Pretty Girl Research Paper

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1 “Don’t be dramatic, it’s just some plastic, no one will love you if you’re unattractive” by Melanie Martinez. Have you ever felt like you weren’t pretty enough, just because society has a different definition of pretty? Society today sets high standards of body image, facial features, and talents. Society’s high standards have various negative effects on us, especially if we’re girls. Setting these standards has caused an enormous number of girls all around the world to despise their flaws; therefore, have a very low self-esteem which leads to portentous physical and mental disorders and illnesses. 2 Although women are the most powerful beings on earth, girls who have a low self-esteem are very fragile. The things you see on social…show more content…
Our thoughts arise from the pressure that is being put on us; We become uncomfortable in our own skin and make life-changing decisions to undergo plastic surgery. When I was just fourteen years old, I decided to get a nose job. I hated my big nose and I wanted it to be smaller. We can be so blinded by our self-hate, it makes us unafraid to take such a huge step. It is truly sad that the opinions of irrelevant others can cause someone so young so much sadness. At last, after you vulnerable girls have gone through with the process and are happy with the results, you take note of every little flaw you see, and from your experience believe that you have the opportunity to do more. After all you go through, you may sit and ask yourself, what now? Girls who undergo plastic surgery at such a young age tend to develop an unstable self-esteem and go from being very confident to very…show more content…
I don’t think anyone is completely flawless, and there is certainly no definition of a perfect face or body. We perceive society as a God that will to gather our souls and judge us based on what we look like. Newsflash: we make the rules. In addition, we need to learn to appreciate the diversity that walks this earth. We are all different, our diversity is what makes us beautiful and special in our own way. As long as we understand that society doesn’t make the rules, we’ll be much easier on ourselves and stop loathing how we look and who we are and accept that we aren’t ridiculously beautiful and are all “perfectly
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