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“Beauty Standard" is a word that many people are familiar with and even have heard or have said it many times, but does the beauty actually need to follow the beauty standard set by the society? Silvy shares the story of herself, from a kid that dreamed to be a singer to a woman who eventually grew up as a singer. She almost had to decide not to pursue her dream of being a singer because society judges her according to the beauty standard. How does she overcome the judgment and proudly to be herself as an XL girl? Silvy tells the story through talk Beauty (has no) Standard.
Pavida Morrigi, the girl who was born with confidence of her beauty, encountered the effect of beauty standards ever since she got into the entertainment industry through a singing competition show. As her contract ended, the new chapter of her life began. She realized that happiness and self-confidence are what she really needed. Then she threw out her old version and continued believing that even though beauty standards do exist, it was unnecessary to fit into any beauty standard despite receiving some criticism.. There is no need to wait for an acceptance from others for her to be herself. After that, she is continuing to be herself on her social media. Until this day she is not only boosting her self-esteem but also encourages other people through her social media channel and songs. Her actions create some space for supporting others to be more proud of themselves and be confident with their own way of beauty. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at ted.com/tedx
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