I haven't made a thread in what feels like a long time and finally having sat on this idea for a while and the time of nascence is upon me. In consecution of my antecedent topic I pose this question. In its abstract nature it seems to elude me exactly how much weight to assign to physical attractiveness when choosing a potential relationship prospect. Not-quite-simply-put, my exponentially increasing interest in generally attractive members of the fairer sex, I espy, a rapidly growing disgust with my (arguably) basic desire for someone I find personally attractive. Is this something to feel guilty about? Aren't there more prestigious characteristics to gravitate towards other than outward sex appeal? If there were, why so deep is the mental quagmire I face when I reflect upon the inherent dilemma of not being a psychic and therefore not being cognizant of any other potentially attractive qualities of a prospect other than her just being gorgeous (a term I use loosely with my self diagnosed minor case of Sad Puppy Syndrome) when I find it obscenely evil to judge someone solely on looks without knowledge of anything else about said person?
Does anyone have an opinion or similar experience with this idea/dilemma?
No I will not refrain from memorizing random and trivial words in the dictionary and thesaurus.