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Ukjent (forfatter), Ellen Atlanta (forfatter)

Pixel Flesh ebok

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'A brilliant clarion call for better' GINA MARTIN 'A must read' ROXIE NAFOUSI 'An essential mirror reflecting the profound impact of beauty culture on our lives' CHLOÉ COOPER JONES A generation defining exposé of toxic beauty culture and the realities of coming of age online We are living in a new age of beauty. With advancements in cosmetic surgery, augmented reality face filters, photo editing apps, and exposure to more images than ever, we have the ability to craft a version of ourselves…

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Undertittel How Toxic Beauty Culture Harms Women
Forfattere Ukjent (forfatter), Ellen Atlanta (forfatter)
Forlag Headline
Utgitt 9 mai 2024
Sjanger Dokumentar og fakta, Kunst og kultur, Politikk og samfunn
Språk English
Format epub
DRM-beskyttelse LCP
ISBN 9781472298782
'A brilliant clarion call for better' GINA MARTIN 'A must read' ROXIE NAFOUSI 'An essential mirror reflecting the profound impact of beauty culture on our lives' CHLOÉ COOPER JONES A generation defining exposé of toxic beauty culture and the realities of coming of age online We are living in a new age of beauty. With advancements in cosmetic surgery, augmented reality face filters, photo editing apps, and exposure to more images than ever, we have the ability to craft a version of ourselves that we want everyone to see. We pinch, pull, squeeze, tweeze, smooth and slice ourselves beyond recognition. But is our beauty culture truly empowering? Are we really in control? In Pixel Flesh, Ellen Atlanta holds a mirror up to our modern beauty ideal and the harm it is doing to women all around the world. Weaving in her own personal story with those of other women, she reconfigures our obsession with the cult of beauty and explores the realities of living in a digitally obsessed world where the pressure to present yourself both virtually and in person is all-consuming. Providing an eye-opening account of the realities young women face under a dominant industry, Pixel Flesh unmasks the absurdities of the dystopia we find ourselves living in. Both a rallying cry and a refusal to suffer in silence, this is the defining book on what it feels like to exist as a woman today.