Dear Professor and Classmates,
Media does play a part in negative and unrealistic body images by what all the media says about the way others look. In reality, these people, most of them don't work out and have developed eating disorders. They do it to themselves but don't like the criticism so they turn to plastic surgery to fix the flaws. Not taking care of ourselves and using plastic surgery to fix the issues can cause more damage. People on TV or in movies can have the producer edit the way their body images look as well. They can make them smaller, bigger hips and butt, teeth whiter and different and make their facial features different and so forth. A lot of the children these days have become obese and that is going to cause body images negatively in the future. So, yes the media does play a part in the unrealistic and negativity in body images. The people that are affected normally pay large amounts of money to fix their bodies or whatever they need and plastic surgery is number one on the list.
Media does cause individuals to develop negative unrealistic body image. We see movies, pictures online, read magazine and other periodical, and seeing ads for cloths. In all these forms of media we see very skinny women. Any fashion