"Perhaps the most striking physical qualities were their penetrating, all-knowing eyes, their short hair, their giant statures, which made me at six feet three the shortest male by two inches, and their remarkable physical beauty. Like idealized Greek statues, the women were lovely and then men were handsome. However, unlike the 20th century, where physical beauty was rare and sought after, no one here was self-conscious about his appearance.... They valued the beauty of the mind more than that of the body... the body reflected the mind and the mind reflected the spirit.... So they [did] not ignore or take lightly their physical health and beauty."
Source: From the book, 2150 A.D. by Thea Alexander, page 81.