You Know What I Kinda Can't Stand? When People Say Plastic Surgery Is The Devil! Without A Correct Debate Or Agrument.
Use The Freaken Toulmin's Theory!!! Use It! Toulmin's Outline
(Your Thesis/Your Agrument)
(Limiting Your Claim; Add To Your Claim)
( Making Your Claim Clearer
(Statistics/Information That Supports Your Claim)
(State What Is You Are Implying) *Tips: The More Limited Your Qualifyer Is The Better Your Agrument*
So Now That You Know How To Kick Some Ass
(In Terms Of Arguing
) I Want To Introduce My Perspective On Korean Plastic SurgeryMy Claim
: (Korean Plastic Surgery Is Not The Devil) Qualifyer
: (That Includes Nose Jobs,Double Eyelids, V-Line Surgery)*This Does Not Include Surgery That Makes One's Legs Longer*
According To My Intelligence Korean Plastic Surgery Only Consequence Is Pain. Current Statistics Show That Plastic Surgery Actually Improves Health. Please Notice The Words *Korean Plastic Surgery*
( PlasticSurgery.About )
"There are many health and quality of life benefits that may be ascribed to the benefits of plastic surgery. For the patient whose vision is improved dramatically by an eyelid lift which removes the hooded portion of the eyelid, the rewards are obvious. For the patient who has a breast reduction and experiences a relief of long-standing daily pain, quality of life can increase dramatically. For the patient who has 20 lbs of loose hanging skin removed from his or her body, it can mean feeling more comfortable with increased levels of physical activity, which in turn can positively affect both mental and physical health. For a patient who has lived with an obvious visible disfigurement, reconstructive surgery can make that person feel free again able to face a world that is no longer staring, or worse avoiding any eye contact. This can be a tremendous life-changing event."
In South Korea Beauty Standards Smother The People Who Live Their. Which Isn't Healthy. Korean Woman And Men Are Expected To Have Diamond Shaped Faces, A Taylor Swift Body, Double Eyelids, High Bridges Nose's, And Pale Skin. With That Specific Details Defining Beauty Who Wouldn't Go Under The Knife?
This isn't to support plastic surgery in any means I just wanted to argue for the other side because I feel as though people are so quick to judge.