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A Man Reveals His Thoughts on What Makes a Woman Beautiful

“Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.” This old adage is ever so true, yet somewhat oversimplified. What the eyes see as beautiful is often largely shaped by the culture in which they have been socialized. And with the socialized view of beauty, we are led to worship the shallowest semblance of beauty and Keep Reading ?
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