In American culture, it is revered to be young and thin and as a result, an entire generation in their fifties do things to disguise their real age through make up, surgery, medicine, dress, and behavior, maybe to fool others or maybe it's to fool themselves that they are still thirty. There are those in their forties who dress very provocatively, dye their hair, stretch their skin, and apply anti-wrinkle creams to keep up with the twenty-somethings. Those in their thirties are the new teenagers. It's not until age sixty that one becomes comfortable in their skin. This woman knows who she is and isn't afraid to show it.