reply to post by Alyssa
I am a female and to honestly answer your question. YES. My last boyfriend, had a great body, great job, great head on his shoulders. His only flaw
is he was born with very weak blood vessels in the left side of his face. Leaving him marked with what you would call, Port Wine Stains. They stain
his cheek, from under his eye all the way down to his chin. I have listened and been insulted on a part of him, and heard first hand people downing
him because of this.
What is funny, is he is more blessed downstairs if you know what I mean, wink wink, than any guy with a normal face so to say. He is beautiful, and
some times when I look at him I forget it is even there. He has gone through many surgeries trying to fix this, however it has only left more scars,
he will live with this forever. And thank goodness there are people like me out there to call dibs on him and overlook that silly red mark. Because he
is one of the best men I have ever, ever met. But tons of women have passed him by and lost that opportunity because of vanity. And not accepting him.
Also another female I will mention named Emma, has a cleft pallet. And where her top lip meets her nose, it looks, uncomfortable. Point is on her, is
the fact this girl, is the best looking girl I have ever met. Im talking Banging body, that actually more than one occasion made me a tad jealous. My
best friend Nick has dated her for 6 years now, and they are engaged. He is normal and has looked over this. What is funny, is she has been made
horrible fun of since she was younger.. One of the meanest things I remember was some one saying it looked like someone took a shovel to her face.
Mean right? Well she had won multiple awards as one of the top ball players in this state. Has a better body than almost any female around her with a
normal face, and ever since her surgery to correct her lip. Every one has been kicking themselves in the teeth that over looked her.
These are just 2 examples of my close friends that live every day with a deformity, and are still loved. Not to mention I was burned when I was
younger by grease so hot it made my left arm look like vomit. I still try not to look at my arm. But I believe I am beautiful, and people ask me on
dates, and to you know, just as much as the next girl who has not been burned.
Thanks for posting!
I respect everyones opinion, I do know not everyone agrees with me! But I do believe when debating on who to be with, physical nature shouldn't be
your concern.. Because one day you will not be pretty, or fit, you will be old, wrinkly and grey like the rest, when that day comes...you better hope
you picked someone on more than just looks!