Cosmetic surgery on teenagers 1. In text 1 Valerie Ulene presents a somewhat subjective view of how a society should react to teens, which are undergoing a plastic surgery. Valerie Ulene has the opinion, that it’s the Media, who have failed. “They’re constantly bombarded with images of beautiful men and women who are held up as the norm” as Valerie Ulene state. Valerie isn’t against plastic surgery in any way, but she doesn’t think that adolescents have the ability to choose if they should have a plastic surgery.
Header is ½ inch from the top Joan River’s Cure 1 Matthias Eichmann ENG 101 P.M. Gabler, Instructor October 20, 2009 Joan Rivers’ Cure: Will Plastic Surgery Make You Happier? John Cloud (2009)develop a title from your thesis/do not use the title of the article In her new book titled Men Are Stupid…….. And They Like Big Boobs,no quotation marks Joan Rivers writes about the medical details, cost and complications of cosmetic surgery and procedures, nearly all of which she has undergone herself. She also promoted in the New York Timesitalics and on NPR her view that women should have as many cosmetic procedures as they can afford. Rivers believes,“Looking good equals feeling good”(as cited in Cloud, 2009). However, plastic surgery can be a good thing for people who really have a medical reason to undergo those procedures.
Timothy McQuillar Eng 095 Professor Zweig In the passage “Is Cosmestic Surgery Worth The Risk?” the author Rebbeca Ganzak shares with us about teenagers who use plastic surgery to feel self conscious themselves. Why is it becoming such a trend that teenagers use? Gonzak, explains how our youth both boys and girls under 18 dislike their bodies. 3,500 girls under the age of 18 received breast implants. Are celebrities promoting plastic surgery unknowingly?
My theory also is that eventually people will start bidding on artificial organs and the richer people will have say over a family that doesn't have a lot of money. If doctors wanted to replace original organs with artificial ones, it would take a lot of perfecting and obligating a clean bill of health for the patient. Who, if anyone, should be a prime candidate for these types of artificial/synthetic replacements? Do you feel that anyone should have access to them? Even a life-long smoker or alcoholic who knowingly subjected themselves to harmful substances?
The advancements in technology have brought about contemptuous lust for manifested, apparently beautifying plastic surgery procedures. The unattainable image that the media is projecting has persuaded this era’s youth and elder generations to change their bodily appearance to what they deem acceptable. However, most individuals do not take into consideration the harmful effect’s these body-altering surgeries produce. Extensive research has been conducted to reveal the consequences that result from undergoing plastic surgery. I shall attempt to shed some light on this topic pertaining to its increase due to the media.
Why Should Plastic Surgery Should Be Banned For Teenagers? Teenager should only have plastic surgery if they have deformity, scars from accidents, and burns from an injury, not to look like a new different person. As a teenager you are still growing so if you do not like a body part today. It is going to change in years. Plastic surgery should be banned for teenagers if it's purely cosmetic.
There are many problems and complications for tattoos for minors and young adults. The health concern should be the main focus. Blood borne diseases such as Hepatitis B and C, HIV, and Tetanus could be transferred if tattooing is not done properly by professional in a professional environment. Allergic reaction, skin infection, and nerve loss are some other less dangerous concerns. These medical issues occur because no one really knows what they are injecting into their skin; instead, they just worry about what shape of tattoo to get.
Practicing abstinence may be the most utterly method for minimizing this rate, but it’s an irrational method. It would not educate them on the life changing risks correlated with sexual intercourse. Providing a clear and precise curriculum in sex education focussed on career goals, sexually transmitted diseases, healthy relationships, the results of being a young parent, and facts on contraceptives would be most beneficial. Educating minors on how sexual activity at a young age can drastically change their lives would greatly impact the reduction of teen pregnancy. Teen pregnancy proceeds as a major issue with more than half of all teenagers in the United States stating that they had participated in sexual intercourse at least one point before high school ended.
First of all, the opponents think that nature is the most beautiful; secondly, having plastic surgery is risking greatly on safety, and there are many unpredictable hurtful consequences on body; moreover, opponents are supporting that those people who have had plastic surgery is cheating and using the “fake” face to “steal” other people’s attention; in addition, better life, such as good jobs and well-pay salary, is not caused by better appearance but the ability. On the contrary, I positively hold optimistic opinion, and I support people to have plastic surgery. Objecting having plastic surgery, opponents always advocate that natural things are the most beautiful. However, I can hardly accept those opinions of opponents. When Thomas Jefferson wrote in the Declaration of Independence that " all men are created equal", it meant that people should have the equal rights to pursue what they want.