Why is it that unattractive people have no right to love someone?

Answered Aug 21, 2019

There are two issues with the question.

Internally feeling love directed at another person isn’t externally restricted. Your ability to do it doesn’t require anyone to view you as attractive.

It also isn’t a matter of any “right”, since it is your internal feelings, which aren’t subject to the decision of having/not-having a “right”.

What you don’t have is any “right” to have the other person reciprocate your love. Or to believe that you actually love them, or to take it seriously, or even to acknowledge it.

That lack of any “right” doesn’t depend on your level of attractiveness. Even someone who is conventionally attractive doesn’t have any “right” to have their love returned.

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