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People who say society's image of beauty doesn't hurt women?

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January 19, 2020 / By Dora
Question: Are there articles written by people who support society's image of beauty? I've been searching, but I can't find anything. I must not be typing in the right search terms, or something... Does anyone have links to articles that support society's image of beauty? I'm writing an argumentative essay with the stance that society does hurt women with its image of beauty, but I need opposing arguments as well... Any links would be appreciated. ): Thanks in advance.
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Cass Cass | 8 days ago
Hello muffin :) I know Vogue Australia has a lot of articles with comments from high profile members of the fashion world who's opinions would help you. One of note would be "The model weight debate"- Vogue Australia Oct '10. Otherwise, go through Vogue, Cleo, Gothic Beauty and Dolly and be prepared to read disturbing reports from both sides of the arguement. Vogue, Cleo and Dolly would be the gems for "hurtful" and Gothic Beauty has interviews that indulge and encourage quite the opposite. xoxo
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Cass Originally Answered: Media and their image of beauty? POSITIVE effects on young women, and teenage girls?
you could actually consider it a positive effect that it destroys self confidence in women resulting in higher sales on beauty products or dietary medication thus supporting that nations economy afterall the beauty industry is a very large industry in the west.
Cass Originally Answered: Media and their image of beauty? POSITIVE effects on young women, and teenage girls?
Hmm, would it sell? People would buy it, sure. However, young women and teenagers involved in a hard life probably aren't going to be the ones doing the purchasing. Those kids have a hard enough time admitting to themselves their problems, and they certainly don't want to be going into a bookstore and letting a sales associate know it. Also, if life is that hard on them, do you think they'll have the funds for it? To really reach the audience you're hoping for, you should donate such books to schools and shelters. The folks who want everyone else to think they're suicidal (because some still think it's cool, I guess) will be more than willing to pay a high sticker cost that should allow for the donations. Either way, best of luck to you on the book! I really do hope it reaches the people it needs to. Bless you!!
Cass Originally Answered: Media and their image of beauty? POSITIVE effects on young women, and teenage girls?
It depends on what type of media they are consuming. Most teen magazines have inspirational stories directed at less than fortunate young women. That could be seen as positive. Are you in college? I suggest visiting the article databases provided by your school. You'll more than likely find something there.

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You should really watch some of the episodes of "The price of beauty", or something :) Other than that, no, I don't know about any articles worth mentioning.
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Anita Originally Answered: Why haven't women evolved so that birth doesn't hurt anymore?
The reason that this trait has survived is because babies still come out and don't die, regardless of the pain the mother has experienced. First off: evolution is not something the animal 'chooses', it is a development as a result of a bottleneck in time or natural selection (a lot of species died, so another strain 'wins' at the gene pool simply cause they survived). It's not like you petition/pray to nature for something you wish to happen like its some sort of Santa Claus or God....Nature is a cruel mother... It kills off what doesn't survive. So the logical answer is that for some reason or another, our species, which has horrendously long labor and difficult childbirth has lucked out... It does seem contradictory, but here's one way to look at it: Humans have way larger skulls proportional to their body, compared to other mammals, making for a much slower and painful delivery. We are also social animals that live in complex groups. Safer childbirth a social activity... Women don't conventionally give birth alone like other less social animals... We give birth with others presiding over the event to make sure everything works out the best it can. The people who have been able to adapt to this difficulty (large headed babies, painful/long birth) are those who have had a strong knit social group to assure the survival of the mother and the baby. The interdependent societies were probably more complex and gave way to more skills being developed and collaboration to make technologies and groups that would better 'wipe out', trump, and 'outlive' other less social hominids. These more social groups of our species probably survived better and 'won' at the gene pool because working together is more efficient in assuring the survival of babies (higher birth rate>more of us, less of the others who haven't acquired this skill of interdependence) Having a large brain made us devious animals who were better at seeing things in the optical field that most other animals can't see (eyes=part of the brain), and generally better at problem solving and screwing over the other animals to hunt (including other hominids). The brain size, the painful birth, the social birth in close knit communities all are factors that go hand in hand that made us outlive/destroy other, less social/populous hominids.
Anita Originally Answered: Why haven't women evolved so that birth doesn't hurt anymore?
The pressure from the baby squeezing through a tight space (which hurts the mother) serves a purpose for the baby. It was a few years ago that I read up on this but I recall that the pressure helps force the fluid out of the lungs. Besides, bones aren't meant to move easily. Just imagine all of the horrible things that could accidentally happen if the cervix just popped open from a little internal pressure. Plus it would hurt regardless.. anything that isn't stretched regularly would so the pain receptors in the tendons and muscles all around that area would still go crazy during birth.

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