Here at MindBodyGreen, we're don't believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to health. We're fans of choosing what works for you: emotionally, spiritually, and physically.
But a post on Gawker makes us wonder if, as a society, we've all gone too far with plastic surgery. It examines the contestants in a beauty pageant in South Korea, which is considered the plastic surgery capital of the world. (The piece is one of the best we've read on body image in a while, and definitely worth a read.)
It points out that they all look surprisingly similar, presumably due to cosmetic surgeries.
It also begs a bigger, broader question: do we have a right to debate the choices other women make about their bodies?
What do you think?