I'm fascinated that I got a lot more responses to the question about what makes a woman ugly than I did to what makes her beautiful. Interesting.
Again, the responses don't have very much to do with what she LOOKS like. It's more about how she behaves. Here are the Facebook responses:
Susan Singer: What do you think makes a woman ugly?
response #7: There's no such thing as an ugly woman; some are just better looking than others. (not an original line, don't know where I first heard it)
response #7a: But remember ... "all pretty girls are a trap, a pretty trap, and men expect them to be." (Tennessee Williams, The Glass Menagerie , 1944)
response #8: An ugly woman is a behaviour, mean or cruel. But ugly can be fleeting as beaty can be fleeting.
response #9: the same things that make anything ugly: gross assymmetries, discolorations, lacerations, gross or awkward improprieties, neglect and dissolution.
response #10: I think ugliness, as well as beauty, is in the eye of the beholder...
response #11: I think it's interesting that there are more responses to "what do you think makes a woman ugly" than "what do you think makes a woman beautiful". Are we generally more comfortable with one question than the other?
response #12: ugly is as ugly does...