In today’s society, men and women strive to be the best looking and best in shape they could be in order to try and fit the ideal image of what a man or a woman should look like. This is because the morbid excess of sex distinction. Men try to look like the the ideal “alpha” male, big arms, broad back and toned abs. Women want to look like models; voluptuous breasts, thin waste and a round but. The measures taken to fit these ideals range all the way from simple make up and exercise to growth hormones and plastic surgery. Society has more so put more pressure on women to fit these ideas of the perfect female and what she should look like. It is beginning to start at earlier and earlier ages. We can see this through television shows where mothers dress their daughters up in extravagant dresses and cake their faces up with makeup when the daughters really have no say in this. This is because these mothers feel that they need to have the prettiest little girl in the world and that it gives them a self satisfaction that they have produced such a beautiful child. In reality, nothing really beneficial comes from these shows except giving these children unrealistic goals to be the prettiest girl in the world and most of the time just inflating their ego. This also happens with fathers in sports. If you go watch a Little League or a pee wee football game, it never fails that there is always that one dad who is entirely way too hard on his kid, the one yelling from the stands telling his son how to hit a baseball or throw a football. Because sports are seen as a reflection of masculinity, a father may feel that if his son is not dominate at sports he will not be dominate at anything else, the sex distinction of males is that of trying to be the best, proving yourself through competition and becoming the so called “Alpha” male.