Double standard? I've been thinking about this lately, and what better place than the OTF to get a good discussion on it? Let's say Person A rejects dating Person B based on the fact that A isn't physically attracted to B. If this becomes public knowledge, people will probably look down upon Person A and consider them shallow and coneited. I mean, they didn't even consider Person B's personality in the matter. Now, let's say Person A rejects Person B solely because B's personality isn't very good. This also becomes public knowledge. I doubt people would look down upon Person A at all. I mean, Person B doesn't have a good personality, so why would you want to date them? Why is it generally socially acceptable to reject someone based exclusively on their personality, but not exclusively on their looks? Who made personality the more important factor in dating? Shouldn't they be equally important? Is this a bad double standard (or are all double standards considered bad?)?