Justin Jedlica is one of those featured in the series
I'm all for diversity in regards to what is beautiful, but I think that is the exact reason why I DON'T find these people beautiful. They all look so very similar - the same full lips, same cat-like eyes, the same narrow nose and sculpted cheekbones. The overtly feminine features on the men does not attract me at all. I know that these people feel that they're beautiful, and as long as they are happy within their own skin then that's what matters. I do feel sad for them though that they couldn't have felt beautiful as they were in the bodies and faces they were born with.
So if this ' sameness ' is where beauty his headed, where being a plastic carbon copy of the person next to you is the future of beauty, count me out. I'd much rather see the beauty in freckles, in crazy curly hair, in breasts that are only a handful and not massive, swollen, melons of rock.
How about you? Do you see beauty in these photographs? Do you think the people in them are representative of what beauty will be in the future?
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