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Girls Create Their Appearance Based On Society

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Started: 1/4/2015 Category: People
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Arika_xoxo

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Girls want to be seen as perfect, no matter to what extent. So what they see in the magazines is what they think is perfection, so they strive to be just that.
Loureen

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NOT ALL GIRLS. girls who are sensible and who are aware of the bad society would`nt do something like that.They will be themselves and prove to the world that looks is not everything and that there is more to a girl than just looks.
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Posted by Ragnar 2 years ago
Ragnar
Modify certainly, but create? Impossible, that's genetic.
Posted by YaHey 2 years ago
YaHey
I wouldn't say that girls, or anyone for that matter, conforms to society with the expectation of seeming "perfect". Instead the intent of such conformity is to be seen as normal, acceptable, especially as women with heavier body types are treated with mounds of disrespect. From your language, it almost reads as if you hold contempt for those that are peer pressured into, well, achieving a societal "ideal" that can have disasterous effects on the body.
Posted by Mike_10-4 2 years ago
Mike_10-4
Perhaps, in social systems who embrace the individual's Unalienable Rights. However, there are theocracies who treat their woman as property, or a half of person who must comply with dogma on "their appearance."
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