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Bullied Girl's Plastic Surgery Makeover! Nadia Isle's Story - Common Room

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Published on Aug 11, 2012

Nadia Isle, a bullied teen from Georgia, recently got $40k in free plastic surgery through the Little Baby Face Foundation - and not just for her ears (the original complaint) but also for her nose and chin. Should she have gone through with this? The Common Room is here to take a long hard look at teen "perfection."

Should Nadia's parents have turned to plastic surgery to help her get through this bullying? Should the Little Baby Face Foundation be doing purely cosmetic surgery for things like ears and noses? Or does suffering through some childhood taunting and teasing build character and make us strong? Let us know what you think about Nadia's situation in the comments below!

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Comments • 375

Matt
wow...for once i kind of agree with chelsea.. having to cope with bullies is part of life..shes being deprived of a valuable lesson and growth as an individual. But on the other hand i get why she did it and its not the end of world.
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Fundinn Gangulfsson
Hmm, I was bullied all through school because I was abused until I was five. Now I suffer from severe social anxiety disorder.
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adriana anthony
You should teach and empower your kids to have confidence and love themselves. teach then to stand up to bullies and that everything passes especially awkward phases in Jr High. What happens when plastic surgery doesn't solve the issue one day? Someone will always have something to say, ignore them and keep it moving!
metallboy25
I'm pretty sure that they all bullied/made fun of other kids when they were in school, but now they want to sound all mature and caring. xD
lil Notxe
Ahah I've had plastic surgery on my ears when I was 8 it looks so good people don't even notice! 
Ozy Mandias
I forgot what her name is, but the female host who typically doesn't contribute anything intellectual, just gave us a glimpse of her capacity to be analytic. I definitely did not expect that from her. It says to me that she is smart, but chooses not to come off in that way. I think it may be that she is not as passionate about other topics; in this one she was clearly focused and invested in the subject. That would also suffice to explain why she is still a member of their cast, because they see this potential in her.
KaraDawlish
omg so weird seeing sam here
blueguitar1014
Ana is for it because she got work done on herself as well, nose job + other facial work.
Jina nn.f
she's really lucky.
panini ception
I'm 14 and my parents would definitely be able to afford almost any surgery but they'd never let me get any. And I wouldn't want to. I understand people say it's her choice but a charity shouldn't be spending money on these kind of shallow surgeries. I mean everyone has insecurities but people should be spending money on more important things such as health care (in the UK we have it free but in America I know it isn't) and charities for diseases and much more important things 
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