Our societal evolution has led us to question and reject past norms and customs, but when it comes to the present, we often tend to cling onto unrealistic beauty standards with unwavering determination. The result of these oppressive standards is the physical vulnerability of women, who are expected to conform to a narrow definition of beauty. The unrealistic expectations of having fair skin, specific height, body shape, size, and body hair, among other factors, are not only physically exhausting but also lead to the suppression of individual qualities and personal identity.
The pursuit of beauty has become a never-ending cycle of pain, self-doubt, and unhealthy practices, making it imperative for us to challenge these oppressive norms and embrace our unique qualities. By doing so, we can break free from the chains of external validation and reclaim our identity.