How Women’s Beauty Standards Change: 3,000 Years in 3 Minutes [VIDEO]

What makes for beauty in a woman has fluctuated drastically since ancient times. But just how much have the standards changed? Buzzfeed created a video that explores the various physical features considered beautiful in women from ancient Egypt to the Postmodern beauty of today.

It’s extraordinarily interesting to see what was considered beautiful and desirable in different places and different times. For instance, women from the Italian Renaissance were expected to be full-figured, while the ideal women of the Roaring Twenties had boyish figures with bob hairstyles. During the Han dynasty, beautiful women possessed a slim waist, large eyes and small feet, while in the Swinging Sixties, willowy figures and adolescent physiques were most desirable. Today, women are expected to be a “healthy” skinny with large breasts and butts. Is it any wonder that women seek plastic surgery?

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The image of that spectacular-looking fair-skinned, curly-haired, zaftig blond woman with the green eyes, dressed in a white top was what brought me to this page in hopes of seeing other photos of her. I stumbled unto her image during a Google image search. Please don't project unto all of us men the fetishes of our more immature brethren. The MAJORITY of men in the world could care less about women who look like petulant broomsticks with WEAPONIZED artificial breasts and buttocks. There's something suspicious about men who like their women to look like 12 year old girls with overdeveloped breasts and bottoms. lol.
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