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Kaitlyn H Boris was a high school freshman at South Albany High school in Albany Georgia She loved music art photography and volleyball When she was younger she even had a poem published in a national magazine On August 11 2012 she took a 45 caliber handgun and shot herself to death with her two sisters and brother in the other room She left behind a note saying she was tired of being ugly being fat and being the nobody that was the punch line of every joke After being bullied because of physical differences for 4 years she could no longer take the weight of being ugly But who decided that Kaitlyn was ugly Who decided the other girls were more beautiful and that in order to achieve this beauty you had to be a size 2 There is nothing and no one guiltier of instilling this false belief of splendor in young girls than the beast itself beauty pageants Like the magical mirror on the wall they are the all-powerful that decide who is fairest of them all They teach young girls that their currency is their looks and when it comes to beauty nothing is natural They showcase the body image the media displays in commercials this happens to be the same body image that only 5 of woman in the United States have In the current society we are living in 83 of girls in high school have admitted to dieting for weight loss 43 of which were normal weight The risk of an eating disorder in this day and age is so common that 1 in 200 girls will be hospitalized at some point for such a severe case We have about 200 girls in our grade now so who would it be What if we wake up tomorrow to find Emma in the hospital because she didnt feel skinny enough to eat anymore Or maybe itll be Claudia Cassie
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