Critical Response to "The Ugly Truth About Beauty" by Dave Barry
The main idea of Dave Barry's essay is the media puts too much emphasis on beauty. Women are lead to believe that they need to look like something that is not physically impossible, because we're not all born to be super models. I agree with the points Barry is trying to get across.
I remember grew up playing with my Barbie doll and it being made physically out of proportion. It distorted my self image on how my body should be. I agree with Barry's claim, " [most] women grow up thinking they need to look like Barbie, which for most women is impossible, although there is multimillion-dollar beauty industry devoted to convincing women that they must try" (369). The emphasis on beautiful skin by the media pushes women to spend lots of time and money on beauty products and improvement.…
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