Tibetan girl

In theory yes. But they may still be more prone to readily blushing when exposed to colder temps or such climates. A friend of mine who visited Sweden gushed about how pink-cheeked the Scandinavians were, and I’ve noticed that in a few Scandinavian-blooded friends

Woman in Blue

Wow, it’s difficult to look away from that photo; you’re stunning. Going off just the one photo, I can sort of understand the quip about androgyny but my girlfriend once told me that the most empirically beautiful people have exactly that quality. Or that

4-year-old Syrian girl flashing the victory sign in a refugee camp after fleeing violence with her family.

I don’t know it’s V for victory in Japan too (and elsewhere.) And [not](http://www.google.com/hostednews/getty/media/ALeqM5gswMl3N3ewm6JURIcV_3SKdfr-Kw) [many](http://www.japan-talk.com/images/jt/thumbnails/smiles-991.jpg) [people](http://www.japan-talk.com/images/jt/thumbnails/peace-sign-pose-991.jpg) [look](http://www.japan-talk.com/images/jt/thumbnails/shy-peace-signs-991.jpg)[ like](http://www.japan-talk.com/images/jt/thumbnails/while-in-rome-do-as-the-romans-991.jpg) [they](http://www.japan-talk.com/images/jt/thumbnails/peace-sign-chef-991.jpg) [mean](http://www.japan-talk.com/images/jt/thumbnails/office-lady-991.jpg) [business in those pictures](https://www.google.com/search?es_sm=122&tbm=isch&q=Victory-sign+pose+pictures&oq=Victory-sign+pose+pictures&gs_l=img.3…3699.4248.0.4511.….0…1c.1.27.img..5.0.0.yE9pnZr4BLc&bav=on.2,or.r_cp.r_qf.&bvm=bv.53217764,d.dmg,pv.xjs.s.en_US.Es3CeXuAQeM.O&biw=1920&bih=955&dpr=1). Honestly though, I think it’s just a pose that has long ago crossed multiple cultural boundaries and I think in

Man and hyena

Apparently it’s tame so it’s probably okay even if its jaws can crush right on through your femur. But I agree, it’s still terrifying. >The men, called “Gadawan Kura” (rough translation: “hyena guides”), were surrounded by myth and mystery and largely assumed to be

Street children, Philippines

Their clothes are relatively clean for street kids…and they have consumer goods. They are probably children of poor families but they are not sleeping on the streets. Street kids would be much dirtier. They’d often be wearing filthy hand-me down clothes too small or

Swing dancers

*tone: gentle, friendly, empathetic musing* For what it’s worth, I upvoted all your comments in this thread. I understand what you’re trying to say. Something that you *meant* to be a flippant comment about an era of music was misinterpreted to mean you were

Syrian peshmerga fighter with a bunny on his shoulder

There are political differences between different political parties. Political differences always have an impact on the population. Just like how there are clear differences between Democrat & Republican voters in the USA. I wouldn’t say the differences have a huge impact on the Kurds.

Somali refugee and his home

Yes and no. I can see why you’d think so, because I think many of us can agree that the West is full of way too much consumption and greed. That being said, though, just because a person lives simply doesn’t mean it’s always

3 year old girl as a butterfly lands on her face

Apparently not >Stella Ferruzola, 3, poses with a Blue Morpho butterfly on her nose at the Sensational Butterflies Exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London March 25, 2013. (Luke MacGregor/Reuters) http://www.nhm.ac.uk/visit-us/whats-on/temporary-exhibitions/sensational-butterflies/highlights-slideshow/index.html http://www.nhm.ac.uk/visit-us/whats-on/temporary-exhibitions/sensational-butterflies/index.html look at the videos, children running around with butterflies on their

A pair of elegant Maasai women.

It’s the posture – a lot of women I’ve met in Sub-Saharan Africa have amazing posture, and it’s amazing what it does to project elegance and confidence. It really makes me try to stand up straighter when I’m around them, though! My theory is
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