Jennifer Aniston looks good. Period. She doesn't just look good for a 45-year-old; she looks good for a person of any age. Her skin glows; her hair is shiny; she's in fantastic shape; and most of all, she seems happy. So it's no wonder it's bothersome to Aniston when people say she "looks good for her age."
In a recent interview with Women's Wear Daily, the actress expressed her irritation with society's need to constantly emphasize a woman's age. "Your age always has to be mentioned and men don't really get that for some reason," she said. "It's not like you see Joe Schmo, 37."
The lady's got a point. Think about it: You may not have known Aniston's exact age by heart, but you likely had a ballpark figure. Now think about this: Do you have any idea how old her fiance, Justin Theroux, is? What about Hugh Jackman? Or Bradley Cooper? And when you refer to them as attractive, do you say: They're attractive for their age?