Added: Nesha Hofmann - Date: 21.10.2021 07:20 - Views: 13076 - Clicks: 3520
Amanda Pollard September 17, According to a study conducted by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, only five percent of college women who were surveyed admitted to having plastic surgery. However, an article published on StateUniversity. More than half of the women surveyed also said they would be too embarrassed to tell anyone about their procedure. Some students on campus feel that regardless of the women representing us in the media, Sac State women are still able to determine the way they are viewed.
Senior environmental studies major Regina Wolins feels that a few women presenting themselves in a sexual manner should not skew the perception of the mass. In fact in the survey of college women conducted by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the most common procedures received were minor ones like chemical and facial peels. In addition 28 percent of people disapproved of surgically changing their appearance to feel better about themselves. Grady also hopes that women on campus would look instead to graduates such as news anchor Christina Mendoza, who often visits the school and participates in charity work.
Grady remembers an urban myth from her youth that women of prestigious collegiate institutions were unattractive. Grady goes on to recognize the old school of belief that all intelligent women are ugly. This belief has been highly disproved by college graduates around the world that have excelled in fields such as politics, medicine and communications.
Those choices, like so many we as women make, are personal. Instead of seeing it as pressure to conform to the current standard, not only the women of Sac State, but all women who feel they are misrepresented, should strive to create a higher standard.
If we can become just as, or maybe even more, successful than those who came before us, we can change the way the outside community views us. Amanda Pollard can be reached at [ protected]. With the Sept. Mask requirements, vaccine certifications, the anti-racism campus plan and more: Sacramento State President Robert Nelsen shared plans for the semester in his fall address Wednesday.
Sacramento County chief deputy named Sac State police chief. Sac State campus police officer seen kneeling on a man in video.
Black Sac State community, therapist discuss psychological impacts of police brutality. Sac State students react to CARmencement.
Will students need masks in the fall? RSS Feed. Submit Search. The State Hornet.
Search this site Submit Search. News Sacramento State women, not just hot? Jump to Comments. Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share via. Amanda Pollard, Author.
Comments are closed. Navigate Left. Navigate Right. Close Modal Window.Hot Sacramento women
email: [email protected] - phone:(641) 912-4351 x 3778
The Expert’s Guide to Meeting Cougars in Sacramento in - Where To Go And How To Date Them