Do people today have different than people did in the earlier parts of the 20th century?
So, of course, every individual is different. But I notice that people simply look different today than people did in the past.
Obviously, most people are fatter, taller, and a little bit more muscular today, but it also seems like most peoples faces are different too.
Some people claim that women in the 60s and prior looked more feminine. Some people claim that people in the past looked more neotenous and some say the opposite.
To me, it looks like women today have more prominent eyes, fuller cheeks, less prominent chins, less angular nose, but also a relatively shorter forehead in comparison to the rest of the face, overall bigger neck and slightly bigger face. This is when I compare them to old 20th century photos.
It seems like men today have a less wrinkled forehead, thinner hair, a bigger face, a less prominent chin, and a not as angular jawline.