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I totally agree with Bordo on this. Everywhere you look, bulletin boards, magazine articles, TV ads, they’re all full of extremely distorted images. I most commonly see these false images when skimming through old magazines, either at the doctors office or any sort of waiting room. What’s really messed up is that so many of these images are digitally inhanced and few of the readers seem to notice. So when a teenager skims through these magazines and sees the beautiful woman on the front cover and starts to feeel bad about her own body image it’s with false pretense. No one is perfect, and a lot of these false images can distort the idea of what “beauty” is.


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