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A hippopotamus and his mate line up at tank’s edge at feeding time, March 1957.Photograph by Robert F. Sisson and Donald McBain, National Geographic

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A hippopotamus and his mate line up at tank’s edge at feeding time, March 1957.
Photograph by Robert F. Sisson and Donald McBain, National Geographic

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A woman walks a dachshund across pavement with undulating wave patterns in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 1955.Photograph by Charles Allmon, National Geographic

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A woman walks a dachshund across pavement with undulating wave patterns in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 1955.Photograph by Charles Allmon, National Geographic

Animator Frederic Doazan has created a short film titled ‘Supervenus’.

In it, a female anatomical drawing goes for plastic surgery. She is cut up, given botox and liposuction, and is finally transformed into a blonde bombshell. The procedures do not stop there, however, and take on nightmarish proportions.

This animation is painful to watch—it documents the pressure that women face as they feel like they have to look a certain way, as well as their love-hate relationship with their bodies.