Ugly people are often mocked in our beauty obsessed culture. The taboo around uglyness makes it hard to advocate for ugly people and their right to be seen as normal. It’s also difficult to talk about how ugly people feel without being accused of being mean spirited or hateful. But despite these challenges, we’ve learned that ugly people are just as important to society as everyone else and they deserve equal representation and equality of rights.
While it’s a sad fact that beautiful people often live longer than ugly people, it’s important to remember that appearance is just one factor in overall life expectancy. Many other factors like diet, exercise, and mental health contribute to how long you will live. If you want to improve your longevity, it’s important to practice self-love and acceptance and not let societal standards of beauty determine how happy you will be in life.
It can be challenging to accept that you’re on the uglier side of the scale, but it’s important to keep in mind that a large part of your attractiveness is determined by genetics. Once you accept that, you can begin to move on from the anger and resentment you may be feeling towards beautiful people. And remember, you’re not alone, many ugly people struggle with dating and relationships too!