On 5/7/06, Rob Church <robchur(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 07/05/06, geni <geniice(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 5/7/06, Rob Church <robchur(a)gmail.com>
Not all of us find collagen-pumped,
attractive. There is, of course, no accounting for taste.
Regardless of your taste I'm sure you will find something in there
(well I will conceed the coiverage of men is somewhat more limted).
Of course since many of the magazines have a business moddle based
around attractive women it is likely they have a reasonable idea as to
what is considered attractive.
At what point did I state I had homosexual interests either?
At what point did I say you did?
response demonstrates further fallacies; "attractive" is subjective,
and the concept dictates the criteria are determined in the mind of
It is quite posible to handle the term "attractive" objectively.
To put this in simple English, because a lot of people
here don't seem
to understand words longer than a particular threshold:
"A magazine does not dictate what is attractive."
That would depend on how much importance cultral conditioning has. Any
magazine with playboy style businness model and competant editors is
going to be putting girls who it's target audence would find
attractive on it's front page. If it didn't it would go bust in fairly