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Skinny gurl on Kate Upton

A blogger that goes by the name Skinny gurl has lately been targeted for criticism by the mainstream media, and her site was subjected to a distributed denial of service attack (DDOS) by the hacker group Anonymous.  The mainstream media have managed to get rape and death threats sent the way of Skinny gurl.

The criticism stems from Skinny gurl comparing Kate Upton to a cow, “confidently lumbering up the runway like there’s a buffet at the end of it,” describing her as a “little piggie” with “huge thighs, NO waist, big fat floppy boobs, terrible body definition.”

Skinny gurl is a slender woman in her early twenties who managed to land a few fashion modeling gigs years ago, which are unlikely to have been in the big league given her height of 5-foot-7.  She now works in the fashion industry, and is apparently an insignificant part of it.  Her site, skinny gossip, is not pro-anorexia, but a discussion group for women who prefer to be slender.

Skinny gurl’s description of Kate Upton is not unlike the treatment many celebrities get for their looks and behaviors by random people, and should have been seen for the insignificant posting it was.  So why the ruckus over the matter?

The intention on the part of the mainstream media is easily inferred.  The reaction to Skinny gurl’s posting is described as:

Since then, the fashion world’s most influential insiders have denounced the blogger and risen to Upton’s defense.

Who are these most influential insiders?

Running this site where you actually praise women for staying emaciated and skinny and then to go out there and then track someone who has a normal body, I mean, she’s got issues," said Lesley Jane Seymour, editor-in-chief of MORE magazine.

“She’s laughing all the way to the bank,” supermodel and author Carol Alt said of Upton. “I would just say keep your end up and keep moving forward.”

Carol Alt was a fashion model decades ago and has no significant influence in the fashion industry.  Lesley Seymour has nothing to do with the fashion industry.  Fashion magazines proper include VOGUE and ELLE; COSMOPOLITAN is less so; MORE, in comparison, is hardly a fashion magazine.

The utlimate influential fashion world insiders are the top-ranked fashion designers.  Disproportionately homosexual men who prefer their female models resembling boys in their early adolescence, if their private opinion of the physical appearance of Kate Upton were made public, Skinny gurl’s comments on Upton would comparatively appear a compliment.

The public is being mislead.  Models and magazine editors are being portrayed as highly influential fashion world insiders.  The impetus for the thinness drive among fashion models is being assigned to girls and women who want to be thin, presumably pressuring others to be thin, rather than the high-fashion modeling job requirement of conforming to the physique of slender adolescent boys.  Kate Upton is not a high-fashion model proper.  To see someone like her on the runway of a top high-fashion show means that her physique is tolerated because her fame, predominantly acquired through other means, is useful for marketing purposes. 

The mainstream media have made a mountain out of a molehill by giving undue publicity to a a hardly known blogger’s personal viewpoint of no significance, which was meant for sharing with a select audience of a similar bent.  In the process, they have mislead the public and attempted to occupy the people with the banal and trivial as opposed to the interesting and significant.  Yet the hacker group Anonymous is not smart enough to target mainstream media sites with DDOS over this matter even though it is smart enough to figure out how to skirt cyber-security measures, slow web servers to a crawl and hack into secured sites!

Undoubtedly, the pretend-opposition group Anonymous is spawned by affiliates of the same financial corporations that control the mainstream media and profit off of the fashion industry.



Kate upton isn't very pretty. She's 5 10 and 150 pounds she could probably beat the shit out of most the guys that read sports illustrated. Yikes!!

I guess when I see Kate Upton, I see a young woman who doesn't really believe she is truly beautiful. I see a young woman who is giving herself up to be lusted over by men and she will be ultimately used up, chewed up and spit out when her "worth" is consumed. I see a little girl who is looking for attention.
Her face is absolutely masculine, amd that tramp is rotten. Wide torso, chicken legs and do nothing for me.
she has an ackward body frame which is not so atractive. Without boobs she would be irrelevant. Kate Upton has large D-cup breasts and maybe her breasts may seem natural to her size, but she actually has got breast implants. While Kate's breasts fit her voluptuous figure, the way they sit on her chest seems to indicate that her modeling career took off after breast augmentation.
(Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer states "Kate Upton does appear to have breast implants as revealed by the very distinct and sharp transition from her full cleavage to her chest. Her breast augmentation fits her frame well and balances out her proportions.")

Kate Upton is changing the runway with her buxom body. But do Kate's curves are the result of breast implants!! 19-year old Kate Upton certainly has not natural curves in the right places and I figure out she traips down the runway.
Her too-blond hair, her generic eyes, and masculine, facial features. and her too long legs floppy" boobs, huge thighs and overall "squishy brick" figure. She’s nothing, she’s got a decent but not feminine face at most thats it. Her arms and legs are slim but her torso is so wide, she doesn’t have that hour glass shape. It’s all so wide and unproportionate and her rib cage is abnormally wide.

Guess Reality is Treason and we all have to suck it up and see the imaginary for what we are told instead of a lardass for what he/she is.
Fat people are no longer obese but are becoming weight impaired, or extra normal. The expectation to have a discussion about someone being attractive not touching on their physical attributes seems to have gone overboard.

I didn't know who Kate Upton was until I googled her up after reading this post (you have some interesting posts in this site, by the way!). I don't see what the attraction to her is all about: she lacks a feminine derrière as well as feminine hips, has wide shoulders and breasts that look like they have been enhanced. She has an attractive face though but not the kind of body that I would regard as attractive in a female.

Likewise, it is difficult to appreciate a model's true beauty in images as they tend to be enhanced digitally. Having said all of this, there is no reason to be insulting or putting down a human being; unfortuately the world is full of people with too much time in their hands and an internet connection.


I love your website, but it would even better a book!! it would be awesome if you would write a book about feminine beauty!
My friends and I usually read your page, and we are interested in modeling. I do not know if it would be possible to send our pictures by e-mail so you would be able to appraise our degree of femininity, attractiveness and beauty of my friends and mine.

Let me to know if I can send pictures to your email. Thanks! :)

Erik, I must commend you on a job well done! Doubtless you're the most hilariously effective troll on the Internet, so I was understandably upset when this site appeared to have been abandoned. I'm delighted to see you're back. Please keep up the good work, mate. I recommend this site to all of my friends for a good laugh! :D

Jack: Why do you call me a troll? Whereas this site discusses superficial and less important issues, it has never aimed to detract people’s attention from more important issues. And I do not go around bringing up the contents of this site at other sites discussing different issues.

Yasmine: I appreciate your interest in this site, but a book is unlikely. I can see where a book would be useful, particularly in clear organization and flow as opposed to a reader stumbling across a random page of this site and not knowing where to start.

But no publisher would touch it. Physical attractiveness is among the least egalitarian of attributes, and unlike intelligence or athletic performance where lots of practice and effort are necessary for elite achievement, the intrinsic element is paramount in beauty. Any politically correct approach to beauty is fundamentally flawed and has no hope of understanding the phenomenon. Hence not one mainstream publisher could be interested in the truth on the topic.

The only way to publish a book that is cost effective is to create my own publishing company, but I have no incentive to do so, yet.

You can email me your pictures, but it will be a while before I can reply.

A typical case of trolls trolling trolls. The cycle will never end.

"Not one mainstream publisher could be interested in the truth on the topic."

Because it is not the truth of the topic :)It's your truth.

Intresting. But one has to question why she is revered by many men. Hmm. Lately I have been hearing about many men having fantasies about shemales, so maybe thats why so many go wild over her. Maybe they are not totally straight?

Erik, there are a lot of books where it is about the exploration of human beauty. And all books address a broad audience. You should write a book too, a fascinating report of the most interesting areas in which science currently has to offer.

The list is not exhaustivea and the comments on each of the books give the subjective opinion of me

Ulrich Renz:Beauty science. Beauty is a scandal. Even a beautiful baby gets more attention than a less pretty, the beautiful waitress bigger tips than their less respectable colleague, the more attractive candidates offer a higher salary, better-looking politicians more votes.

Bernd Guggenberger: Simply beautiful. Beauty as a social force. (Red Book, 2001 dtv, 2002). The book of varied social scientist, journalist and self-confessed "beauty Tifosi" Bernd Guggenberger is a pure joy. Not only because the reader convincingly illustrate, enter governs the extent to which beauty in our social and individual life - but also because it is sharp-tongued and rhetorically brilliant takes a stand against the 80erJahren in the cultured and is still endemic intellectual self-deception, therefore beauty is a "myth" and "true beauty" comes from the inside.

Nancy Etcoff: Only the most beautiful surviving - The aesthetics of the people (Hugendubel, 2001). The author is a neuroscientist at Harvard University, and involved himself in the study of human beauty. Her book summarizes the results of the attractiveness of research (as of 1998) together in readable form. Besides the fact that the findings are carefully researched and documented, the special quality of the book lies in the many references to culture and history.

Daniel McNeill: The Face - A Cultural History (Kremayr & Scherian 2001, btb, 2003). Is approaching its subtitle it in this book quite by life science questions: Why does the human face from the way it looks? What "signal language" speaks it? What we perceive them as "beautiful" - and why? A wealth of historical details, anecdotes and stories make this book a very entertaining read.

Karl Grammer: Signals of love - the biological laws of the partnership (Hoffmann & Campe, 1993 dtv, 1995). The book of the Vienna ethologist Karl Grammer may be due to its extremely high density of facts known almost as a textbook. It deals not only with questions of physical attractiveness, but the human behavior in a broader sense flirtation - in addition to the beauty as well as gestures, facial expressions and odors come into play. The author has given the scientific integrity and care more attention than the teaching, so that the common thread in the big book in places, something is lost.

Andrea Hauner & Elke Reichart (eds.): Body Talk. The cult of risky body and beauty (Hanser Series in dtv, 2004). A collection of sometimes very readable stories, essays and personal accounts, where the excesses of the cult of beauty will be discussed. The authors are physicians, scientists, psychologists, artists, and "affected" youths. The plant is used in some schools as teaching reading.

Frank Naumann: Beautiful people have more of life: The secret power of Attractiveness (Fischer TB, 2006). Locker easy round trip through the main provinces of the attractiveness of research, not entirely free of popular misconceptions, but still worth reading.

Manfred Hassebrauck & Beate Küpper: Why do we fly together - the laws of mate choice (Nabu Press, 2002). A very popular held, successful mix of science and Report guide around the themes of love, lust and passion - and what a role beauty plays.

Waltraud Posch: body make the man - the cult of Beauty (Penguin Books, 1999). A fact-rich analysis of the cult of beauty from a sociological perspective, in which the results of modern research into attractiveness, however, have unfortunately not yet integrated. The book is aimed at scientific Preformed.

Ernst Peter Fischer: The Beauty and the Beast. Aesthetic moments in science (Piper, 1997) This book approaches the phenomenon known historian of science to the beauty of the different sides. Philosophy, mathematics and biology. The individual parts are indeed sometimes pretty in depth (such as the very readable versions of the Golden-section or in the subtitle of the work harmonious with theme that scientific knowledge has also an aesthetic dimension), some areas are only fragmentary and somewhat carelessly dealt with - what has changed in the forthcoming expanded edition might.

Uly Woerner: The Salome Complex - being forced to be nice and how to break free of them (Cross, 2002). A surprisingly serious Guide about female beauty addiction.

Harrison Pope, Katharine Phillips, Roberto Olivardia: The Adonis Complex. Obsession with beauty and body art for men (dtv, 2001). The male equivalent of "Salome" complex. The authors examine the issue of "muscle and exercise addiction" both from a scientific point of view and in light of their own experiences as a psychiatrist and psychotherapist.

Harald Gasper Gasper & Regina: wonderfully ugly! Why the world does not belong to the Fair (Eichborn, 2005). The book serves as a sort of manifesto against the dictatorship of the beautiful people, with the authors, however, make little effort to deal with the causes of the beauty cult.

Angelika Taschen (eds). Aesthetic Surgery (Taschen, 2005), The lavishly illustrated Opus has set itself the goal of the state of the art to convey in terms of cosmetic surgery. While still quite critical in the preface notes are played, the whole thing turns out to be but as a celebration of some mighty big stars of the industry.

Julius Wiedemann: Digital Beauties (Taschen, 2003). A retrospective nature of the world's best creators of digital beauties.

Focus of evolutionary psychology / biology

Matt Ridley: Eros and evolution. The natural history of sexuality (Nabu Press in 1995 and 1998). A written and exciting yet profound introduction to the theories of sexual selection. Together with Helena Cronin's "The Aunt and the Peacock", which unfortunately does not exist in German one, "Eros and evolution" of the absolute classics of evolutionary theory.

Geoffrey F. Miller: The sexual evolution - mate choice and the emergence of the mind (Oxford University Press, 2001). Strictly speaking, it is in this book is not about human beauty, but about the human brain - more specifically the question, how can the rapid development of our thinking organ to explain the theory of evolution. Miller's response leads to the concept of sexual selection, which is durchdekliniert in this book is a brilliant and entertaining way. The human mind is therefore the same purpose as the tail of the peacock male, namely the advertising partner. That the theory is extremely risky, makes up the charm of the book. Since I have not referred to Miller's theory in my book, this is for the interested reader here rescheduled .

David Buss: The Evolution of Desire - Secrets of mate choice (cable, 1994, Goldman, 2000). Buss is one of the main protagonists and co-founder of modern evolutionary psychology. Here he presents a coherent theory of mate choice. Buss moves very closely within the evolutionary psychological paradigm, which sees in our conduct of a shaped the evolution of "adaptation", and leaves little room for "cultural" explanations. Some of the presented hypotheses seem so far-fetched something.

Amotz Zahavi & Avishag: signals of communication. The Handicap Principle (Island, 1998). This book provides the handicap theory first-hand - namely, that of its two inventors, Amotz Zahavi and Avishag. The two Israeli zoologist lead their readers with tangible joy through original edifice - which is however larger and larger and at the end of almost all of its contours lost, because the theory was originally restricted to the exchange of signals between sex partners, intraspecific rivals and predators now extended to all social systems of all living things - and possibly over-stretched - will.

Matthias Uhl & Eckard Voland: show-off have more out of life (Oxford University Press, 2002). This well-written book is a sort of explanation of human culture in the spirit of the handicap dar. Zahavi'sche The transfer of the handicap principle to human social behavior, but is anything but straightforward, but not without charm. The choice of the title is still amazing though, but it is the philosophy of the principle on its head - in which it is indeed not about specifying exactly (ie the false pretenses), but about honesty.

Desmond Morris: The Naked Eva (Heyne, 2004). To clarify the question of why the female body looks like it looks, bears Desmond Morris together once more his well-known explanations and hypotheses. The former pop star of anthropology does without to prove to the sparse and often superannuated sites, from which he draws.

Winfried Menninghaus: The promise of beauty (Suhrkamp, ​​2003). The Berlin philosophy professor examined in this book cross-connections of the "Darwinian" theory of sexual selection both to Freund's ideas as well as to Greek mythology. The work is remarkable in many ways: firstly by the fact that here As a philosopher, a life sciences subject, then the fact that this is at a level of the least active in the field researchers (who uphold generally the flags of evolutionary psychology) , is achieved. In addition, the author presents the canonical nor even the same doctrine in question - namely, that sexual ornaments are indicators of superior genes. Menninghaus breaks a lance for the classical Darwinian theory of sexual selection, in the ornaments as nothing "fashion". Remarkably, the philosopher, even for a very high density of foreign words that make the book not for humanities Preformed a hard nut to crack.

Karl Eibl: Animal Poet - building blocks of biological cultural and literary theory (Mentis, 2004). Just as the book of Menninghaus are also due to the merit of this, the reluctance of the humanities against the theory of evolution break down. The author is a literary scholar from Munich and in contrast to the modern theory of evolution Menninghaus compared to something friendlier. Eibl, it is not so much about the visual beauty of the human body, but about "aesthetics" in a broader sense. His concern is to establish a "biological cultural and literary theory." Why does art LUST? What is it good? After the conviction of the author's "luck" is not just a "by-product of evolution" (as the evolutionary psychologist Steven Pinker says, for the arts in addition to the fine cuisine and pornography, the third "pleasure technology" is), but a stand-alone "fitness factor".

Klaus Richter: The origin of beauty. Broad evolutionary aesthetics (Philip of Saverne, 1999). This book traces the late 2001 Jena professor of animal physiology, an ambitious goal: the "Outline of a universal grammar of aesthetics to create", "comparable to what has already been achieved with the evolutionary linguistics". When failure of this high demand, however, he makes a perfectly good figure. Because unlike other attempts to explain the aesthetic sense biologically, puts the author deals with a wide range of aesthetic experiences, the beauty of the human body through the beauty of works of art to the beauty of numbers. He 's not even in the case to the many evolutionary psychologists can not make a bow partout - namely that they are losing out of sheer evolutionary "adaptation" the cultural relativity of human feeling and behavior from the point of view. In many areas (including the declaration of human attractiveness), the book remains very attached to the surface, some topics are touched upon little more than.

History (cultural history, art history)

Egon Friedell. Cultural history of modern times (in two volumes, dtv, 1976) Friedell is a pure delight. He makes history visible, smell, hear and feel.

. Umberto Eco, History of Beauty (Hanser, 2004 / dtv 2006) A wonderfully opulent photo book on the cultural and intellectual history of beauty - in which Eco decorated but with borrowed plumes: Half of the work comes from the pen of a Koautors, after Feudalmanier was relegated to small print. The work documents the transformation of Western aesthetic sensibilities through the centuries, which is reflected in the artistic representation of the human body as well as in architecture and philosophy. That the sense of beauty of the different eras, but an "absolute polytheism" indulges in, as the authors argue, can be at least in relation to the human body does not understand - just the images gathered in the book contradict this finding strongly.

Umberto Eco: Art and Beauty in the Middle Ages (dtv, 1993, Hanser, 2002). In this study of the artistic conception of the Middle Ages, it is possible Eco, to open up to the reader the feeling of life and the world of medieval man, who took in the afterlife in this life the central square. The resulting unconditional amalgamation of aesthetics is clearly demonstrated with the religious basis of contemporary texts.

William Trapp: The beautiful aesthetics of an impossible man to body (Erich Schmidt Verlag, Berlin, 2003). The literary scholar Wilhelm Trapp, this book uses examples from the literature of the "feminization of Beauty" by that began with the Renaissance and was institutionalized with the takeover of the middle class or less. The woman has since become the "fair sex" - the handsome man on the other hand an "impossible figure" that clings to something suspicious, unmanly. Trapp's analysis is worth reading - even if the implicit conclusion that it is in today's cult of female beauty is a historical anomaly not used (and not proven) is. For (almost) all times and in (almost) all cultures, it is actually the female sex, the attribute is ascribed the "beautiful".

Ingrid Loschek, Reclams fashion and costume presentations (Reclam, 2005). Anyone interested in the history of fashion gets here a wonderful and richly illustrated overview. In addition to the lexical part gives the work a quick tour through the history of fashion.

Otto Penz: Metamorphoses of beauty. A cultural history of modern physical (Turia & Kant, 2001). The book by the sociologist Otto Penz follows the transformation of Western notions of beauty in the 20th Century. Here, the prevailing images of the body with respect to the spirit of the times are set. The work is carefully researched, full of figures and still quite legible.

Nathalie Chahine, Catherine & Marie-Pierre Jazdzewski Lannelongue: beauty. A cultural history of the 20th Century (Schirmer / Mosel, 2005). A beautiful picture book, in which the development of the ideal of beauty in the 20th Century by decade to decade is traced.

Michèle Didou-Manent, Tran Ky & Hervé Robert: Fat or thin? Body art through the ages (Lübbe Bastion, 2000). A very entertaining book, in which a track historian and two doctors of the eternal change of each as it deems desirable body shape from prehistory to the media age.

Arthur Marwick: Beauty in History. Society, politics and personal appearance c. . 1500 to the present (Thames and Hudson, 1988) A very learned and voluminous book in which the great British historian - in his own words - to uncover the "social and political implications of the appearance of" wants. Marwick describes as the fact whether a person is beautiful or less beautiful, not only his personal life, but also can affect the course of history. The work is unfortunately only available in English. With It: A History of Human Beauty is since 2005 - in the words of the author - (illustrated, but unfortunately much scarcer) "shorter and better" work on the same subject (Hamledon & London, 2005).

Julian Robinson: The Quest for Human Beauty. . An Illustrated History (WW Norton, 1998) This book of the world traveler, artist and eccentric Julian Robinson lives many of his photographs - the astounding surprise, and shock, delight sometimes. You do remember that the imagination of man to change his body, literally knows no bounds - the practice of an African tribe to turn down the incisors to the penis piercing of our day.

Feminist Literature

Betty Friedan: The Feminine Mystique, or the self-emancipation of women (Rowohlt, 1966). Betty Friedan, on 4 February 2006 to her 85th Birthday has died, is one of the most influential figures in modern feminism. In this her first book describes and criticizes them the amazing metamorphosis, the American women in the postwar period went through massively - from the self-conscious professionals to the "desperate housewife" whose sole purpose is to cultivate her femininity.

Rita Freedman: The victims of Venus - being forced to be beautiful (cross-Verlag, 1992, Heyne, 1993). This influential book shows the psychotherapist Freedman the many traps that are ready for the "fair sex" when it is defined by its exterior. As a remedy, she argues for a "system in which both sexes, the joys and burdens to share the beautiful one" - and indulges in it the in the 80s so popular androgyny myth that the world would be a paradise, when the two sexes only adjusting to each other would.

Naomi Wolf: The Beauty Myth (Rowohlt, 1991, 2000). Given the simplicity of his message is a bit puzzled why Naomi Wolf's book has come so fast in the sky classic: Beauty is enslaved by Wolf nothing but an invention of men to women. Apparently the author has, however, struck a nerve with the audience by not only presents all the beauty mania sufferers (and who is not among them?) A culprit, but also gives them the pleasant opportunity to indulge in feelings of victims.

Nancy Friday: The Power of Beauty (Goldmann, 1999, Bertelsmann, 2001). Whether it is the author of a feminist, ex-feminist or anti-feminist, most readers will probably not even after reading the work to be clear. Nor, if Nancy Friday is now the cult of the feminine beauty rather cheering (by, for example, says of her sexy underwear and her designer clothes) - and he watched closely ("? Why do I need a freaky packaging"). Perhaps it is also precisely these contradictions and openness that makes the work worth reading. Unlike Wolf's "Beauty Myth" is not a political manifesto (and certainly not against the "men" from Friday as a "preferred dump, dump on the women all their anger and bitterness," are called), but a very personal relationship of an aging woman with the double-edged (and dwindling) power of her beauty.

Ebba Drolshagen: The body's New Clothes - The production of female beauty (Fischer, 1995). A well-written, slightly mocking stock of about obsession with beauty. In line with the "naughty girl" wave of the 90s, the author recommends its readers, their self-image of Pippi Longstocking more or less align with Barbie.

Ursula Nuber (ed.) Mirror, mirror on the wall. The cult of beauty and women (Beltz, 1992). A collection of contributions of female writers on the subject of "Tyranny of Beauty". They all have in common is that they settle for the standard "poor women are suppressed via the beauty myth of evil men" are knitted. Whether this radical feminist delusion really helps the readers more confidence should be doubted. Very worth reading is the contribution of the disjunctions Dörthe Binkert of external and internal aging.

Philosophy / Art

Michael Keller House (ed.): What is beautiful is. Classic Texts from Plato to Adorno (dtv, 2002). The book provides an excellent introduction to philosophical aesthetics plots all texts will be presented with a very clear introduction that puts them in the context of their historical flow.

George L. Hersey. Temptation to measure - ideal and the tyranny of the perfect body (Siedler, 1998) For the art historian Hersey, the roots of today's beauty perception lie in the ancient world, whose V orstellungen ssance of the "ideal proportions" on the Renai up in Modernism was passed by Hersey, the classical ideal was not only the aesthetic sensibilities shaped by the people, but even her body itself: As the ideal of relevant people as desirable, it was felt they had more reproductive opportunities - so that if the people. Now the current body shapes over the course of Western history by sexual selection itself "grown". In defense of the author was told that he had curled thesis very carefully worded - and that the book is a very nice introduction to the ancient theory of proportion, and the iconography of the Renaissance is.

Rather aimed at a professional audience

Ronald Henss: Mirror, Mirror on the Wall - gender, age and physical attractiveness (Beltz Psychology Publishing Union, 1992). Ronald Henss is the world expert in the field of Urteilerübereinstimung (that is the question of how "objective" is our judgment of beauty). The book presents the past at the Saarland University psychologist working not only his own research, but is also a very systematic and clear overview of the worldwide literature on the subject.

Ronald Henss. Face and personality impression (Hogrefe, 1998) The psychological personality F revolves around achbuch question: W hat is the role of the exterior in the assessment of the interior? The various aspects of the issue to the characteristic of Henss, soothing systematic way are discussed: First, the question of the structure of personality impressions, after the correlation between personality traits, which means the judges recognize the assessees. Then the question of concordance, and thirdly, the question of the relationship between physiognomy and personality impression.

. Manfred Hassebrauck Niketta and Reiner (eds): Physical Attractiveness (Hogrefe, 1993) This anthology draws (for a specialized audience) the sum of the attractiveness of German empirical psychological research - which was not internationally recognized, unfortunately, in the least. A discussion of evolutionary psychology approaches unfortunately completely missing in this volume.

Hergovich Andreas (ed.): Psychology of beauty - physical attractiveness, from a scientific perspective (WCT University Press, 2002). The individual contributions in this volume cover the main fields of psychological research into attractiveness. The work is different from a "real" text book is that the contributions of students were drawn (at the Institute of Psychology, University of Vienna) and accordingly are highly variable in quality - with few exceptions, they are like (badly written) papers. After all, the reader with a timely overview of the literature on the topic is given.

Gillian Rhodes and Leslie Zebrowitz: Facial attractiveness. Evolutionary, Cognitive, and Social Perspectives (Ablex Publishing, 2002). The book can already be described almost as a standard textbook of attractiveness research. It shows the whole spectrum of the field of evolutionary psychology (which is represented among others by the Vienna ethologist Karl Grammer) on the theory of perceptual preferences to social-psychological approaches.

Leslie Zebrowitz: Reading Faces: Window to the Soul (Westview Press, 1997). In this "one-woman textbook" American awareness of the researcher, it's about the signals that ends our face s, and how we receive and decode. A particular focus is on th e work of Kindchenschemas and its explanation. The book is a reference book illustrates very clearly written and so lavishly that it will be too many lay people a joy.

Eckart Voland and Karl Grammer: Evolutionary Aesthetics (Springer, 2003). With this volume the authors make an attempt to an explanation of human beauty perception to give sociobiological perspective. This is not only about the beauty of the human body, but just the beauty of landscapes or objects of art. All contributions are based on the axiom that be what we find beautiful, connected to a "fitness advantage" MUST be (one of the contributors speaks of a "fact" that human beauty is a "health certificate" is) - in line is thin and the ice on which the argument is moving in parts.

Viren Swami and Adrian Furnham: The Psychology of Physical Attraction (Routledge, 2008). Although the book is aimed more at the interested layman, but it is quite "scientific" therefore - in the best sense: all the facts are neatly by a veritable army of studies shows. The lead author - Viren Swami - the attractiveness of research so far has rarity value as it attempts to combine social psychology and evolutionary psychological concepts each other. In relation to its claim to provide a "state of affairs" of the attractiveness of research, the work is surprisingly patchy, especially in terms of visual perception and the more recent findings of neuroscience. The "explanation" of the attractiveness stereotype ("beautiful as good") as a manifestation of the profits of multinational corporations unfortunately also devalues ​​Swami's (justified) criticism of too many simple patterns of explanation of its evolutionary psychology colleagues.

Erik, I sent my pictures to fbeauty_webmaster [at] yahoo [dot] com, but I have not gotten answer yet

Yasmine: I have your emails, but it will take me a while to respond.

Cornell: Kate Upton looks fine in most of her professionally posed pictures, which are easily appealing to most men. To catch Kate Upton at her least flattering, one will usually be looking at, say, her candids or pictures where the thinness of her lower legs is clear [not related to femininity]; the wider shoulders are clearer; her hair is tightly tied back, revealing the less feminine face shape; or the smallness of her backside is clearer. Describing her as a “she-male” is an exaggeration.

Dan: Thank you for mentioning and describing the books that should be read. As you will have noticed, I tend to be biased toward journal articles. Nevertheless, that someone as widely and well read on beauty as you is encouraging me to write a book on the topic means that you have either encountered novel and interesting arguments within this site or think that I could come up with some.

But you should also be aware of the problems with publishing politically sensitive content in a mainstream setting. If the publishing firm is publicly traded or owned by a publicly-traded corporation, then there is no way to find a willing publisher for some of the core arguments within this site. The publisher has to be an independent firm that is either without debt or does not depend on loans for its operations, or else it will quickly experience financial difficulties following the publication.

There may be no alternative but to set up my own publishing company as self-publishing is not cost effective. But the hassle is hardly worth it when the only advantage of a book is one of clearer organization. A few years ago I added a wiki section to help with organization, which has not been updated for a while; working on this wiki should help the organization part a little, which will have to do for the time being.

I love this page because we can find what is it that makes a feminine face look beautiful and what are the differences between very attractive and less appealing women, and you offer us plenty of information on a large research project on attractiveness. I am very interested towards the arguments of this site, and I fully agree to promote the participation of feminine women in modeling and beauty pageants. This website is one of the main elements that I am using to investigate, I also I have considered other scientific studies of beauty throughout the world. I give you a list of top research and literature that I use for my studies:

David Perrett is one of the most prolific and renowned researcher’s attractiveness. He is a professor of psychology at the University of St. Andrews Scotland, and head of the Perception Lab (at the moment including the psychologist Miriam Law Smith works).

Ben Jones works as an experimental psychologist at the University of Aberdeen, where he heads the Face Lab . Together with his wife Lisa DeBruine he studied include the influence of sex hormones on the perception of attractiveness. Ben Jones and Lisa DeBruine jointly operate a highly professional online platform for experiments, , the joint venture as a kind of Internet research available to other research groups are available.
Viren Swami is a social psychologist at the University of Westminster and has an impressive list of publications in particular exhibit the attractiveness of the human body. He has written and published both scientific and popular books about attractiveness research. Originally quite fond of the classic evolutionary psychological approaches, he now occupies a more critical attitude towards the mainstream neo-Darwinian.
Martin Tovée by Newcastle University research, by what criteria can guide people in choosing a partner, and how these criteria are influenced by the environment. His main focus is on body image.

Ian Penton-Voak works at the Department of Experimental Psychology at the University of Bristol. The focus of his research is the classic evolutionary psychological issues such as symmetry and sexual dimorphism, and the influence of individual experience on the judgment of beauty.

Tony Little works as a life scientist at the University of Liverpool. The focus of his research is on the "information content" of the human face in social choices, especially the choice of partner. Tony Little is part of the Evolutionary Psychology and Behavioural Ecology Research Group at the University of Liverpool.

Craig Roberts is a biologist at the University of Liverpool. His main focus is the influence of the (visual as well as olfactory) attractiveness perception by individual MHC equipment. Craig Roberts is a member of Evolutionary Psychology and Behavioural Ecology Research Group .

Marion Petrie is a professor of behavioural ecology at Newcastle University. The main focus, she works on the study of the mechanisms of sexual selection, in which she has won a lot of their findings at the Peacock.
Lynda Boothroyd works as an evolutionary psychologist at the University of Durham. Her research is partly due to the influence of behaviour and perception by sex hormones.

David Feinberg devoted entirely to the study of the perception of attractiveness votes. After starting in Perretts Perception Lab David Feinberg, now head of the Voice Research Laboratory at the Canadian McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. His online experiments can be found on .

Magnus Enquist is a zoologist at the University of Stockholm and one of the experts in the field of neural networks. He is like the thorn in the evolutionary psychology research into attractiveness, because after his explanation of the so-called "perceptual preferences" must appeal not necessarily for "genetic quality" stand.
In addition to the theoretical behaviour research (where he played with Stefano Ghirlanda and Carl-Adam Wachtmeister works, the focus of his work is on the interdisciplinary study of the development of culture. Together with the historian Arne Jarrick he leads the research project Intercult which has set itself the task to bridge the ideological gap between biological and social sciences and to work together on the study of human behaviour.

Anders Pape Moller , the Danish biologist now working at the Laboratory of Evolutive Parasitology at the CNRS in Paris. He is one of the main protagonists of the symmetry hypothesis, which he especially his famous research project with swallows developed.

Gillian Rhodes is professor of psychology at the University of Western Australia and is one of the she chaired Facelab the world's leading researchers attractiveness. Along with Leslie Zebrowitz she is the editor of the most important standard textbooks about attractiveness.

Leslie Zebrowitz is professor of psychology at Brandeis University in New York and one of the greats in the field of research and attractiveness face perception. Along with Gillian Rhodes is the editor of the leading textbook standard of attractiveness research (see list of books , here is also her book "Reading Faces").
Philip Matthew Bronstad 's perception researcher and also works at Brandeis University.
Judith Langlois directs the University of Texas, the Langlois Social development lab , where especially the attractiveness perception of children is explored. Judith Langlois has set itself above all as "inventor" of the average hypothesis, and with their extensive meta-analysis on attractiveness stereotype name.

Devendra Singh is a colleague of Judith Langlois psychology department of the University of Texas. He is regarded as something of a "pope" of the "waist-to-hip ratio."

David Buss is one of today's leading evolutionary psychologists. His " BussLab "is particularly concerned with issues of human mate choice.

Michael R. Cunningham works as a personal and social psychologist at the University of Louisville, Kentucky. He is the author of "Multiple health" model of attractiveness and looks at the factors that contribute to the attractiveness of faces.

Nancy Etcoff is a psychologist at Harvard Medical School. It deals mainly with the effect of beauty in the brain. She is the author of "survive Only the most beautiful" and is the scientific director of the "Campaign for Real Beauty" ( Campaign for Real Beauty ) the cosmetology of Dove adopted.

Victor Johnston 's cognitive scientists at New Mexico State University and one of the main protagonists of the "fertility hypothesis".

Randy Thornhill is a biologist at the University of New Mexico. Together with Steven W. Gangestad he researched - from a strictly evolutionary psychological perspective - especially the issues of symmetry, mate choice, and rape.

Steven W. Gangestad is working at the Department of Psychology at the University of New Mexico, his research interests are similar to those of Randy Thornhill, which were together almost all of his papers published.

Geoffrey F. Miller works at the Department of Psychology at the University of New Mexico. He has especially with his book "The sexual evolution - partner selection and the emergence of the mind" ) have raised eyebrows, which presents a very original hypothesis of the origin of the human mind.

Daniel Hamermesh is an economist at the University of Texas. One of its key activities is the issue of attractiveness in economic exchange relationships.

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