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About: This blog is to appreciate big/unique noses! Whether you have a big nose or just plain love them, you have found the right place! Enjoy!
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Hi Nose Angel! Sorry for reacting so late to this but I only have rarely access to the internet… You published my submission (that I’m sending you attached again) which is really great 8-D You wrote amongst other things: «(their nose) makes them look like such strong characters. Like strong female leads, which I think is really fantastic.». My intention is of course not to discuss what you feel when seeing this image, that wouldn’t make any sense, but I feel that your comment may includes some kind of prejudice… Isn’t it problematic when we attribute some mental/moral features to unknown people based on some of their physical features? Why can’t we asume that these girls are perhaps just totally sensitive, romantic, shy persons? Or even insecure? (which would probably be the case to some extent!). For example, if an actress or actor with such type of face would land a role (which I’m afraid is quite unlikeky), they will almost always play a wicked character! (think about the Disney witches…), which is so sad, unfair and such a shame. Shouldn’t each and everyone be given the chance to be approached without preconceived ideas; to freely show who they really are? Of course I know you meant it in a most positive way and please don’t believe I am critising you in any way, I just wanted to share my view on this topic with you… Cheers***
-“Goscinny and Underzo note that a large nose is drawn as a size of character-warmth, with all the good (male) characters— espcially Asterix and Obelix— having huge, bulbous Snuffy Smith-like noses, while the evil characters have small ones.” 
I see what you are saying. I mean everyone is always going to attribute certain features on people to be certain personality type. And it will be either positive or negative. Being sensitive and shy isn’t a bad thing, and maybe a big nose to someone portrays someone with a lot of emotion. Often times in stories people will make their characters look like how they are on the inside, of course depending on what features they attribute to certain personality types. I just see big noses as someone being strong. But it could easily not be the case and I know that. Of course I wont know the true nature of these characters until I read this comic. And the author could see their noses in a completely different way then Disney who sees it as an evil person. But everyone does have their own unique personality which has absolutely nothing to do with their nose or anything. But I think it would be good to kick down the bad stereotypes of big noses. Like you know if you see someone with really long hair, they might be seen as a free spirit. But maybe they are actually extremely uptight and they have it grown so long for religious purposes or just like it long. So yeah, it’s never accurate to judge someone on their appearance. But I meant my assumption in a good way and you said these girls were the protagonists of the story and that made me think of them in a good light and what came to mind is strength because they have very strong noses. I am just trying to change the stereotype a little bit :)

Hi Nose Angel! Sorry for reacting so late to this but I only have rarely access to the internet… You published my submission (that I’m sending you attached again) which is really great 8-D You wrote amongst other things: «(their nose) makes them look like such strong characters. Like strong female leads, which I think is really fantastic.». My intention is of course not to discuss what you feel when seeing this image, that wouldn’t make any sense, but I feel that your comment may includes some kind of prejudice… Isn’t it problematic when we attribute some mental/moral features to unknown people based on some of their physical features? Why can’t we asume that these girls are perhaps just totally sensitive, romantic, shy persons? Or even insecure? (which would probably be the case to some extent!). For example, if an actress or actor with such type of face would land a role (which I’m afraid is quite unlikeky), they will almost always play a wicked character! (think about the Disney witches…), which is so sad, unfair and such a shame. Shouldn’t each and everyone be given the chance to be approached without preconceived ideas; to freely show who they really are? Of course I know you meant it in a most positive way and please don’t believe I am critising you in any way, I just wanted to share my view on this topic with you… Cheers***

-“Goscinny and Underzo note that a large nose is drawn as a size of character-warmth, with all the good (male) characters— espcially Asterix and Obelix— having huge, bulbous Snuffy Smith-like noses, while the evil characters have small ones.” 

I see what you are saying. I mean everyone is always going to attribute certain features on people to be certain personality type. And it will be either positive or negative. Being sensitive and shy isn’t a bad thing, and maybe a big nose to someone portrays someone with a lot of emotion. Often times in stories people will make their characters look like how they are on the inside, of course depending on what features they attribute to certain personality types. I just see big noses as someone being strong. But it could easily not be the case and I know that. Of course I wont know the true nature of these characters until I read this comic. And the author could see their noses in a completely different way then Disney who sees it as an evil person. But everyone does have their own unique personality which has absolutely nothing to do with their nose or anything. But I think it would be good to kick down the bad stereotypes of big noses. Like you know if you see someone with really long hair, they might be seen as a free spirit. But maybe they are actually extremely uptight and they have it grown so long for religious purposes or just like it long. So yeah, it’s never accurate to judge someone on their appearance. But I meant my assumption in a good way and you said these girls were the protagonists of the story and that made me think of them in a good light and what came to mind is strength because they have very strong noses. I am just trying to change the stereotype a little bit :)

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