This website uses cookies to ensure you have the best experience. Learn more

The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Wearing High Heel Shoes

648 words - 3 pages

Speech Topic: high heel shoes, what effect do they have on women?
Specific Purpose: To inform women that even though we love our heels they can be hazardous if not worn in moderation.

I. Women will wear their heels high, no matter the cost. If our wallets don’t suffer, our feet surely will.

II. When a woman puts on a pair of heels, she feels sexy and powerful. She knows the men are watching her, and she is the center of attention (even if it’s all in her mind) She will spend her last dime on a beautiful pair of shoes, but did you know that over time those high heels can cause major damage to your feet?

What’s so special about high heels, that women would spend their last dime and risk being in pain?

I. The advantage of wearing high heels.
A. When a woman puts on a pair of heels, she suddenly ...view middle of the document...

A. 29 percent of ladies say shoes are the one thing they can’t resist buying, regardless of whether they can afford them.
B. Not only do women wear shoes to turn heads of men, but we also buy them to be the center of attention around other women
C. You can tell a lot about a woman based off her heels, it can be a sign of “status.” She may feel expensive by sporting a high priced pair of heels.

III. The price we pay with our feet: High heel shoes can have a number of detrimental effects on the feet, some that could result in the need for surgery or lifelong pain
A. Bunions
B. Corns
C. Hammer toe:
D. Morton's neuroma
E. Pump bump

There is nothing wrong with wearing your favorite heels but it should be done in moderation. If you are going to happy hour, please don’t wear your heels to class, work and then happy hour. The effect over years can be very damaging to your body.

I. Review: a woman in a pair of heels can feel like she is the center of attention. She is sexy and confident; her body looks great and she feels like a diva entering a room. She does not mind paying a high price for her favorite pair of heels, even if they hurt her feet after a few hours. The average woman may spend more than 26 thousand dollars in her life time on shoes alone, but if she is not careful she may be paying to have surgery on her feet as well.

II. Closing: There are some safety tips for wearing high heels to keep any damage they may cause to a minimum:

Innes, Wendy. "The Effects of Wearing High Heels on the Body." N.p., May-June 2012. Web. 27 Feb. 2013 . <>.
Kelly, Caitlin. "Women Really Are Shoe-Aholics, Study Shows â And The Problem Is?"Broadside RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Feb. 2013.

Other assignments on The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Wearing High Heel Shoes

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Social Media

626 words - 3 pages Topic: impact of depression On the academic productivity Of university stdents Introduction The assignment is based on the topic “the impact of depression on the academic productivity of university students”. The research is based on the causes and effects of depression. Depression is a state of the mind being caught up on a scenario or a situation and thinking over it

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Modern Technologies

2125 words - 9 pages Economic History of Hong Kong Hong Kong’s economic and political history has been primarily determined by its geographical location.  The territory of Hong Kong is comprised of two main islands (Hong Kong Island and Lantau Island) and a mainland hinterland. It thus forms a natural geographic port for Guangdong province in Southeast China. In a sense, there is considerable continuity in Hong Kong’s position in the international economy since its

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Four Types Of Organisation Structure

1325 words - 6 pages Advantages and disadvantages of four types of organisation structure In this essay, I shall analyze relevant examples of existing companies, present their organization design, organization chart, work specialization, chain of command, span of control, for the purpose of presenting the advantages and disadvantages of four types of organization structure. As Mintzberg defined it, "The structure of an organization [is] the sum total of ways

Mass Media -Advantages And Disadvantages

308 words - 2 pages them, as he was to the texts of the major religious traditions; and ironically it is in London that he was introduced to the Bhagavad Gita. Here, too, Gandhi showed determination and single-minded pursuit of his purpose, and accomplished his objective of finishing his degree from the Inner Temple. He was called to the bar in 1891, and even enrolled in the High Court of London; but later that year he left for India. Copyright, Vinay Lal, 2001, 2012 Gandhi (next page)

With Considered Reference To Scholarly Literature On The Subject, Assess The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Cannabis Legalisation In Australia

2135 words - 9 pages 2.  With considered reference to scholarly literature on the subject, assess the advantages and disadvantages of Cannabis Legalisation in Australia. Dennis, M.L. & W White (1999) ‘The Marijuana Legalization Debate: is There a Middle Ground’. In JA Inciardi (ed), The Drug Legalization Debate.  Sage Publications. Ferguson, D.M.. & L.J. Horwood (2000) ‘Does Cannabis Use Encourage Other Forms of Illicit Drug Use?’, Addiction, 95(4): 505

Advantages And Disadvantage Of Media

323 words - 2 pages In general, "media" refers to various means of communication. Media refers to communication devices, which can be used to communicate and interact among two or more people. Nowadays, the most commonly used media are Newspaper, Television, Radio, and Internet. Be it the pictorial messages of the early ages, or the high-technology media that are available today, one thing that we all agree upon, is that mass media are an important part of our

The Advantages Of The European Union

545 words - 3 pages Advantages of the European Union Jim Stewart MGT/448 Clark McCarrrell September 18, 2013 Advantages of the European Union The European Union or EU is a unique economic and political partnership between 28 European countries that together cover much of the European continent. The EU was borne from the aftermath of World War II. The goal was to encourage economic cooperation between countries. It was

Peer Tutoring: Its Effect On The Achievement And Attitude In Physics Of High Scholl Senior Students Of Naval Institute Of Technology

5901 words - 24 pages Peer Tutoring: Its Effect on the Achievement and Attitude in Physics Of high School Senior Students of Naval Institute of Technology ---------------------------------- A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School Leyte Normal University Tacloban City ---------------------------------- In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Master of Arts in Teaching (Science

Factors Affecting The Reading Comprehension Of Fourth Year High School Students

933 words - 4 pages , Canlas (2011) in his study “Effects of Video Games to the Academic Performance of Second Year High School Students of Miraculous Medal School, School Year 2010-2011 “viewed that when time spent on the computer, playing computer games or cruising the internet reaches a point that is harm a child’s or adult’s family and social relationships, or disrupt school or work life, that person may be caught in a circle of addiction. Like other emotional life

The House Of Sand And Fog

1023 words - 5 pages country I wished to be wearing my uniform”. (Dubus III, 22) He is ambitious to restore his dignity and social status, so he devotes most of his time to hard work. In the evenings, he works at the convenience store to earn enough for their monthly rent of three thousand dollars. They have forty eight thousand dollars remaining and his son, Esmail needs this money to attend first two years of university. His daughter, Soraya marries a young

The Development And Future Strategy Of Ryanair

1351 words - 6 pages The development and future strategy of Ryanair Ryanair became in 2009 the airline company which carry the most passengers in Europe. That is the result of its strategy which is based on a ‘no frills’ service in order to offer the lower prices. The business model of Ryanair is different from the classic carriers’ in the way that 20% of its revenue is generated from ancillary revenue, such as its “buy on board” program or extra fees for luggage

Similar Documents

The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Advertising

293 words - 2 pages Advertising is the process of commercial promotion of goods and services in order to increase its sales. The mediums of advertising like television, newspapers, wall paintings, billboards, magazines, Internet, by the word-of-mouth and in many other ways. Advertising informs the buyers about the availability of a certain product or service in the market and encourages them to buy it. There are many advantages you can get from advertising your

The Advantages And Disadvantages Of China’s Apparel Manufacturing Industry

905 words - 4 pages Abigail Hardin CTD 447 Tong Book Report 2 25 October 2011 Rivoli, R. (2009) (2nd Edition). The Travels of a T-Shirt in the Global Economy: An Economist Examines the Markets, Powers, and Politics of World Trade. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. The Advantages and Disadvantages of China’s Apparel Manufacturing Industry China leads in the apparel manufacturing industry like the United States leads in cotton production. However, China’s

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Shopping Online

366 words - 2 pages Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Shopping Recently shopping online has become very popular because of the vast availability of internet. Online shopping is one kind of E-business where one consumer can directly shop over the internet. Ebay and Amazon are the 2 most popular and trusted website for shopping online. Millions of products are sold all over the world through this E-business model. Most of the people prefer to shop online

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Hotels Going Green

546 words - 3 pages industries to a green concept industry and how others fail to attempt this concept. What were the benefits that the industry has gained? (Advantages and disadvantages) 1. What are the advantages of a hotel going “green” 2. What are the possible disadvantages? 3. How did the establishment achieve their goals in pursuing the “going green” concept? 4. What were their failures in attempting to achieve the “going green” concept? Background