Dating a guy with a deformity

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A facial deformity would to me be a major negative. According to me, there are four essential elements in any romantic relationship - and unless all four elements are met, the relationship will either not succeed, or even if it does momentarily, will not last. If it is only a minor deformity (such as a crooked nose, or not a completely symmetrical face), then it would not be a deal-breaker by a long shot, thought it could be a slight negative.They are:(1) Attraction (2) Chemistry (3) Affection (4) Sexuality. However, if the deformity were major, or grotesque, then yes, while I might be able to appreciate the person, and value her - even treasure her maybe, as a friend, I doubt I'll be able to look past the deformity, as I'd be able to find girls with the same traits as her, less the deformity.The pre-Christmas fanfare of parties and trips out can make life especially difficult for Joanna Corbin.A tall striking woman with a dazzling smile, fierce intelligence and considerable charm, she also has a large birthmark across her face.

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“This is the first time all the surgeons in one nation, the UK, have combined with their patients to collect physical, social and emotional outcomes,” he says.

That didn't prevent Heidi Klum, one of the world's most beautiful women, from marrying him.

Megan Fox is largely regarded as thermonuclear, but she also has clubbed thumbs, which means they are shorter, rounder, and have a short 'n' wide nail bed.

Joanna’s birthmark could not be removed or treated because of its position on her face - across her nose and over her right cheek - and the fact that it was several layers deep. I began to feel very angry which was a painful emotion to live with, and I isolated myself.” In a culture obsessively focussed on the perfect appearance, it is tough to live with a facial disfigurement like Joanna’s.

That drunken jibe was just one example of the attitudes she must confront on a regular basis. Yet as many as one in 100 people in the UK do so, whether as the result of a birthmark, illness, surgery, a disfiguring skin condition, or an accident or attack.

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