SF Social Media
Well it is biological. People are attracted to symmetrical faces. There is a universal perception of beauty. And it persists despite efforts to encourage people to be less superficial.
But also, in this case, this user is citing an asymmetric trait that is universally known for being asymmetrical *and* that isn't being viewed by others. This is something that he's afraid for others to see because of the fear reaction of "what *could* happen".
So while telling him "don't be bothered" is, indeed, pointless because telling any of us not to be bothered by something is pointless, he did show up for opinions and people are unilaterally telling him it's not an issue.