but it is a step in the right direction, and I will have more to say on related matters.

I also answered a previous question by you, on attractive non-white women, to the best of my ability. In most cases I really do not know names, nor care much for names as I have a hard time remembering people’s names. Do not be mislead by my mentioning names of various obscure models since in most cases they are pseudonyms, and I have just mentioned the names as I found them where I found the models.

I will answer the other question where it appears.

Thu, 03/08/2012 - 20:29 Erik Self-esteem issues related to the feminine beauty site

Apollyon: Your statement in reply to Molly, that no sane heterosexual male finds girls or women looking like rail-thin boys attractive, is factually incorrect.

“Sanity” pertains to mental health. An atypical preference does not necessarily result from mental illness. And just because a mental illness may be accompanied by a statistically atypical preference, it does not mean that the atypical preference necessarily results from mental illness.

You will find heterosexual men interested in boyish females, and whereas such men are statistically atypical, some presumably having narrowly escaped nonheterosexual development, there is no reason to believe that such a preference necessarily results from insanity.

One must also separate sexual interest from an evaluation of attractiveness not based on sexual appeal. Just as the typical person can find some children better looking than others without being sexually attracted to children, some boyish girls have faces that are a work of art... like some mannequins... adults and males would have a harder time achieving such faces because of the greater robusticity or ruggedness that accompany the conditions.

Molly is obviously disturbed by this site, and in such cases the woman should be left alone to recover.

Thu, 03/08/2012 - 19:26 Erik Waist-to-hip ratio and attractiveness in women: addressing confounds

Meg: At 42-32-42, yours is an hourglass figure according to clothing standards, but how feminine this appears in real life is a separate question. If you were short, these measurements would describe a thickset figure, but at 5-9, it depends. These measurement could be describing a voluptuous woman if the cup size is large or very large and the hips are well-rounded, or the physique could be muscular, with a large rib-cage/small breasts, and the appearance not so feminine. You know best.

Thu, 03/08/2012 - 19:17 Erik Feminization and masculinization in the looks of men

Orlando: The mandible is affected by masculinizing and feminizing factors. You must have misunderstood something.

Your face is masculine. Don’t let the cheekbones confuse you as they reflect part-Indian and utlimately Asiatic ancestry; ancestry aspects mostly do not involve population differences in masculinity-femininity.

Thu, 03/08/2012 - 19:04 Erik Rhinoplasty in Stockholm, Sweden: comments on the fine, straight and chiseled Nordic nose

Hathaway: Some people in all populations, Swedes included, are bound to have weird noses. But Princess Madeliene, the Duchess of Hälsingland and Gästrikland, is an inappropriate example as she is not ethnically Swedish. Only part of her ancestry is Swedish.

Thu, 03/08/2012 - 03:57 Visitor Barbie: the bane of feminists, and why she is preferred

No, being a sentient human being causes that problem. Barbie doesn't make me worthless, it just does the same thing thing as this website - tells exactly how I'm worthless. I don't want to be in denial about that like feminists are.

There is no such thing as self-esteem, at least not for females. Either you're beautiful and you can participate in society or you're worthless and you know it. Where is self-esteem supposed to fit in? Self-esteem is part of the feminist idea that females can go around and live their lives even if they're ugly, which is obviously just denial.

Thu, 03/08/2012 - 03:54 Molly Self-esteem issues related to the feminine beauty site

I'm not rail thin, so I would still be worthless if that was the case.

Wed, 03/07/2012 - 19:50 Anti-idiot Discrimination against unattractive women

What a waste of half an hour of my life.

The fashion industry is ultimately run by (i.e. financed by) heterosexual old men. Why don't you put together a website on that?

Wed, 03/07/2012 - 16:38 Apollyon Barbie: the bane of feminists, and why she is preferred

Sure all that happened. If it did, it sounds like you had severe self-esteem issues or perhaps a mental health problem. The idea that a barbie doll will cause all these problems is ludicrous.

Were you crushed when you discovered there is no Santa Claus?

Wed, 03/07/2012 - 16:11 Apollyon Self-esteem issues related to the feminine beauty site

You are really spinning on that Hamster wheel aren't you? It never ceases to amaze me how women can get something so completely wrong. Why not actually read what the site is about before commenting. Then you won't have to write overly sarcastic "I'm worthless because I'm not perfect" comments.

Would you prefer to be compared with rail thin boyish models that no sane heterosexual male finds attractive? Let us know.

Wed, 03/07/2012 - 14:16 Jim Satoshi Kanazawa on the physical attractiveness of blacks

Unfortunately, I have to point out that you have not answered my question.

The reason you gave for writing this article here is that Kanazawa's piece has caused "numerous problems" for you. I asked what they were that you needed to deal with this and your response doesn't address that.

Reason 1 doesn't address my main question.

Reason 2 isn't specifically relevant to this article and its effect on you.

Reason 3 may be relevant but it could be an incident that wasn't due to this article being published. Also, it isn't "numerous" as it's just one incident.

Reason 4 is not what would be defined as a problem at all.

So I ask you again to state what "numerous problems" as this article caused you that you needed to write up this post dealing with Kanazawa's article.

While on the topic of questions not answered, I would also like to draw your attention to two previous questions I have made that you have not addressed. I would appreciate it if you can address them.

First one goes back several months ago. It can be found here:

I'm sorry to say that your answer there was not satisfactory. I asked for "several" non white women and you only gave me one. The reason you gave was also unsatisfactory because even if you don't know the names of women offhand you can easily find them as evidenced by the many articles you do have on this site of women that you provided the names for. So please take the effort of doing so.

The second question I made was more recent. If you are not aware of it here is the link:

I hope you can address that one too because I believe it can be constructive regarding the fashion industry and its influence on the mainstream media and society.


Wed, 03/07/2012 - 06:35 Molly Estradiol and face shape in women

Are there some pills I can take or something I can do to increase my estradiol and progesterone hormones?

Wed, 03/07/2012 - 06:14 Molly Barbie: the bane of feminists, and why she is preferred

I was given a bunch of Barbie dolls when I was a kid. I remember looking at myself in the mirror when I was little and seeing how much was wrong with me. I'm sure just about every female can remember the shock when they looked in the mirror and realized that they didn't look like Barbie. That crushing realization that you are wrong, that you don't look the way you're supposed to. It was different back then, because I thought that I might look like that when I grew up. But then I grew up and I still didn't look the way I'm supposed to.

Feminists need to accept that if you're female and you don't look that way, you are worthless. It's THAT simple. It's nice for a feminist to think she can have career and dreams and things, but what she fails to realize is that you can't have the luxury to pursue a dream when you're not even worth anything. You have to be worth something first, and only then you can think about dreams. And to be worth anything you have to look like this website describes. Achieve perfect beauty, and then you can be worthy to pursue your dreams.

Wed, 03/07/2012 - 05:54 Molly Some sex/gender differences in nose shape; measurements for rhinoplasty

What about an upturned nose? I noticed that many beautiful women have a "ski slope" nose that turns up at the end. Do I need to have a nose like that?

Wed, 03/07/2012 - 05:10 Molly Self-esteem issues related to the feminine beauty site

Okay, I get the point. I know I'm completely worthless because I'm disgustingly hideous. I see how much work you've put into proving that a female is worthless if she doesn't look exactly the right way and I definitely get it.

But I need to know, is there any hope for us who are worthless because of the way we look? I've decided not to travel or pursue my dream of writing because I know that I need to use every single penny I can scrounge on cosmetic surgery. I've given up on the idea of being respected or successful, because I need to achieve the goal of simply being ACCEPTABLE before I can even think about excessive luxuries like respect. And I understand that if I don't look like Megan Fox, then I'm too worthless to even be allowed to exist.

I'm living the cheapest I can, putting every spare penny into my cosmetic surgery fund. I also wear a corset every day, as tight as it will go, so I can get the correct waist. It's very painful and I know it can damage my liver and kidneys, but there is no point in living as long as I'm worthless anyway, so it's something I have to do.

So I really, really promise that I'm doing everything it takes to look the way I'm supposed to. I really am, I swear. Please, please tell me, is it possible that if I devote my life to it, I can look the way I'm supposed to and finally be worthy enough to live? If I put all my money into cosmetic surgery and use all my free time to work on my looks, is it possible?