" It's how you look, not how you feel," says one comedian, "and let me tell you, you look marvelous!" That's a funny line not only because of the way it's said, but also because of what it satirizes: people's obsession with their appearance and with ways to improve their features and bodies. Well, whether you think you "look marvelous" or not, there's so much more to people than skin tone, bone structure, the color of their hair, and muscle definition.
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