I have imagined how a world with physical impartiality would operate. I've also wondered how a person with no standards of physical beauty or doesn't understand the concept of "pretty" or "ugly" would act. Our perceptions are so visually and physically orientated; we were inherently born with attractions to images that are physically appealing. I have envisioned a world inhabited by people with the same faces, a singular facial image. Well, obviously, even if the face is fundamentally the same, other factors would alter it, and people's overflowing desire to adorn themselves physically would create an even larger physical distinction among various socio-economic classes. Perhaps plastic surgery would become more eminent. But what if people were forced to look the same? What if their physical appearances all corresponded with each other and were unalterable? Would it stimulate people to advance themselves farther intellectually or artistically in a frustrated effort to distinguish themselves? Would it be the winning incentive? Would the world become more competitive?
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