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The concept of beauty is making us slaves Everybody tries to fit in the demands of society You should wear your hair this way you should look this way you should walk this way etc People are giving up their real personality and appearance trying to be someone else Recently the magazine Newsweek released an article named Our quest to be perfect the article talks about cosmetic surgery and their benefits The article states that you dont have to be old to summit your self in to cosmetic surgery in other way you dont have to be old to be beautiful The title of the article suggest that perfection can only be obtained by fitting in the concept of beauty and if you are not perfect enough you can have a plastic surgery to become beautiful At the next page of the article a big Calvin Klein Kakis Pants announcement shows a tin blonde girl with blue eyes fancy figures and big lips that indirectly tells you how beauty should look like This kind of pressure goes on and on day to day Its everywhere on the radio TV internet billboards newspapers magazines friends etc Cosmetic pressure leads to the young impressible teen-agers to very serious problems such as anorexia and bulimia Its almost impossible to believe that a magazine with so much prestige like Newsweek promotes the plastic surgery on teen-agers The worst part of all is that nobody is trying to stop it People just accept publicity the way it is No one wants to realise that real beauty is on the inside and its relative you dont have to summit your self into cosmetic surgery to look like any Calvin Klein model Little by little society is becoming so blind that they are turning the world in a material environment in which the outside is more important than the inside Is really physical appearance is much more important
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