A Basque in Boise

Existential doubt

I was thinking today whether people really believe that there is a correlation between a woman’s cleavage and her intelligence, similar to the popular belief that the blonder she is the less gray matter she has. I’d have sworn everyone knew that blond or big-chested women don’t think with their hair or their boobs, but apparently, I was was wrong.

Let’s say that you wanted to volunteer your time to keep your culture alive. You go, offer to help, but someone thought that your dress was inappropriate and wrote you off. Do you put on a jacket next time or do you keep true to yourself? I mean, it’s not like you’re volunteering to pitch a new line of garments to the local Ward.

But let’s follow these people’s logic and assume for a second that they are right. What happens then if the woman had help getting to where she is? As in she is a bottle blond or/and had a procedure done. Isn’t she then, underneath it all, a flat-chested brunette, therefore smart off the charts?

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Steven Roosevelt Diana Maria Jesusl nere

4 thoughts on “Existential doubt

  1. Steven Roosevelt

    Thoughts:
    1. Was there a dress code?
    2. No correlation much less causation between physical attributes and mental acuity.
    3. Be true to your authentic self. Good things will happen.

    Cheers.

  2. Steven Roosevelt

    Thoughts:
    1. Was there a dress code?
    2. No correlation much less causation between physical attributes and mental acuity.
    3. Be true to your authentic self. Good things will happen.

    Cheers.

  3. Diana

    4. Fuck them? (which is a hybrid between 3 and 2, actually).

    I’d say whoever is writing you off because of your cleavage is
    a) jealous (if we’re talking about a woman or a gay man),
    b) scared (if we’re talking about a married/”committed” man),
    c) an asshole.

    So I stick with 4.

  4. Diana

    4. Fuck them? (which is a hybrid between 3 and 2, actually).

    I’d say whoever is writing you off because of your cleavage is
    a) jealous (if we’re talking about a woman or a gay man),
    b) scared (if we’re talking about a married/”committed” man),
    c) an asshole.

    So I stick with 4.

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