It is only now she realises that she got favoured over the less “attractive” staff and got more pay rises than most people do. He didn’t even know my cousin, but flirted with her constantly because of her outside appearance. This eventually grew until she could take no more. Unfortunately she had to leave her job as a consequence. All because she was the victim of the “perfect body beautiful. ” He hadn’t known what her personality was like, he just seen a woman and abused that fact. This too is becoming a huge problem, not only is it the “ugly” people being targeted but also, the “beautiful” people.
So what is it better to be? There are problems on both sides of unwanted attention and heavy flirtation that can become overwhelming and a nuisance yet these women shouldn’t have to suffer because of their appearance. There is no escaping this type of prejudice. How could this be allowed to surface in the first place? Yet again it shows how shallow our society has become, when is it going to stop? Will it ever stop? Has it gone to far beyond repair? There’s no doubt about the influence of the media on women’s self-esteem and appearance.
On ITV they had a program “Make me Beautiful”, this is added pressure of women feeling so insecure about themselves that they are prepared to undergo plastic surgery to see themselves as beautiful. The program in itself is wrong as it is recognising that women have an issue with beauty, but is letting them change their bodies to justify this and make the social image of “the perfect body beautiful” become acceptable. This is also against Christian beliefs but because it isn’t recognised as such, it makes it hard to deem an act against God’s word. Nevertheless, women should not become reconciled to the media’s pressure.
They needn’t stick to the artificial images, but instead try to be beautiful in their own way. Women even tend to diet often which can lead to serious illnesses that include eating disorders, this is because of the media attention that is given to attractive women. People are fooled into thinking that if they can be a size six they will be beautiful, but often this isn’t the case, and when the result isn’t pleasing. Depression slides into play. It is an evil downward spiral of deceit that comes from the media pressure of celebrities. As most celebrities themselves support a range of diets and are “painfully thin.
” This can be seen my Lindsey Lohan, a well-known teen actress who has suffered from strain of the public eye and has became increasingly thin. Which is worrying, as she is a role model for teenage girls. Yet there are some magazines that acknowledge this, we open “The Sun” and go to “Bizarre” column and we see the latest gossip about who is too thin. Although this has been recognised, the media and society do nothing to follow through their findings. A woman’s beauty comes from the centre; it is where her heart lies, where her personality beams up her whole body, it can be her interests, or what makes her happy.
Or it can be just her simple loving thought. Women are cheated of their right to happiness. It isn’t fair but until the public address the seriousness of this situation, when eating disorders rise, when suicides from bullying rocket and when more and more women become depressed, it may make the world wake up. The government is solving the waste problem; it is solving the peace problem, even the health problem with the recent non-smoking ban. But when will the time come to solve the body image problem that plagues our streets and will become one of the world’s top killers, which has been proved by Anorexia Wastes Life Association.
The time to act is now, but is it too little too late when the statistics show death? Two weeks later the woman in this picture aged 22, died of Anorexia. All because she too wanted the “Perfect Body Beautiful”. i i Stefanie Jameson ?? ?? ?? ?? Show preview only The above preview is unformatted text This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our GCSE Miscellaneous section.