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Decription Essay – An Attractive Man

April 3, 2016 | Author: | Posted in business, mathematics and economics

Running head : An attractive man

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Attractiveness is taunted as a standard in measuring beauty Attractiveness in men comprises of the physical , social , psychological and mental beauty . Attractiveness is also the ability to exhibit qualities that makes one to have a pleasant appearance and charisma according to the judgment of the cultures and standards of the parties involved . This critically analyses attractiveness in men as is portrayed by the societal expectations

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of masculinity . This varies from one society to another because cultures are different and more than often they dictate on the attractiveness aspect . Cultures are learned and as children grow up they are taught of what the society views as attractive and they grow up geared towards the same standards . An attractive man is better placed in terms of getting opportunities like jobs and even attractive women for relationships (De Santis Kayson 1999 . Attractiveness varies from one community to another and what one community sees as attractive is not necessarily what another community sees as attractive . For instance some communities view obese men as attractive while other communities see lean and well build men as attractive . These perceptions of the differences between what is attractive and what is not are also cemented by the impacts of these standards on men and the society . Something ‘s which may not make a lot of sense like funny looking hairstyles may have a very big impact on a society because they are used by influential people like musicians who are icons and role models of many people in a certain culture

Attractiveness is also viewed in terms of the body smells elicited in someone . Biologically men are known to have varied strong body odors than women and according to some cultures their attractiveness is measured according to the stated cultural norms dictating attractiveness . Strong odors are normally seen as unattractive and associated with people who are dirty and who don ‘t bathe more often . On the other hand , there are those men who elicit strong body odors especially when they sweat even though they practice high standards of hygiene . Some foods like ginger and garlic makes one have strong body odors also and to cover this men use strong deodorants that in their view , this makes them attractive to women or people around them . On the other hand body odors are very important because they are used for sexual attraction

Consequently lifestyles keep on changing and with globalisation people copy the cultures they see as superior so that they can look as attractive as their peers . For instance hairstyles keep on changing and men will more than often go for the current hairstyles to look attractive . Attractiveness is in most cases measured also from the personality of a person . A person who is jovial , one who is easy to talk to and is objective in life and is also opinionated is viewed as an attractive person… [banner_entry_footer]

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