I think people like to think that because someone is attractive, that person has no problems and can dance through life without any hardships. That is a lie.
Too often, our culture over-emphasizes external beauty which is commonly subjective over internal richness of character. Why be a CFO when you’re “pretty” enough to be a model or a Playboy centerfold? Why be a scientist when you’re “pretty” enough to be professional cheerleader or a reality TV show star?
We as women and as a culture need to challenge our girls see themselves as more than what they look like on the outside. But where do we start?