We live in a society dominated by images. Girls only seventeen years old have already seen more than 250 000 beauty related images. This overkill… Read More
We live in a society dominated by images. Girls only seventeen years old have already seen more than 250 000 beauty related images. This overkill of imagery ensures that we have a perfectly clear view of what we think a woman should look like.
But what if our view of the perfect woman is a fabricated look? Having wrinkles and not being slim or tight are considered signs of ugliness in women. Women compare themselves to images from the glamour and porn industry, which are mostly digitally retouched. How can women still feel secure and proud of their looks?
Nowadays, plastic surgery is a common way to enhance beauty. Does plastic surgery truly makes us look more beautiful, or are we only trying to achieve the forced standar of berauty, imposed on us by society? Read Less