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    Spuggy, are you a female or a male?

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    http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http...=VAQG68R7D&s=1

    Apparently Clinton's rosacea hasn't affected his success with the ladies...
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    "...and a slightly red attractive face, Brad Pitt."

    Ok, I think we don't have the same def for "slightly red".

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    ... and Clinton is for sure not the average guy...There are certainly many other reasons, besides his red face, why ladies would be attracted to him...Same for the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasK View Post
    "...and a slightly red attractive face, Brad Pitt."

    Ok, I think we don't have the same def for "slightly red".
    That's what I was thinking...

    Must have been a slow news day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasK View Post
    "...and a slightly red attractive face, Brad Pitt."

    Ok, I think we don't have the same def for "slightly red".
    Also Brad pitt could be deep purple and still be attractive.

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    Sorry, but this thread is kind of silly...

    So woman find men with red faces attractive, which doesn't come as a surprise, since it's well known that red is percieved as dominant in some contexts. Well, not in the rosacea-context I would believe. What do you think people are embarassed about with rosacea? I think it's more the redness pattern than the redness itself. If any of us on here was to think rosacea is even a bit attractive, then why do we go so far to get rid of it? Because it's not attractive. Before I got rosacea i often got a red face, which I of course didn't mind because it looked normal, actually I would say I thought it looked good. But that was an even red tone over my whole face, and that's completely different to what rosacea is. So I think it's odd that you even suggest(allthough not directly)that rosacea is attractive in some way, when obviously this whole community is made up on the fact that people find it unattractive, every single member on here. Just my personal view on it, no hard feelings. Again, I know the OP didn't directly say that women found rosacea attractive, but it's obviously what the thread is more or less implying, and my point is that it has nothing to do with rosacea.
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    I think mostly women,s like red color .red is an attractive color and liked by the every kind of women.

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    bill clinton and brad pitt both have mild rosacea in my opinion.actually brad pitt is slightly tanned.far better than being fair skinned and pale.rosacea is far less noticeable in somebody that has a skin tone like brad pitt.

    rosacea suits some peoples faces,but not mine.

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