This documentary is quite interesting, but even more sad. Pressure on women or conform to a certain image is higher than ever. Teenage girls are not happy with their vaginas. One has to wonder what they have to base this on, or what they have to compare to? More often than not, the only comparison is what is shown in sexual media; magazines, porno, or what have you. That being said, there are now girls out there who measure-up not only their breast and waste size, but also their private parts next to those of porn-stars. This is just one of the disturbing thing you learn from this documentary. If the trend goes on, you can expect your daughter, sister, or even mother to maybe one day believe that her privates should meet the knife.
The perfect vagina from heather leach on Vimeo.
I recommend you watch it.
Let’s take a look at the top 3 cosmetics companies in the world, shall we?
Proctor & Gamble– recording $82.6 billion in sales, maker of brands such as ‘Cover Girl’ (because girls must be covered) and sticking to the enlightening principle of testing on animal eyelids, has Robert Mcdonald as CEO and President.
L’Oréal – making a couple billion less than the monstrosity above, and the biggest cosmetic specialist in the world – making all sorts of shit for women to change morph their entire identities with, from hair to skin, has Jean-Paul Agnon as… wait for it… CEO and President.
Unilever – a $16 billion corporation, is proud two have two patriarchs in charge of pushing their chemicals – Michael Treschow as Chairman and Paul Polman as CEO.
What does this tell us?