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|Publisher:||Program Studi Sastra Bahasa Inggris FBS-UKSW|
|Abstract:||One precise word to describe teenagers nowadays, especially young girls, is unstable. Young girls tend to be low in self-esteem and moody, which mostly caused by their dissatisfaction of their physical appearance from head to toe, which might wreck their way of thinking. Thus, this project is dedicated to teenage girls who deal with anxieties and fears of their image of perfection. Based on feminism, psychoanalysis, and the social theory, the story revolves around three girls who feel that their whole life is never going to be better than anyone else as three of them have an irremovable stain on their body; birthmark, lost virginity, and out-of-wedlock pregnancy. The anti-heroines will tell the stories of their judged life, typical stories for teenagers with a psychological touch of the characters. This project is done in hope to enlighten today’s teenagers that there are always ways to overcome your anxieties and insecurities.|
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