Bigger boobs, different color eyes… We women want what we don’t have.
I read a statistic a couple years ago that said a whopping 92 percent of women were unhappy with their bodies. Although the media, by pushing unattainable images of beauty, bear some blame for women’s poor body image, we as consumers are ultimately responsible for well, what we consume.
We choose the magazines we read, the TV shows we watch, the attitudes and opinions we allow friends to make about others without calling them out, and the beliefs we inherited and have not challenged.
What I liked about this episode of Ladylike, is that not all these Buzzfeed women after trying out their ideal body part for a day, wanted to keep them.
It gives me hope that when it comes down to it and after satisfying our curiosity, we really like who we are. The world is changing. We’re becoming more aware that how we think about ourselves affects our confidence and motivation. How we think about ourselves starts with how we look.