Beauty is subjective and often becomes a matter of controversy. Some consider standards of beauty to be a healthy blush and full sensual lips; others are crazy about pale skin and refined facial features. Yet all the arguments fade away when it comes to children's beauty. Bright Side will show you children who, thanks to their appearance and charming magic, have become famous to almost the whole world.
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Moreover, it breaks down stereotypes surrounding feminine male characters. Last, bishota can be used to refer to a beautiful, pre-pubescent male child or a childlike male. This androgynous appearance is akin to the depiction of angels in Western renaissance art, with similar social roots for this aesthetic. Some non-Japanese, especially American, anime and manga fans use the term to refer to any handsome male character regardless of age, or any homosexual character.
We all know that Chinese girls have specific ideals of female beauty, but do foreigners share these ideals? Western girls love to be tanned, Asian girls prefer white skin. These modern Chinese beauty standards reveal a certain fascination with the West, with more and more Chinese girls resorting to cosmetic surgery to create those double-fold eyelids. But do foreigners see the same features in Chinese girls?