“Feeling Pretty” is Fine, But it’s Not the Ultimate Goal

Overcompensation is still a form of emphasis.

And we need to stop disproportionately emphasizing physical appearance, regardless of whether we do it in a positive or negative manner.

We blame the media, corporate America, advertisers, mean girls, and men for crushing women under a relentless onslaught of images, ideas, and aspirations related…

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