Rejecting Eyelid Surgery
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Happy to see that you are embracing the your natural looks. You seemoverly emotional on this topic. Why is your focus directed so heavilytowards one nationality (Koreans)? It is a well-known fact thatplastic surgery is a world wide "epidemic". There are many manyChinese, Japanese, Taiwanese and other Asian cultures suffering fromeurocentric beauty ideals. What about all the sex changes in Thailand?This sounds more like a personal bitter tirade than a factual report. If you want to appear less caustic & ignorant, you may want to trybeing honest. If you want to focus on eyelid surgery only or Asian"gender tweaking" in general, than be factually accurate so that themessage is not lost. Korea is not the only country that issuffering. What about all the plastic surgery clinics in SoutheastAsia(the philippines, thailand, etc)? People are flocking there forthe greatest deals and hospital care packages. More than three of myChinese American friends got breast implants & liposuction this year. More that three of my Korean & Japanese American friends got eyelidsurgery. More than two of my Caucasian friends received nose surgery.There are many more examples I can list. What about other racesengaging in the same type of practices? Look at all the Americancelebrities as well.Isn't it a widely known fact that every racehas their own particular brand of appearance perfecting/europeanizing? With African Americans- hair manipulation & nosesurgery (ie. Tyra Banks, Halle Berry), Asian Americans- eyelids & nosesurgery, Arab & Arab Americans-nose surgery, Americans in general-nosesurgery (angelina jolie, jennifer aniston, scarlett johansen, katehudson, cameron diaz.......endless list), breast augmentation (toolong of a list), botox & liposuction. And what about South Americancountries famed for their body sculpting techniques? How crazy is itthat a Brazilian beauty queen several years back documented over FORTYplastic procedures including Hip bone implants?!Please,you are not helping anyone better their lives or understanding byspreading biased & prejudice views. On a personal note,to be clear, I too am personally very turned off by extreme plasticsurgeries, as I have seen too many women address their pain orproblems this way. I've also had too many Asian friends that worsenedtheir emotional issues afterwards as they thought surgery would makethem happier or more attractive or more powerful.I do agree thatit is a personal choice. However, it is quite evident that yourending statement was more a perfunctory disclaimer, tainted by obviousinsincerity.We do not need more hating in this world. Itwould be pleasing, however, to see an amendment to this video foraccuracy as I do agree that plastic surgery is becoming a disturbingsolution to deep-rooted insecurities that seem too only get magnifiedpost procedures (according to revelations from friends). I alsocommend you for being proud of your natural features. Continue on inhealthy, happy confidence.
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