Martin Luther King Jr's dream of people being judged by their character and not color of their skin has mostly been fulfilled, or at least everybody seem to be working for it. But what about people being judged by their Looks? Will people ever be able to forgo looks altogether in choosing romantic partners? I wonder why society puts so much value on looks, and fashion and all those outwardly things? I think much of these judgments arise because elements of good looks like being well dressed and fashionable, being fit etc is associated with other good traits like health consciousness, intelligence, social skills etc. But, not every aspect can be linked like that; e.g. height, bodily build-up. I haven't seen much discrimination based on Looks, except in romantic relationship where it seem to play a big role. Will society ever loose the demarcation of 'pretty/attractive' and 'not pretty/attractive' ? I understand that there is no universal definition of what is 'pretty' and what is not; each man seem to have his own definition. My belief is that it will be better for humanity to lose that definition.