For the book's 15th anniversary, author Scott Westerfeld talked to VICE about its image-obsessed dystopia.
Jawzrsize capitalizes on one of the myriad ways the internet has made us feel terrible about our bodies.
Plastic surgeons say women are asking for procedures that will make them look more ‘approachable.’ But… why?
In the reboot of MTV's critically acclaimed show, "True Life," the first episode's subjects go to great lengths to look like the Kardashians.
What happens when you want to look 'filtered' IRL, all the time?
In this episode of Plastic Planet, we talk to three women with very different stories about their journeys towards a bigger butt.
A British veteran was afraid to eat in public because his torn-up face made such an unappetizing sounds while he was chewing.
Many videos about procedures don't feature medical professionals at all.
Apparently women aren’t the only ones getting body implants.
Lookism is the site "where looks matter," but the unhinged plastic surgery ideas exchanged by users suggest that's a big understatement.
Melanoma cases have been rising in the US for the past 20 years.
Videos show Dr. Windell Boutte singing and dancing to everything from "Bad and Boujee" to "Brick House" while her patients appear unconscious on the operating table.