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larkspur July 1st, 2013 2:06am

Do you believe that attractive looking people get treated better than not-so-attractive individuals?

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WillametteKevin Mossopolis
06/30/13 11:39 pm

I experience it. Now I am not saying I am attractive; but I am treated differently when I wear a dress shirt and tie versus casual clothes.

XercesBlue ...
06/30/13 8:50 pm

I know so/have experienced it. People treated me insanely different when I shaved all my hair off. I actually could tell the moment I 'became' sexually attractive again. I would never have believed it if I hadn't experienced it for myself!

KatG Liberal in Ohio
06/30/13 8:47 pm

Unfortunately, yes.

Zod Above Pugetropolis
06/30/13 8:02 pm

Yes, but I use it to my advantage. I can look pretty scruffy without too much effort, which helps keep the riff-raff away.

larkspur one race. human.
06/30/13 7:49 pm

I had an experience where I went into Nike recently, I just had a baby and was in sweats and looked awful. The girl I was trying to get to help me was rude and kept ignoring me. I went in a week later, dressed nice and the same girl treated me like a

larkspur one race. human.
06/30/13 7:50 pm

Different person, asking if I needed help with this, complimenting me, etc. I know she didn't realize I was the same person, but it made me think how many people believe its due to looks or if she was just having a bad day, like my husband insists.

larkspur one race. human.
06/30/13 7:51 pm

Also, I'm curious how many people think they do this themselves? Thanks for your honesty.

EarlyBird Portland
06/30/13 7:12 pm

It's true, they do.