I find it best that “standards” not be linked so deep with appearance. Sure, he looks great, but after a beat down, and diamond ring healing, and then a slap, and that cute gift you’ve wanted so for long, the pattern is there. Online though, it’s easy to see if someone is a potential idiot. They won’t know the difference between “your” and “you’re”. If you see it used wrong, you need to raise your guard against dealing with a blazing moron. Talk about the deep issues with your interest and listen carefully of the retort. It’s not about if they agree or disagree. It’s how they do it that matters most. Keyword, “most”. I get this article comes from a female’s point-of-view, and yet, there is sexist talk in terms of strongly teasing that “only men” language. I am asking that people be more careful about what they say. Yes, myself included; always. I’m not perfect, but every second of every day, I can be better. We call deserve to be a bit better each day. Thanks for the article. It was a good read.