Beauty | Documentary on Societal Beauty Standards

A documentary that examines at what is truly “beauty” in the society we live today. Made by Naliyah Martinez-Truso. Winner of Best 12th Grade Video in the BADA Spring Film Festival 2017.

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11 thoughts on “Beauty | Documentary on Societal Beauty Standards

  1. Hmm Korean girl, take that cow ring out of your nose, don't get lousy dye jobs, quit dressing like a boy, stop blaming white people and you'll look a whole lot more presentable. And there are tonnes of Korean actors so quit moaning how there's "no one who looks like me" in the entertainment industry.

  2. "Be Beautiful" Okay. Am I the only bitter ass woman saying I don't want myself or other individuals of my gender to be valued based on appearance in the first place? Men have countless male role models like Albert Einstein, presidents, Benjamin Franklin, Stephen Hawking, who are not physically attractive. But no one cares. They are held up as examples of the greatest men to aspire to be like. What do women have as the female equivalent of that? We have no one. No physically unattractive women are venerated in society the way men can take for granted. That's fucking bullshit.

  3. Just want to let everyone know that you are beautiful in your own way. We all have different skin tones, hair, eyes, bodies, etc. It would be boring if it wasn't that way. Just take care of your body and stay healthy. Be kind to others. Shine from the inside

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