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Women have been fighting the long lost battle to get a perfect figure for times immemorial. But, alas there is no such thing as perfection in this world. We simply are not happy with what we have so even if we get what we want at a particular time, our need would change after we get what we desired…
All people are different but generally speaking men and women are at odds about the perfect shape of a woman. Women are willing to go through various 'hardships' in order to lose weight and become skinny while men actually admit that they prefer curvier bodies. This is the dilemma that will be discussed in this article. 
The society plays an integral part in shaping up a persons belief and sense of right and wrong. Unfortunately it is this very society that breeds insecurities and self-consciousness just because a person is a little different from the rest. The society has created a 'need' for women to get skinnier to remain socially acceptable. The ideal body today is, after all, several sizes smaller than what nature intended for most women. Marcia Hutchinson, a psychologist, says "We live in a culture where it's normal for women to feel we should be thinner, prettier, firmer, and younger, so it's normal for us to have body-image problems".   
The portrayal of women in advertisements, dramas and movies are the real influence to the society's perceptions. ...
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