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Everyone deserves to feel pretty
This is sad, but when you throw yourself out there to be judged physically, which is what modeling is, you’d be dumb to assume everyone hiding behind their keyboard is gonna say something nice. This whole video is another example of pointing out an un-fixable problem in society, and the solution needs to stop being “everyone is beautiful”, because “everyone is beautiful” is ALWAYS going to be linked to physical attractiveness in the eyes of the media/advertisers/marketers and never the inner-beauty of a person. The problem with promoting inner beauty is you have to know somebody to know their inner-beauty, and when you’re modelling yourself to the world, no one can see your inner beauty, so you’re judged strictly based on physical attractiveness, and society is going to have to accept it. It’s harsh reality, but not everyone is physically attractive, generally speaking, and that’s okay. The key is to find someone who makes you feel beautiful. You may not be qualified to be a model in comparison to other models, and you may not be as pretty as the next girl, but you’re beautiful to someone, so just accept that as your fate and stop campaigning to change the public perception of beauty because you wont.
At first I wanted to downvote, but then I read this again. I realized this is true. It’s painfully true.
What I get from this video is, “you do you. You’ll never make everyone love you. So decide who matters and who doesn’t.”
It’s also supposed to point out the problem with idiots behind the screen on social media. But you’re right, some of this stuff will never change. And there’s nothing we can do.
What I got from this video is this chick has a youtube channel on covering up acne with makeup. It’s successful because many people can relate to her acne issue and need her expertise in cover up advice. While it takes a lot of guts to put your acne-covered face out there for millions to see, this is what she does for a living, and youtube is one nasty place to make your money. She needs to disable her comment section immediately. She’s not a model by profession, she’s just trying to help people with similar issues, she doesn’t need to hear the bullshit. I give her credit though, creating a viral video like this is gonna get her a nice paycheck, so while she hates how social media makes her feel shitty about herself, it’s technically the hand that feeds.
This is so important
I am part of Delta Phi Epsilon so this video really spoke out to me towards one of our Philanthropy ANAD even though it wasn’t about anorexia nervosa and associated disorders we always talk about how you are ALWAYS beautiful no matter what!!!!
I’m right there with you on that! Everyone should feel beautiful and love the skin there in.