Arish Ali
@arish · 1:37

Beauty Filters - Should Social Platforms have Augmented Reality features to "improve" you?

article image placeholderBeauty filters are changing the way young girls see themselves
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Neal Damiano
@NealD · 4:47
You become very self obsessed and their whole profile is just selfies of them posing in different positions, showing off their tattoos. Yes. You want to be confident, you want to be happy about yourself, how you look. But Where's that fine line? If you're using a platform just to constantly post pictures of yourself, that's not healthy. I don't know. Let's debate about it. Anybody. Maybe they disagree with me. Come on, and we'll talk about it
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