Beauty is intimidating quotes
It was at that moment that I fled Sonia and Starbucks.
tags: complex, creative, different, difficulties, distinction, envy, genius, genius-distinction, independent, independent-thought, inferiority, inferiority-complex, intimidating, misunderstanding, odd, privacy, self-sufficiency, simplicity, superiority “She's a mystery, a cipher, something nearly extinct these days: a person not controlled by ambition or greed or a crass need for attention, but by a desire to experience life completely and to make life a little easier for the people around her” ― Rebecca Miller, “As for those who spite you, and seemingly just because, it's only evident that they're learning from you. Thompson, “Don't tell me I'm "too tall" just because my height happens to threaten your rather fragile sense of masculinity. Once again, I touched him, brazenly running my hand along his jaw. You,” he ground out, making each word into a pointed sentence. The waves of hatred that rolled off him made me sincerely glad that all that emotion wasn’t directed at me. With the women it didn't matter, but I enjoyed subtly intimidating the guys with bad backs who thought they were helping out by telling us how to pack the truck.
Maybe you taste bad - kind of like medicine, kind of like truth - and to them, you're thought unsafe. Humans have always had a hard time digesting foreign things.” ― Criss Jami, tags: chewed-up, criticism, development, digestion, disagreeable, encouragement, fear, flattery, foreigner, haters, intimidating, learning, medicine, misunderstood, motivation, process, ridicule, spite, truth “His resonating stare fluttered through my memory, and I shivered. I only saw intensity, and, I hated to admit it, but he was beyond intimidating. The fact that men cannot physically look down upon women who are taller than them is the very reason that many men find tall women so intimidating.” ― Miya Yamanouchi, tags: appearance, beauty, beauty-contructs, beauty-standards, body, body-shaming, body-shape, feminism, feminist, feminist-perspective, fragile, gender, intimidating, intimidation, manhood, masculine, masculinity, men, short-girls, short-women, size, stereotypes, tall, tall-girls, tall-women “Don't tell me I'm "too tall" just because my height happens to threaten your rather fragile sense of masculinity. It was soft and rough at the same time—the perfect balance. He stared at my delicately injured skin (some of it had gotten torn in the struggle and was slick with some sort of puss… The thinking was that because we were furniture movers, we obviously weren't too bright.
Gaston: There are no such things as beasts, or talking teacups...
[the Beast fights Gaston back, grabs him and holds him over] Gaston: Don't let me go...
"Mara, none of the mothers talk to me, I smile and act friendly, but they just stare at me, and I feel ignored." When she asked how I dealt with people staring at me, I quickly told her they are only staring at me because they are wondering how someone could possibly wear some of my outfits in public. "Women are intimidated by your beauty." I don't want to believe it, but women measure themselves against other women's attractiveness.