Posted on : December 23
We have been told for millenniums what to look like and what not. Until the early 1970s, a hairy man used to be looked upon as a man of virility and valor. Today, a hairy man is considered cheap and slobby.
In the 1910s, a lady having a long neck, sloped shoulders and big curls with a little curvy body was considered stunning. Gibson Girl Evelyn Nesbit used to look just like this and became the world’s first supermodel. She used to be considered as the world’s most beautiful woman back in the day.
In the 1920s, Mary Pickford, a five feet tall woman used to be cited as the ideal archetype of a gorgeous woman. Cleavage was gone! A flat-chested look was all the rage. Almost every woman wanted to look as petite and vertically straight as an arrow.
In the 1930s, Jean Harlow, a blonde actress ruled the beauty scene with her 34B bust and a slightly thick waist.
Then in the 1940s, every woman wanted to look like Katherine Hepburn and Lauren Bacall, in the 1950s every wanted the hourglass figure of Elizabeth Taylor or Marilyn Monroe, in the 1960s, Jean Shrimpton and Sophia Loren, 1970s Farrah Fawcett, 1980s Elle Macpherson, 1990s Kate Moss, 2000s Giselle Bundchen and nowadays its none other than Kim Kardashian.
Woman of today is smart enough to know what is right and what is wrong for her. She knows that the mainstream media is nothing but a Fool-maker.
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