I completely agree with you, Sharon. I think the way this article was written was incredibly biased, as are most plastic surgery articles.
The truth of the matter is that this surgery was primarily plastic, as opposed to simply...
The term is body DYSmorphic disorder. Please do not pretend to be an expert on something when you very obviously are not.
Broken down, dys = bad, difficult, etc. and morph=shape, form, etc.
When you use the term 'dimorphic' you...
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