The possibility that Hillary Clinton might run for president in 2016 has ignited talk about her age and her looks, providing an occasion to consider societal views on plastic surgery. Public reaction to celebrities who have had plastic surgery still is mixed, and while more people are having procedures, a stigma can still be felt in the speculative, frowning coverage of politicians' looks. On the plus side, younger adults are less likely to see feminism and cosmetic procedures as being at odds. "They feel they have earned the right to be successful and look their best," therapist Vivian Diller said.
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