In the real world, stones are divided into expensive and cheap, which means "good" and "bad". Guess which stones are considered "good"? The ones where randomness is under control. Gemstones with bright color (or lack of it) and without any inclusions are the "good" ones, and, accordingly, the most expensive. But isn't this the perfectionist approach that the society of civilized countries is struggling with? Isn't this the approach that makes too fat people lose weight, and too thin people get fat? Doesn't he dictate to us the only "correct" shape of the nose, skin texture and breast size?
As a result - anxiety, mental disorders and constant dissatisfaction. Each person, his/her appearance and life - a set of random factors. And no one can influence this randomness. But is it worth blaming ourselves for something over which we don’t have control? And does it make sense to fight it?
Consciously, we understand that this is both meaningless and sometimes even harmful and dangerous. But "ideals" live in our subconscious. And it's harder to deal with them. But not impossible. We called our gemstones body-positive, because we want to show that forms of beauty are not reduced to the ideal, but can be very, very different.