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The world of technology has made everything so accessible. There are endless avenues to opportunity and industries that were once exclusive are now wide open. The overnight success of many entertainers and addictive reality shows have spawned a generation of faux-lebrities and pseudo-stars. Women are not measured by their talent but butt and bosom. Music videos have set the expectation for women to look like the props they call “models.” So we have young women walking around wearing outrageous fake eyelashes, Pocahontas weaves and ridiculously fitted mini-dresses after regular visits to Wal-Mart and Dairy Queen.
Women like to feel desired. When women look in the mirror, they love feeling Hot. Yes, men drool over the women in music videos. But, in the end, how many rings do you see on the fingers of overdone Black Barbies? Sexiness is not defined by wearing things that are ultra-revealing and tight. If you or a friend is suffering from a case of VGS, I suggest taking a few minutes in the mirror to talk with yourself – and heeding to the following: