Been asked on more dates, felt more confident, maybe even have been considered a great beauty of the day reluctant muse to court painters and such. I have uncommonly fair skin, a prominent (too prominent for my taste), aquiline nose, thin, heart shaped lips, and irrepressibly wavy hair attributes that, while certainly appreciated at different moments throughout history, are almost diametrically opposed to what is considered beautiful according to today’s conventions. In a largely image based society where one aesthetic generally rules, looking nothing the part can be hard to swallow. I have always felt out of my era, a view that, over the course of my life, strangers and friends alike have confirmed. You belong in the French Revolution. Very Marie Antoinette! says the makeup artist Charlie Green as she dabs a bit of rouge on my cheek. Queen Elizabeth I, a man at a lounge in Greenwich Village feels comfortable enough to tell me, citing my pale complexion and strong profile.
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