A few years ago Lisa Kudrow did an interview with the Saturday Evening Post in which the reporter asked about her nose job.
Said among friends, this statement might have been unremarkable; it's how many of us talk to our inner circle about going under the knife. But when said in public, this casual acceptance of plastic surgery is radical, a potent undermining of every single one of our tired narratives about it.
Lisa Kudrow is not a tragic victim of unfair beauty standards. Lisa Kudrow is not a beauty-obsessed woman on a one-way path to looking like a "real housewife." Lisa Kudrow is not someone who believes her self-worth depends entirely on the way she looks. Instead, she's just a woman who got a nose job years ago and feels as if it made her life a little better. Sometimes it's really just that simple.I know because I too had plastic surgery. When I tell people I had a breast reduction they often tell me that it doesn't really count. "It's not really plastic surgery. It's for health reasons, right?" Or, "It's basically like the opposite of plastic surgery. You were trying to look less sexy!" Sometimes I agree with them. Not because they are right, but because it's not worth it. They've already decided that I have not committed the unforgivable sin of surgically altering my body for purely aesthetic reasons. That is for the vain. That is for the shallow. And I am not vain and shallow.
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