In poetic style, this young lady articulates what many women have been experiencing over the years. As you grow up, you learn from your mother, you follow her lead. Many personality and character traits unknowingly become part of your personality. One major character flaw that women have is personal appearance. The way you are supposed to look, how you are supposed to eat, and what you are supposed to eat. To what or whom can we attribute this to? Now, a lot of this has to be credited to where you come from, and how you were brought up. The culture in which you grew up in has different societal pressures on your body. Over the past several decades, the slender woman has prevailed over the average size woman. The hard work that a woman goes through on a daily basis isn’t proof enough of their worth. Whether it be a 9 to 5 job, or the very admiring housewife, that isn’t good enough anymore. At least for many men. The societal pressure that surrounds men and women nowadays pushes women to want to become more like the women in magazines so their husbands don’t lust over them. What you eat marks your worth over what you do or who you are. Women need to realize that this is not the way to be heard. If you want more value in society and in your homes, you need to take a stance, not only for yourself, but for the children that surround you at the table everyday. You are teaching your daughters what they shouldn’t be, and your teaching your sons what they should be looking for in a woman. It starts with women everywhere, everyday.