Leanne Surfleet Once upon a time, not so long ago, beauty was the greatest accomplishment — the only accomplishment! Their survival was dependent on being passed from their fathers to their husbands for income, for shelter, for life. And so there is a tension, and a disconnect, for the great truth we are subsequently neglecting. So long as we cultivate how we appear, how consumable we are, how admired, how loved, we remain existing, focused and present… only on the surface. Beauty is very real, and it has little to do with how our molecules configure. There is a fascinating, calming, consuming rawness, an unmistakable humanness to someone connected with their genuine self.
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Dr McCann says when celebrity product endorsements kicked off in the s, ashen, Hollywood stars were used to advertise products around the world, rather than local women or local celebrities. She says these influences undermine the belief of a purely scientific explanation designed for what humans find beautiful. She says as a woman of colour, she doesn't have the privilege of all the time having your version of you body reaffirmed back to you. Santilla Chingaipe says we should challenge the advantage narratives that the media bombards us with. Getty Images: Richard Levine But you don't see yourself on the TV, in an ad at the bus shelter or on the pages of a magazine you flick all the way through, it becomes clear that yours isn't the kind of beauty being distinguished, she says. I don't know which one's worse. And while she says issues around beauty are often dismissed as frivolous, they are anything although.
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