She had an incredibly big nose which as things go these days meant she was expected to have plastic surgery to sort it out.
But, being determined not to be squashed into some society-defined image of beauty she refused to, much to the consternation of her mother, boyfriend and her doctor who was well prepared for her to have surgery to repair this birth defect.‘In the future,’ he said ‘all people will be able to look as they desire. We’ll have a clone created at birth from our DNA to harvest parts from if, for example, we need a new hip or heart.’
He got very excited. ‘Cosmetic surgery will be the norm and we’ll choose how our children are going to look before they are born.’
...and be, thought she, with microchips implanted for mind control and ID.