Yes. I think there is a label for many "looks." Which makes "nerds," nerds, "beautiful people," beautiful people, and so on. I don't think they are singled out as an individual. I do think they are categorized. Ex: The commercial. "Don't hate me because I'm beautiful."
Yes I happen to think so.... people think if you are beautiful that you may not be a nice person, they are jealous that you get a lot of attention... but there is such a thing as a beautiful person inside and out.
A little, perhaps, by those who are envious of their good looks -- but there are always people like that.
Have you heard of the "Beautiful People Syndrome"? It suggests people who are good looking, or handsome, or who dress well, or who exude personality will always get preferential treatment. In a crowded bar it is always the beautiful people who will be served first.
And this is more than just a theory, I know from experience it is a fact. When I go to a busy counter it takes me so l-o-o-o-n-g to get served.
Everyone judges. However, I do not think that "beautiful women" are being prejudiced against them due to their perceived beauty. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
If there is any prejudice going on, it falls squarely onto the person making the judgement. It says nothing about the woman they think is beautiful.
Hubster certainly thinks I am beautiful, but others may not. I have never experienced a negativity like you are suggesting. Then again, who is going to tell a giant talking eagle they have to wait or cannot have something?
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Yep. I've been told that I'm beautiful and I have problems with other woman all the time cause they get mad at the way my hair looks, the fact that I don't wear alot of makeup(I wear chapstick, mascara and eyeliner) and the clothes I wear and my figure and I am smart too. It really is hard for woman who don't take care of their bodies or skin or hair to be around me cause it just bugs them and I don't much care for the prejudicial comments you know?!!!!