Intellectual Cuties: No. 8 in a series: Daisy Cousens

Daisy Cousens is an Australian conservative and anti-feminist. She has a rather – distinctive – style of dressing.

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4 responses to this post.

  1. IMHO she doesn’t rate a 6, which is cute in my book. She’s more of a 5. No serious flaws, but no standout positives either.

    After a quick search I still haven’t found a picture of her that’s more than just head and shoulders.

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    • Posted by Julian O'Dea on December 16, 2017 at 9:40 pm

      I give her credit for being well-spoken and anti-feminist.

      It’s interesting that you use that grading out of 10. That’s mostly an American thing which I have never used. I certainly assess women but I think such assessments are more personal than strictly objective. For example, I have personal preferences for how a girl does her hair, particular expressions, and so on. And I tend to mark on having a fairly linear build with good legs. Breasts mean relatively little to me.

      Anyway, I think this girl is cute enough to be one of my “intellectual cuties”, a category which is intended to amuse me and irritate passing feminists.

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      • Well, of course all assessments of beauty are subjective/personal. I try not to get hung up on numbers and really just use them as a kind of shorthand. I’ve some to realize that “beautiful” is my type, but that it comes in a wider array of packages than I would have thought previously.

        That irritating feminists is always a good thing I think we can all agree on.

      • Posted by Julian O'Dea on December 16, 2017 at 10:43 pm

        I tend to look for pretty and animated rather than beautiful. Beautiful women seem too remote to me.

        By pretty and animated I mean, for example, a girl like my cutie no. 9 lecturing on maths. (The next post.)

        Her:

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