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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Dream VS Reality I get liposuction! Liposuction is a surgical procedure that eliminates fat from places like the buttocks, thighs, calves, back, arms, and neck. 1.7 million peopleunderwent plastic surgery procedures such as these in 2012. I wear lots of makeup! Cosmetics are among the most popular ways of making women"beautiful." Mascara,lipstick, eyeliner, and moreare ways to cover upthe facial flaws. Societyteaches women thatto be beautiful, theymust cover up theirflaws and accentuatewhat IS perfect.Girls ages 13 to 17 spendmore than 100 milliondollars a month on beauty products. Women are always under pressure to look how the media expects them to. What are some of the procedures they are willing to undergo to look "beautiful?" I wear Spanx! Spanx are a lineof clothing thatcompress fat bulges, makingone seem like one has less fat than one does. 250 million dollars are spent a year on Spanx due to society's pressureon women to bestick thin. I'm on a diet! In media, women areoften pressured to be super skinny. So,the natural reactionto this standard isdieting. 47 percentof girls in 5th through 12th grade reportedwanting to lose weightbecause of magazine pictures. 69 percentof 5th through 12thgrade girls said thatmagazine picturesmade a differencein their idea of a perfect body shape. 35 percentof people on dietsprogress to abnormaldieting. Of those, 20-25 percent of thosedevelop eating disorders. Whensociety puts on the pressure, people--women in particular--are in danger. My shorts can't be too short, but they can'tbe too long, either. I have highlights in my hair to cover up the gray! Women who have gray in their hair are told that it isa symbol of oldage. Many womenget highlights in their hair to coverup gray. 47 percentof women requestto have their hairhighlightedat salons. 69percent of women admitted that they felt moreattractive aftercoloring their hair. The problem of how a woman can express herself through clothing is a big one. It isconstantly hinted atwomen that theirclothes are too "sexy"or not "sexy" enough.A Canadian studentwas told that shehad to change outof her shorts or face suspensionfrom school. Sheposted a paperaround her schoolthat said:DON'T HUMILIATEHER BECAUSE SHEIS WEARING SHORTS.IT'S HOT OUTSIDE.INSTEAD OF SHAMING GIRLS FOR THEIRBODIES, TEACHBOYS THAT GIRLSARE NOT SEXUALOBJECTS. I get my legs waxed! Women are often taught that havingleg hair, armpit hair,facial hair, and moreis disgusting.The average womanspends 10,000dollars in her lifetime on shaving-relatedproducts. 11percent of womenshave every day. Shaving takes a long time: an average of 10.9minutes, to beexact. And yet,society and themedia teach womenthat shaving is onemore step towardslooking beautiful. "ASAPS." News Releases. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Mar. <>.2015. "Hair Coloring / Dying Statistics." Statistic Brain RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Mar. <>. 2015. "Shaving Statistics." Statistic Brain RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Mar. 2015. <>. Warren, Rossalyn. "All The Items Of Clothing Women Have Been Told Not To Wear In 2014." BuzzFeed. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Mar. 2015. <>. "ANAD." Eating Disorders Statistics. ANAD, n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2015. <>. Avishai, Orit. "Do Powerful Women Need to Tame Their Unsightly Bulges? -" CNN. Cable News Network, n.d. Web. 16 Mar. 2015. <>. Andriotis, Annamaria. "10 Things the Beauty Industry Won't Tell You." MarketWatch. MarketWatch, Inc, n.d. Web. 16 Mar. 2015. <>.
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