The title of this documentary tries to sell you the film like something other than what it really is: a 50 minutes motivational episode
Beyond the fascinating that may be this issue, the presenter shows a highly biased and closed-approach, at times even somewhat alarmist and ethnocentric. If a cosmetic operation disturbs her, then what would she think about some things done for centuries by hundreds of African, pacific islands and native American cultures to look more attractive to their peers? Without going too far in the Americas circumcision is still practiced in most newborn males. Each culture has its own eccentricities, and as a human race this is not the first time we maim ourselves in pursuit of beauty or the simple of normalcy, to stop being-identified and judged. Or to honor certain cultural contracts. Or for mere whim.
Laissez faire et laissez passer, le monde va de lui même.
Even with all the documentary can bring you some views of the execution of such operations and the diversity of the female genital organs.
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