The pressure to look our best is at an all time high and we can squarely blame it on social media. The days of magazines and movies making us feel inferior feels so quaint now. With filters and blow by blow larger then life Insta stories and feeds and everyone looks like a model on YouTube, well OK not really but the pressure can be intense. And celebs are not immune to this pressure either. There has been a lot of talk and buzz on the internet about Khloe Kardashian with many speculating on what kind of plastic surgery she may or may not have had. You kind of have to feel bad for her to a degree with the level of scrutiny she receives. Personally I thought she looked find the way she was but that was I felt, not what she felt.
Personally I do not have a problem with anyone getting plastic surgery I don’t judge.
People go under the knife for a multitude of reasons. Lets be real here, for most part the more attractive you the higher the likelihood that you will get more breaks in life. There is no guarantee of course but you are treated better. Could be a leftover survival instinct from our cave man past but there you have it. Personally I do not have a problem with anyone getting plastic surgery I don’t judge. To me it is no one else’s business people can do with their bodies whatever they like. However, I do feel that some people do it for the wrong reasons, or they get addicted to having more and more done.
We have all seen the horror stories of people who looked just fine and ruined their looks with bad cosmetic surgery. It is amazing these doctors are practicing. But. there are also many more success stories where someone gets one or two things done, it improves their appearance or least in their eyes, and they stop and do not have additional procedures. One influencer I follow on YouTube had a couple of things done and she looks very different, but natural, she does not look like she has had plastic surgery. She is very successful on YouTube and has admitted she is living her dream life (lots of hard work and talent too). How can one really judge that? I mean kudos to her.
But if you treated better in society and it can help you get where you want to go, on some level I do not see a huge difference.
If someone was born blind, or deaf or unable to walk, and there was a surgical procedure to change this, without batting an eye we would recommend having it done. Of course seeing, hearing and walking are not on the same level as ones looks. But if you treated better in society and it can help you get where you want to go, on some level I do not see a huge difference. What say you? Do think people should love what God gave them? Do you judge people who have had plastic surgery? And would you ever consider getting plastic surgery?