‘Pretty’ is how she looks to herself. She’s done her best to attire and groom herself. Her physical attributes shine and physical weaknesses go unnoticed to her.
· Mirror-time spent making herself prettier builds on the feminine foundation. Women strut their independence when they add stylish refinements that various people then describe according to their own taste, whether cute, chic, elegant, fancy, or classy. Individual enhancements thus generate female competition. It earns manly respect, because female differences are so distinct.
· Except for the guy that makes himself worthy of her hand for life, making herself pretty is the only obligation single females should feel toward men. If her prettiness isn’t enough to capture more than his attention, he’s not after her as person but what he can get out of her.
· Imagine two competing females trying to out-pretty each other. It’s like two guys chased by a bear. No need to shoot the bear, just shoot buddy in the foot. The difference for gals being chased by men: If she likes her Self as female, she has the gun. (The ‘gun’ might suggest cattiness but not intended that way: Cattiness is not female, it’s self-centeredness caused by low self-esteem or self-image and designed to make the catty person feel good about Self.)
· A man’s view of prettiness is often distorted by his dealings with her. If unknown but sexually attractive, or if she’s a target for conquest, physical attractiveness outweighs pretty. If conquered, or unconquered but not a target, pleasing to male eyes and pleasant company rank as pretty.
Three more posts follow on this subject.