Ghanaian ladies are blessed with beauty from God. Aside their beauty, they are mostly curvy and attractive. Check out beautiful pictures of this Ghanaian model flaunting her backside.
Ancient Greeks thought that human beauty could be explained by mathematical rules. According to these early scholars, beauty was deﬁned in terms of right proportions (or “golden ratios”). These principles governed the human face and body, but also dictated what was beautiful in architecture, music, and painting and was later adopted during the Italian Renaissance. This view of beauty is outdated, but it demonstrates that the search to understand human beauty is old. Apart from its central place in the arts, physical attractiveness has an impact on many aspects of our everyday lives, as people tend to behave differently with attractive people. Indeed, beautiful people are judged more positively on a variety of dimensions and treated better than less attractive people or ladies.
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