One of the lesser things really - it's not surgical - but I do find what's going on with eyebrows to be quite unsettling.
trigger warning: disgusting images of people who have willingly tortured their own face skeletonyou should have put put a warning before that link
Sorry, I didn't actually scroll all the way through the article and didn't realise there was anything more than the first couple of pics. The ones at the bottom are pretty gnarly.you should have put put a warning before that link
Attraction signals genetic fitness for optimal offspring: special effects are dysgenicI sometimes wonder whether cosmetic surgery counts as some sort of deception. You look at Putin now and that's not his 'real' face, but it is his face.
It hinges on whether you view this stuff as a mask or self-realisation, I suppose. Are you disguising your "true" face or bringing it out? That or is it just a case of changing things you don't like and neither position really entering into it? I had braces as a kid and I don't feel I'm being dishonest by having straighter teeth.
Is this "biological reductionism"? I feel like there's another word for this kind of thingAttraction signals genetic fitness for optimal offspring: special effects are dysgenic
It's REAL TALKIs this "biological reductionism"? I feel like there's another word for this kind of thing
i've remembered the word now, it's called an aphorismIt's REAL TALK
it's very romantic whatever it isIs this "biological reductionism"? I feel like there's another word for this kind of thing
They said romance was dead but it's only been surgically removedit's very romantic whatever it is
I don't have a specific point to make about it at present, but it's becoming increasingly common and exerts huge influence due to its prevalence among celebrities and the allure of being able to alter things you don't like about yourself.
The other day I read an article about a bloke who paid 75k to have someone break his legs, insert expanding titanium rods into the bone and add a couple of inches to his height...
He Was 5'7". After Surgery, He’ll Be 5'10".Originally designed to correct mismatched length in legs, limb-lengthening surgery has become more popular for men looking to permanently increase their height.www.buzzfeednews.com