It is hard to deny that Sofia Vergara is a beautiful woman. She has a beautiful face and killer curves but she claims it isn't all it is cracked up to be. When speaking to the British paper, The Sun, she says ,"I realized that having a good figure is an advantage on TV and getting attention and publicity. But it also means you can't play more normal kinds of roles. I can't just play an ordinary girl. So I try to find roles that let me capitalize on my looks and my personality and advance my career that way." She explains that she wasn't always comfortable with the attention she gets from men. When I was a teenager, I was skinny but with big boobs. It was a relief for me when I met my [first] husband, and then I didn't have to deal with being chased as much." I used to get really annoyed when beautiful people complained about their looks. Although I usually held a poker face, inside, I was giving a major eye roll. But when I think about it now, I don't know that they are wrong. Hear me out. I don't have much empathy when it comes to the playing 'normal' roles part. She does get roles, not normal ones but they are roles. Having said that, I imagine constantly getting attention from men really wouldn't be that great. Imagine (or maybe you don't have to, maybe this reflects your experience) feeling like you are being watched every time you leave your house. How uncomfortable to be under the male gaze at all times. And I have seen it in my peer group, I have an unusually beautiful friend, the gaze is constant. No matter what she wears or what we are doing, there is always a man commenting on her beauty. Always. Know what else I've seen? I've seen women turn on beautiful women. It isn't pretty. We tear them down. I do the very best I can to be a kind person in my daily life but I'm guilty of looking at a beautiful woman and thinking all sorts of nasty things about her for no other reason than men are talking to her and not me. I might know nothing about her but I'm jealous, and in that moment, more than a little petty. I'm usually aware of it and shake it off and go back to getting down with my bad self or whatever it is I'm doing. Maybe it is just our primate behaviour rearing it's head. Competition for viable mates. I don't know. But I do know that it would have to get terribly lonely for the beautiful woman. Men stare at your body, women resent you. Doesn't sound like a good time. What do you think? Is the grass greener on the other side of the beauty fence or is Sofia Vergara whining like a big beautiful baby? Is she complaining or just making statements on her experience?