Is it bad to not date someone because of their looks?
Theres nothing wrong with not being attracted to someone (you cant force chemistry), but dont ignore an obvious connection just because hes not physically the kind of person you normally date or have pictured yourself with.
Is it OK to date based on looks?
Looks is a reasonable parameter for dating, just as much as any other typical parameters like compatibility, trust, virtue, intelligence, education, interests, etc. Ive discussed this point with many folks that state the contrary; that looks are not important, only what is inside someone is important.
Is it bad to like someone based on looks?
Yes it is pretty shallow to love someone just for their looks, but definitely not something which is morally wrong. Sometimes deep and sometimes shallow, you can enjoy swimming in both depending upon what you are looking for.
Can you date someone you arent attracted to?
Ultimately, its best not to commit to a relationship with someone until you feel attracted to the person completely. That said, its totally OK to date and see if connection and physical chemistry grow.
Am I shallow if I care about looks?
Were Not Shallow for Caring about Looks Evolutionarily speaking, our ideas of attractiveness arent baseless — our facial features are indicative of our fertility and our physicality is indicative of our mental and physical health. In short, were attracted to certain characteristics for good reasons.
Is love all about looks?
In fact, studies have shown that the more two people interact in a face-to-face setting, the more attracted they feel to one another… as many a person whos found themselves interested in their best friend (or their best friends sibling, for that matter) can tell you. Attraction, after all, is about more than looks.