For decades, women have been put under pressure to look “perfect.” Every generation has a different idea of what “perfect” means, but it seems this generation is focused on larger than normal backsides. And the Kardashian girls have been leading the way with their $18,000 butt injections that are financially out of reach for the young girls of today. According to the Suicide Prevention Hotline, the number one complaint from young girls with low self-esteem is having a flat butt. The pressure from the entertainment world with celebrities like Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Nicki Minaj and Blac Chyna is not making it any easier for them.
The Youth Self-Esteem Protection Initiative has decided to take matters into their own hands. The nonprofit organization says they have a plan to boost the self-esteem of young girls across America by installing funhouse mirror’s in every girl’s bathroom across the country. “Fun house mirror’s will raise the self-esteem for girls with flat butts,” says Becky Messer, nonprofit founder. “All they have to do is stand in front of these specially made mirrors that will make their derrière look like they’re packing some serious ‘junk in the trunk’. They can take photos, snapchat, Skype, whatever they want to show off their new ‘assets’.”
Skeptics of this new initiative say the foundation is only going to make things worse. “Okay, a girl with a flat butt snapshots a picture of her in a funhouse mirror with a round butt. That’s just going to increase the bullying epidemic in this country,” said Mallory Hill, concerned mother. “The next thing you know you’re going to have transgender people fighting with the girls over who gets to use them next in the bathroom. This country stupid.”
According to reports, Hillary Clinton has already ordered one for every bathroom in the White House stating that it will “help her self-esteem while she steps into her position as the first female president of the United States.