A love of beauty is common to almost all of us, and every man likes to think himself best able to recognise its presence. But human standards of taste, judgement and discernment vary tremendously and standards of female beauty – as well as male – are among those most susceptible to differences of opinion. Therefore it would be both hopeless and senseless to try to find a common denominator for this most controversial of attributes.
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