Few days ago, psychologytoday.com posted an article by UK psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa that stared some controversies. In the article , Kanazawa stated that black women are less attractive than women of other races. He conducted a survey of white, Asian, black and native American men and women who were asked to rate each other’s attractiveness based on photographs.
Il y a quelques jours, psychologytoday.com a affiché un article par le psychologue britannique Satoshi Kanazawa qui a regardé fixement quelques controverses. Dans l'article, Kanazawa a déclaré que des femmes noires sont moins attractives que les femmes d'autres races.
Black women scored lowest, Asian highest. No need to be suprised.He conducted the survey , and the man himself is Asian.So go figure.
Kanazawa later concluded that 'African women have higher levels of testosterone than other races and therefore have more masculine features'
I am really not here to condem or prove anything to him.There is nothing to prove to such a man .They say beauy is skin deep, and I truly believe in that. Lets also keep in mind that beauty fades.
D'ailleurs la beauté est superficielle et elle se fane.
In the last two weeks you have met the first two new bloggers for Fashionjunkii, and today I get to introduce to you our third newest blogger, Maryam M. Sherif. This “fashionistic-glamazion” style could be summarized as old Hollywood meets New York! Maryam’s obsession with all things beautiful started at a very young age. Growing up her mother instilled the importance of femininity by keeping her active with Barbies, Barbizon, beauty pageants, sewing classes, and dance. She was intrigued by models “real-life Barbie’s “as she would call them. The mall was like a fantasy land for her; make-up, clothes, and mannequins what else could a girl want?! While most of her teenage counterparts’ first jobs were in fast food restaurants, Maryam started working as a shampoo girl for a high-end hair salon as a stylist assistant while earning credit hours towards her cosmetology license. She then moved into the world of retail working at Loehmann’s for the continuation of high school. There is where her love for designer clothing emerged. During her College years as a fashion merchandising student at Howard University she worked for Sephora. As a beauty consultant her make-up artistry skills grew tremendously also did her love for skin care. Upon graduation she entered corporate America working with the buying team for JCPenney woman’s contemporary and modern dress department. For now she’s dream chasing, networking, and building her resume towards a successful career. Please give her a warm welcome. We look forward to reading her blog posts.