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"Beauty is in the eye of the beholder". Classic. I watched the video of Ghanaian actresses on this website and realized they all had a few things in common: light skinned, slim framed and European hair. Who determines the ideal of female beauty in our society? Does that definition objectify women? When does beauty transcend the outward physical appearance of a person?Share
Very sad, but it seems like that's how far the society has come to be. So, what do you think could be done to save the future generation? If I may ask.
JackieO, you raise a very good point and to add to your comments i will recommend everyone to raead a book by Toni Morrison called 'the bluest eye' Very interesting take on beauty as far as black people are concerned.
sorry for the late reply. I believe it has to start from the foundation. Parents must instill into their kids to accept who they are,to be themselves and to say to them you are beautiful or handsome the way you are. basically self pride