Gorgeous women are described as "eye candy". That to me is just sad. The girl in the first photo looks as though she has serious health issues and is so fragile that the slightes illness, a cold or flue, could put her life in jeapardy. It may not be true, but that's what she looks like to me.
I have to admint, a body and face like the one in the second picture would turn my head, but not my heart or emotions. Personality, intelligence, integrity, and a love of happiness are far more important traits than is the surface beauty. Some people never understand that.
I could be said that in a perfect world, all women would be healthy, fit, and beatiful, as would all men. But I think that a perfect world would consist of all men and women being fit, healthy, and no matter the face, or body type, everyone would find everyone else attractive based on who the people are, not what they look like.
I imagine there are many of us who would like to return to our prime, to be able to look like we did when we were 21, or 18, or whenever it is that we like ourselves. But you know, at 52 years, and being a bit heavier, and not as able to leap over an automobile hood in a single bound, or run up 7 stories of stairs without being winded, I'm happier with who I am. I've learned more of what is important in life, and what I can discard as having less worth.
It is my prayer that one day soon, the people of the world will quit worrying about the material and temporary things of the world, and start behaving like adults, people who seek to make the world a bit better by living on it.
Seeeeeya; Goodweed of the North
P.S. I didn't write this long bit of a post to satisfy you Bucky, but is it long enough?