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North American ideals of physical beauty or bodily perfection During our civilized debate one subject that came that has appealed to me to talk about was North American ideals of physical beauty or bodily perfection I think it has become one of the greatest concerns amongst our culture today that I cannot be unable to discuss on a subject like this one Many issues and aspects can be collected and analyzed from a subject about ideals of our way of perceiving the humans physical beauty We are capable to know the problematic factors that influence such thinking in our society but the reason why it does can vary with different people with different personal needs for themselves I may be able to name and discuss and a few aspects that I find relevant and related to my topic I will also discuss about the side effects that this has on our society for having such an inappropriate mentality There will be solutions and how I think they may one day change or offer benefits to the individuals in our society We must remember that solutions are always present but it is our will to change and our actions that will make the difference Eating disorders continue to be a major problem in our society especially with young adults Most teenagers today are unsatisfied with the way they look and they way they feel Sometimes when they find that they do not look like others they feel unwelcome and that they do not belong with others Recent surveys in popular teen magazines have shown that more then 90 of young teenage girls are not happy with their bodies while 8 accept theirs and only 2 are confident about their looks At the same time over 23 of young teenage boys do not appreciate their own appearance either It is ironic how those statistics do not reflect what is pictured in society Thanks
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