Some articles on skin, pale skin:
... pattern of equating or at least linking skin disorders and appearance problems with villainy ... fiction from Japan, where ideals call for as pale skin as possible, characters with albinism or associated traits are more frequently sympathetic than in American and British fiction. 1960s, and may be related to the popularity of tanning (and thus a decrease in pale skin being seen as attractive) in this period ...
... Kennedy is a Caucasian girl with blonde hair, light skin and blue eyes ... Barbie is "...cute but edgy", pale skin, blonde hair, blue eyes, her astrological sign is Libra, her favorite place is the spa and she loves yoga, chatting with cute guys, going to movies and ... Madison (Westley in the UK and the Republic of Ireland) is African-American, brown skin, light blue eyes and medium brown hair ...
... According to classical scholar Frank Snowden, skin color did not determine social status in ancient Egypt, Greece or Rome ... subordinate state was viewed as more significant in a person's status than was their skin color ... The preferred skin tone varies by culture and has varied over time ...
Famous quotes containing the words skin and/or pale:
“For I know that my Redeemer lives, and that at the last he will stand upon the earth; and after my skin has been thus destroyed, then in my flesh I shall see God,”
—Bible: Hebrew, Job 19:25.
“A land where all things always seemed the same!
And round about the keel with faces pale,
Dark faces pale against that rosy flame,
The mild-eyed melancholy Lotos-eaters came.”
—Alfred Tennyson (18091892)