203 Poster Size photos of Laura Christina by D & L Bell
Added August 28, 2011
The popular theory says we find certain women attractive because we are programmed by our DNA. But lately our ideas of female beauty have changed so quickly that genetics simply can't explain it. For example, it's no longer enough for a woman to be pretty. Now she has to wear tons of make-up. Hair cannot be simply long and lustrous. Highlights and a cool cut are needed now. Youth has been replaced with the most up-to-date technological accessories. A curvy figure is nice as long as it fits into chic fashion. Yesterday's silly stereotypes have become today's popular definition of beauty because men have become unable to perceive beauty without them. Men have become like many other animals who need huge hints from the opposite sex to be attracted. Birds need bright feathers and frenetic dances. Insects need odors that can be smelled miles away. Men need clues like big hair and fake boobs when they can no longer perceive beauty for themselves. In reality DNA does not define beauty, ethics do. Our tastes change when our values change, and when we abandon morals, we lose the ability to perceive beauty at all. This is why today the superficial has replaced beauty. Which proves beauty preferences cannot be genetic.