I feel like Chloe Grace Moretz is the line between hot and too hot (Damn, that GIF is distracting), but, is there such thing as “too hot” or they are just your crush?
Firstly, there is such thing as too hot in dating, as this thread reflects: if your crush is hot and you are hideous, she is too hot FOR YOU. Meaning: too hotness is relative and coercive, and dependent on genes, which can sucks, but again, we are talking about genetics to begin with.
Speaking about relative things, we reach market terms:
- a) Sexiness have recently risen faster than the long term national average
- b) Singles are demanding too much
- c) Demand currently exceeds supply
- d) The daytime air temperature is above 30 degrees (Celsius) ~i can’t see how that reflects…. I mean at temperatures below or above 15, i would understand, but 30?~
But then, even if you fulfill all those points, they are only gonna say that you are the sexiest, not unfairly sexy, as too sexy would be.
As to a popular media point of view: wait, there is none, everyone is WAY TOO BUSY talking about how being sexy empowers/objectify women instead of considering how perfect humans can get, which is a positive thing, instead, they are degrading the sense of evolution to a thing to consider when studying animals, forgetting that we ARE FUCKING ANIMALS TOO, AND SEXINESS AND SYMMETRY ARE EVOLUTIONARY TRAITS AND WE SHOULD PRAISE THEM!
~Damn, that made me mad~
well, my guess is:
Hotness is a thing build by time:
- The person has to be sexy, have those proportions
- The sexiness attribute must be developed in that person’s characters, either in movies, either in the community, either in Photoshop, and many other things, as long your opinion of him/her/they are unsteady and impressionable
- Your friends have to praise the person themselves as you do
- People that you don’t know have to praise the person themselves as you do
That is what happened to me in regards of Chloe, and i can understand that, so yeah, maybe the too hot concept is personal, instead of a global thing