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Posted by shannon (U15502501) on Thursday, 15th November 2012
I strongly believe that this program is extremely pathetic! I would love to change my body due to the fact that i have a big big problem! Not something as pathetic as acne! What a waste of money and time this series is! I get bullied due to the fact that I am not normal like other woman I have a fat vulva and it gets me down every single day its not something that you can hide. BBC if your going to put alot of money into a TV series at least make it one that girls like me can relate to!!! Nag over sorry BBC fat vulvas just need to get out there!!!!!!
Posted by Jan-Ann (U14322193) on Friday, 16th November 2012
I saw the trailer for this and just the title made me think it's another prescription for anorexia for girls who think they should look like catwalkers, to made people think they are not right, to be discontented with the person they are, to reduce confidence in people who are a bit unsure.
There's no such thing as a 'normal' person. Average is the meeting point between extremes.
Posted by Tweeet (U15280056) on Wednesday, 28th November 2012
I watched this program and was shocked that they didn't show any surgery that went wrong just to balance it out.
Every year people have surgery that goes wrong and the NHS are left with putting it right so why didn't BBC 3 address this at all...they seemed to just be interested in showing the good stuff...life is not always like this.
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