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I try to steer clear of articles about the Kardasian's /Jenner's - they seem to want to be a walking example of "Fredrick's of Hollywood" Sex Provocative Attire.
Then there are these incessant promotion scripts played off as if its a news story talking about what "outfit" or "caricature like costume" some celebrity wore, this is often followed up with a tag line, claiming someone is "hot" based on some costume, or the results of a make-up session's imagery.

Its gotten people hung up so deep on vanity, and the delusion that sexual provocativeness is the basis of making a relationship. All wrapped in promoting some "over priced" garment.

There is nothing spectacular about people overly paid for hype, being given costume garments to promote, or spending money on over priced garments, which ties right back into a form of "advertising promotions".

The sad thing is, people rush out and buy this stuff, and wonder why they are not instantly transformed into a "celebrity figure'

Sadly, this kid of stuff saturates the Internet!!! It's like a society has become "manipulated in mind" by these 'exaggerated" imagery figures. and the Kardasian's seem to do not much more than "flash skin" in some overt abuse of human erotica. They seem to rely on those drive by some type of "lust", be it of the body parts, or lustful obsession over wearing clothes in the most lewdest manner.

Seems quality of character is not something that's referenced, and integrity is not something considered in the excessive promotion of articles and ad's.

It's quite interesting in society, how much women are duped to spend money on shoes that are "uncomfortable", and often times is some material glued to a plastic raised heel structure. Not suitable for cold weather, not suitable for rainy weather, and not comfortable to walk any distance. Yes, I do get the fashion aspect of it. I also get the element of promoting sex appeal, by changing the gait and strut of how a woman walks when she is wearing it. The trip part is, once its taken off, then how she naturally walks is the natural element of her.

We wonder why people are desperate for relationship when they see people in the costumed outfits from head to toe, and once they deal with the person on a daily basis as just everyday living... they seem to have a more faded and jaded view of each other when the costuming element is not the basis of their everyday, home life attire.

Suddenly, there is the real character of the person, and people sadly find out they don't like much of what they see and what is... and these relationships fade away like a later summer flower. (By late July, most perennial gardens are past their prime and look pretty dull for the rest of the season.)
This is why "Character and Integrity" is so important, it does not require a fancy costume to be what it is, it can only be enhanced in appearance by such, but it remains being what it is, which is Character and Integrity".

When ever anyone see's a long lasting relationship... they also can easily identify the "character" and "integrity" of the two people involved in the enduring relationship, it stand out far more and is much more of a glow than just a seasonal garment of faddish attire.

When people start looking for mates based upon a "media Character's" image and conduct, such one is likely to find themselves, hurting themselves, disenchanted and caught in a circle of chasing an illusion.

We now have people dying, trying to re-create some hype of celebrity imagery, from people getting injections into their "butts", "lips", and an assortment of various implants and plastic surgery.

One has to ask... why is it called "plastic" surgery.

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This post is about a variety of thoughts upon observations of what is promoted in media depictions and promotional advertisement, and how it has such an influence upon and within society. and my thought on how it has taken so much focus from the "perspective of reality character of people as individuals"....

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