The Beauty IndustryWhen one thinks of the word "beauty", a particular image arises in the average person's head; a tall, slim woman with an easy-on-the-eyes-sort of face. This figure stands as a sort of idol, to which every woman must conform. But the concept of beauty is simply about politics. Our society is kept in a synchronic state of fear of the "enemy"—that being a healthy body image—and obedience of the "leader"—this ideal of "true beauty". We are kept in a constant mode of consumption as we try and buy into a truly unattainable example. And just as politicians use propaganda and scare-tactics to push their agendas, the beauty industry constantly pushes these images in our faces using the most powerful force of persuasion imaginable—the media. These things are so wired into our brains even from infancy that it is only by examining them in depth can we understand the true horror behind the machine that is the beauty industry.In George Orwell's 1984, the masses are taught to fear and hate the enemy
sans titreUne dernière danse ensembleNos pieds chauds qui bougentsur les pierres froides en dessousde ma robema robe qui flottecomme un oiseau qui voledix mille pieds en haut du terrePeut-on envoler là un dernier fois?Je pense que ouiavec la danse si belleon pourrait la faireMais maintenant l'océan m'appelleElle crit mon nom à haute voixet je dois la suivre, ma belleJe m'envais;une dernière séparation.