The Perfect Girl Doesn't Exist

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Let me tell you a tale of a girl Who climbed the tallest mountains Without a stop Not even a linger at the top Or a single glace at the fleeting world. She had a fear, a fear of sitting still; Why if she sat still She feared of finding the naïve 12-year-old girl Who once saw nothing but good in the world Not thinking to look over the mountain Beyond the skyline from her viewpoint at the top To see all the unhappiness, betrayal, and misery as she took a stop. Then all of a sudden her world stop...


Who Defines Beauty?

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European social norms have influenced what we perceive as beautiful because like everything else beauty standards are also Eurocentric-meaning they focus on European culture. The major reason this exists is because of the widespread colonialism by the Europeans during the 1800’s thrusting not only the standards of beauty but culture into different regions of the world.This is dangerous, not only because we have taken away the definition of beauty for these regions, but are also telling people, e...


Why Are Beauty Pageants a Thing?

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Imagine being a 9-year-old girl who is told she’s beautiful by her parents every single day. Her mom enters her into a competition, more specifically a beauty contest where the prettiest girl will win, not the ones that are smart, funny, or nice, but the one that’s the prettiest. Once she gets there she’s transformed into something that doesn’t even look remotely like her; she spends hours sitting in a chair being transformed into what “pretty” looks like. Her hair is hidden by long layers of h...


Why All Girls Need An Education

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"I want to travel the world.""Really, so do l."The prospect of meeting new people, eating new food, and exploring brought a smile to both of our faces, but while mine looked excited hers looked hopeful tinged with sadness. An air of mystery surrounded her whole figure, but her hypnotizing eyes were hooded with mysteriousness."What do you want to be?""A doctor," she spoke in her native language."Oh cool, what grade are you in?" I said in my broken Urdu."Come down Isha," my mom's voice streamed al...


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