There were goddesses who'd kill to look like Tawneee. She will also often feel inadequate and very lonely, and this in turn compounds the problem of her not being able to ask for herself; obviously there is a reason nobody wants her, and she too is afraid of rejection, making this cyclic.
And, as if dimly aware that this was still not sufficient, she added sadly, "If you must know, he's the first boy who's ever asked me out." ... The girl, on the other hand, feels unable to ask him herself, whether because of social custom, historical imperative, or some other reason. In fact, so many guys have refused to ask her out on the grounds that she's out of their league that she begins to feel unwanted and ask if there's something wrong with her.
Some avoid the place altogether because they feel embarrassed by men seeing them in tight lycra.The conclusion was that, with human resources departments comprised of 93 percent females, "old-fashioned jealousy led the women to discriminate against pretty candidates." lady gets male attention because of the vibe she gives off; objectively speaking, she's not supermodel-gorgeous. Which is sort of crazy because he's probably twice her age and she should be batting men off like flies. Do you think it's harder or easier to go through life being considered "beautiful"?