Just looked at this Brazilian (?) chick "Marisa Papen"'s Playboy pics. Honestly, I've banged hotter girls, both in real life and in high class brothels & escorts. There's nothing particularly noteworthy or intriguing about her at all. She's just young, healthy and one monthly local playmate more - that's all. And her "philosophical essay" is nothing but a joke. Not only is it a great example of twisted female logic, it also reeks of solipsism and of completely overestimating her overall importance.
I agree with Lucretius Carus and likewise think that that there is nothing particularly noteworthy about that woman. I also think that she seems to have an inflated view of herself. You should skim her homepage and take in some of her incoherent stream of consciousness writing. There are countless talentless women who get a modicum of attention because they are young and not ugly (Ever forced yourself to listen to inane female blather because you wanted to get laid? I've been there too.). The most deluded of them seem to think that they don't age. Eventually, the attention she's gotten used to will only be a distant memory.
As ephemeral as their looks may be, as long as they are young and healthy --- excuse the silliness! --- they are young and healthy. It's nothing special in the grand scheme of things. Any guy who gets laid regularly with a decent caliber of women has this as his baseline: young and healthy. If Lucretius Carus wouldn't get laid so much, he would presumably have a much higher appreciation for the naked body of an unremarkable woman. Indeed, if you've banged a lot of hot women, it is very easy to get a skewed view on reality. In general, though, people just are not particularly healthy. Just look around you! How many genuinely fit people do you see? Or think of the last time you went to a decent club. There probably were plenty of non-fat girls around, but most of them were probably skinny-fat. In fact, you may be completely unaware of the skinny-fat epidemic if you don't see a lot of exposed midriffs. So, if you don't go out a lot or don't live close to a beach, you may mistake people for being healthier than they are just because they are not fat.
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