Media II

March 2, 2014
By Tanner Abel, Rome, New York
Tanner Abel, Rome, New York
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This is an image that all races can identify with. We as humans strive to be the best versions of ourselves, particularly in terms of vanity. We prick, pull, bleach, cover and modify everything that may be percieved as a flaw. This woman is now consumed by the media, struggling to fit the mold of what she believes is beautiful. With faultless yet tight skin, she has undergone several cosmetic procedures and is now getting more collagen injected into her already plump, bee-stung lips. Unhealthy obsession to beauty is inevitably common in our world, and this image is the embodiment of that.


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