False dichotomies of political correctness
Political correctness has introduced two false dichotomies that have been ruinous to womanhood in America and elsewhere that political correctness has been applied. One is the dichotomy between physical beauty and intelligence. The other is the dichotomy between physical beauty and being a good human being (or, as some say, inner beauty).
I will say this right off the bat. Every female in my family, from my grandmother to my daughter, is both smart and beautiful. Many Russian, Jewish, and European women are. For that matter many women in Australia and America are as well. And in claiming the two to be incompatible with one another, the politically correct have created a dichotomy that is blatantly false. To maintain which false worldview the politically correct have needed to exterminate or destroy the women who are both smart and beautiful, as these women being what they are is a refutation of the fallacious worldview that the politically correct have been shoving down people's throats. And this resulted in great damage, vast needless suffering, and a huge waste of potential. One can be smart and beautiful at the same time. And it is rank foolishness to claim this not to be the case, just as it is utter monstrosity to apply this foolishness at the societal level.
The other false dichotomy - between physical beauty and inner beauty - has been just as ruinous. There are many women who are both physically beautiful and possessive of a good heart, and anyone who has known women from Brazil, Ukraine, Iran, Lebanon or Australia will know what I am talking about. The false claim of the two being incompatible has been nothing but an excuse for women possessing of neither physical beauty nor good personal qualities to abuse and, wherever they can, destroy the women possessing of either or both. This foolishness has likewise had monstrous effects on the societies in which it has been applied.
And to the Americans who still are not sure that one can be beautiful, intelligent and a good person at the same time, I have two words to say: Gabby Giffords.
If the point is to get people to see that women who are unattractive can be intelligent or good people, then it is a valid point. What is in no way valid is claiming that only women who are unattractive can be intelligent or good people. The false dichotomies of political correctness have had a ruinous effect on the countries in which they have been applied. And it is time that people see this and act to correct these damnable errors and their toxic effect on society.