>>114619066>so what do you suggest as an alternative?
Admit people actually look like that, because you know, they do, and implying that they don't or are so rare they should be dismissed as insignificant is a really shitty thing do to, especially in a PSA about feeling good about yourself? In any other setting this would be weird, but not that negative, but in this case you're trying to avoid this one aspect, adding to the failure of it all.
Maybe just, I dunno, admit people look like that but not everyone finds them that attractive? State that different people like different things, and instead of dwelling on who doesn't like you like that, find others who do? Saying "There is always someone who will like you" is inclusive to all shapes, sizes and looks, nobody is singled out or explicitly dismissed so someone else can feel better.
What kind of fucking kids PSA goes with "yeah nobody actually looks that good, and if you see them they're deceiving you! You're real, unlike them!: