How has the human race gained this perspective about women? The media has created this stigma trying to convince people what women should look like or what they believe “true beauty” is. The media has created a society where magazines, advertisements, and television showcase women who to them are “picture …show more content…
Weight does not the define beauty.
Having the media create this stereotype of what women should look like is nothing new. This has been occurring for decades. The dictionary definition of beauty has yet to change.
To some, beauty means different things. Some may not use the word beauty to describe people but rather inanimate objects. For example, many have heard the phrase “Wow! Nice car.
She’s a beauty!” Now, this doesn’t literally mean the beauty as the way one would describe a person, but; rather, the quality of an object. This kind of phrase or description does not only apply to vehicles, but any object that appeals to someone. Social media also plays a part in the perspective of the definition of beauty. With social media apps such as
Snapchat, Instagram,, andTwitter people have created a photo-sharing society.
Women are especially into photo editing. There’s filters, teeth whitening, face slimming and any other kind of editing trick one can imagine to make their selfie look “picture perfect.” This creates a way for women especially, to hide their flaws. Flaws are nothing to hide as we all have them. Yet; again, another way to hide the true definition of