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  • The main important is who you are.

    All women are beautiful ! Beauty does not mean the physical but the inner beauty. We cannot divide women into beautiful and ugly because everyone is an individual, has her own difference. Every woman is beautiful in her own way.Inner beauty is the most important feature in our human being.

  • There is a Goddess in every woman

    Learning to accept and love oneself that is true beauty. Honoring that part of yourself and realizing you are so much more.
    True beauty comes from within, we as women and especially young girls judge ourselves according to how others see us and think we have to look a certain way, that is superficial beauty.

  • Every woman is beautiful in her own way

    In my opinion, all women are beautiful, because this word has a lot of values. Firstly, some men believe, that if they say that this girls is very lovely and nice, it means that she has good looks, that is perfect facial features, slender figure and she has a fashionable style. But other people see the beauty of the inner world of girls. For example, they appreciate women's respect, literacy, breeding etc.
    So I think that every girl is nice.

  • Assuming this is about physical beauty, I would say that all women are beautiful.

    Comparing a woman from the other does not make that other woman ugly. People tend to compare women that when they see that if a particular woman is beautiful compared to others, they think that all the rest of the women are ugly. "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder," says that we all have different definition of beauty, and you're not to judge who is beautiful or not because for everyone in some ways all women are beautiful.

  • Each body type has its place

    Every body and every face is attractive in a way in their own communities. In modern world as everything is mostly mainstreamed it's hard to find the inherent beauty. Well it's the happiness that matters after all. But a woman (or a man) needs to find her place or in modern "style".

  • All women are beautiful

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I believe that if at least one person think of a woman as beautiful then she is so. And then there is the further argument that beauty is what is on the inside. If you have a good heart and mind, goodness will shine out of you.

  • Beauty is subjective

    Beauty is such a broad word that it can be applied to many things, and physical beauty is just one dimension of it. In terms of physical beauty, all women are beautiful; while some features (facial symmetry, average sized features) are almost universally considered 'more attractive', the idea of beauty as a whole is almost entirely socially decided.

  • All people are special

    All women are beautiful, and all of them are special, and that isn't just a saying. Every single person is unique, and is it devastating to see that we live in a society that constantly objectifies women and forces them into stereotypical gender roles and makes them question their own appearance every day.

  • Yes eveyone is beautiful

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder so yes all women are beautiful. All because one person doesn't see the beauty doesn't mean someone else won't. So there is no set standard for beauty it is safe to say that every woman and every man is beautiful in some way to someone.

  • In the traditional meaning of the word, no

    There are women who most men would say are beautiful and very few men would say are ugly. In the same way, there are women who most men would say are ugly and very few would say are beautiful. You could say that as long as there is at least one human who thinks a woman is beautiful, she is beautiful, or you could say that someone has inner beauty because of her personality or something, but I don't think that makes them beautiful in the usual meaning of the word. Sure, we can define it again.

  • All women are not beautiful.

    Beauty is subjective, and not everyone considers all women to be beautiful. Even if one considers beauty as a metaphysical ideal rather than just appearance, not everyone can be beautiful. Some women have ugly faces, and some are malicious murderers. Beauty would have no significance at all if everyone were beautiful.

  • All women are not beautiful.

    All women are not beautiful. It is kind of a hateful thing to say but it would be the same as saying that all men are gorgeous. The fact is that women can be different and it just depends on what your definition of beautiful is. Therefore, not all women are beautiful.

  • Actions Speak Louder than the Body

    Some women can be very ugly despite their physical appearance. Some people can become very unattractive by their actions alone. For instance, a person can get cut off in traffic and yell out explicates for others to hear. Others may feel offended and change their opinion of the person despite their well put together looks.

  • Beauty is on the Inside

    When it comes down to all women being beautiful, I would have to strongly disagree with that statement. Though every woman has the potential to be beautiful, not every woman is beautiful. Beauty is something that comes from within no matter how pretty one looks, and unfortunately not all women have this beauty. Instead, they are marred by their actions like stealing, cheating, and lying.

  • The aesthetic argument aside...

    Even if you're defining beauty than something just not based on simple facial symmetry, to assert that all women are thus "beautiful", or adopting some sort of collective personality that makes the behavior of all women acceptable, righteous, and just is preposterous. The propensity to engage in certain behaviors is not purely dictated by ones sexual genotype. To assert anything but, is a slap to the face of science.

  • Are all men beautiful? Are we all happy? Are all events good?

    No. And no to the actual question. First of all, beauty is very subjective. I think clouds are some of the most beautiful things in the world, while a lot of other people don't really care about clouds. But they think a car is just as beautiful instead. You cannot ask a question about "all". It's not possible for everyone to think something is beautiful. It makes the word beautiful lose its meaning, and it's a very naive way of looking at the world.
    Secondly, are we talking about inner or outer beauty, or possibly both? Okay it doesn't really matter much because even if we are discussing inner beauty, it still poses the same problem. We can't all think everything is beautiful. The world would be very boring, and we would all be exactly like-minded, and the word beauty would probably mean more along the lines of "normal".
    And third, why ask specifically all women? Why not all men and women? Or all things? Because if if someone thought that all women are beautiful, then all men should be as well. And all things. The question is just an odd question. I might as well ask, does all everyone like carrots? It's the same principle.

    See, I don't agree with some of the ideals in today's society. There are extreme pressures to be thin and good-looking. In some cases it's just ridiculous. But just because we don't want extreme ideals, doesn't mean everyone has the same perception of beauty.

  • Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

    Hence, no. Because who wants to behold all women as "beautiful". You could likewise judge everything that happens as "good" and judge every experience you have as a "happy" one. But then these words lose all meaning and you inevitably become "bored". Sure you could just label yourself "excited" but then excitement loses meaning and looks an awful lot like what people usually mean when they say they are bored.
    And even for "inner beauty" still in the eye or the mind of the beholder. You don't really want to judge everyone's inner beauty as being equal do you? That would be boring.

  • Depends on what you mean, but it's likely this is the answer

    If you're talking about physical attractiveness... No. Many are hot, and many are not, and most are just slightly below average to slightly above.
    And if you're talking about "inner beauty", still no. But usually I don't even get what that means. So based on what most people take this word "beautiful" as, I assume you're asking about physical attractiveness.


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