INNER BEAUTY: SPEECH.
Ah, to be a Disney Girl! To possess beauty so divine that can melt the hearts of charming princes and gruff miners alike. To be able to tame temperamental beasts, attract timid forest creatures with your melodious voice and to know that, in the end-despite the fact that your wicked stepmother mistreats you and an evil queen is seeking you heart, someday your prince will come. What about this image of the ideal woman that has been presented to the world through the eyes of Disney? Is it mere animation, or does it ill prepares females for life so that every one of them, somewhere in the recesses of her heart, is really clinging to the hope that relief will show up one day on a white horse or with a magic wand? Good morning to my fellow classmates. Today I’ll be giving a speech on inner beauty. Outer beauty is thought to be something that you are born with. It is either there or it isn’t. Those attractive features that make people notice you in a crowd. A face, a figure, outer beauty is basically about flesh and bone. How good we look. The important question is what it is going to take for us to accept ourselves ‘our knobby kneed, buck-toothed, pear-shaped, big-footed, squinty-eyed, frizzy-haired, imperfect, genuine selves? Daily bombardment of the media's unrealistic image ideals makes it hard to focus on one's less-than-perfect qualities, but with a little confidence, we can vastly improve the way the world looks at so-called 'average people'. Erase the words 'fat', 'skinny', 'pimply', 'ugly', and anything else of a self-degrading nature from your vocabulary and realize that you are so much more than a made-up face. Value yourself for who you truly are, be confident in yourself and take pride in the fact that you are a perfectly imperfect person, beautiful and real just as you are. Beauty is looking deep into your soul and knowing who you are inside. It can be your personality, your good heart or the way you treat others that make you so...
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