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The worst thing is that Chads and Stacys control the healthcare system

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In our society today, the terms "Chads" and "Stacys" have become symbols of a certain norm, influencing not only physical appearance but also social perception and even medical treatment. This norm, considered ideal by many, sets standards for beauty, fitness, and health, which many people inevitably strive to emulate.

The healthcare system is not immune to these norms, often reflecting the dominance of Chads and Stacys. This norm defines what is considered "normal" and acceptable, while anything deviating from it is seen as "abnormal" or even "inferior". In medical practice, this means that treatments and surgeries are often tailored to this beauty ideal, which can lead to a range of issues.

When a Chad undergoes a surgery without complications, it is taken as proof that the treatment is safe and effective for the general population. But what about those who don't conform to this beauty ideal? Those considered "subhumans" often can't rely on the same level of medical care. For them, the same surgery can lead to undesirable outcomes or even serious complications simply because their bodies don't match the ideal.

The beauty industry exacerbates this issue by setting the standards of Chads and Stacys as the benchmark for beauty and attractiveness. What is considered aesthetic and successful for these "beauty icons" is pursued by many. Yet for those who don't naturally conform to this ideal, the pressure to meet these standards can lead to a range of mental and physical health issues.

Even within the healthcare system, doctors and medical professionals often adhere to this beauty ideal. It's not uncommon to see good-looking doctors who embody an image of health and fitness. Yet this outward appearance should not serve as a measure of competence or ability. It's alarming to see even medical professionals, who should be responsible for the welfare of patients, influenced by superficial ideals.

It's time to question the societal norms and expectations that influence the healthcare system. Every person deserves adequate and individualized medical care, regardless of external beauty standards. It's time for the healthcare system to break free from superficial ideals and focus on the well-being of all patients. Only then can we ensure that all people receive the medical care they deserve, regardless of their appearance or social status.
 
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i thought jews did that
 
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Behind much of this lies a profit motive: Chads and Stacys benefit financially from the dissatisfaction of those who don't fit their mold. The beauty and healthcare industries capitalize on the insecurities of "subhumans", often pushing unnecessary treatments or surgeries for their own financial gain.
 
i thought jews did that

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Woke healthcare is controlled by Troons
 

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