The force continues to be a mysterious entity—its nature and definitions eternally elusive. But one thing we can be certain of is that the force is strong with specific locations in much the same way it is strong with individual characters. Planets like Mustafar, Tatooine, and Dagobah all have a deep spiritual significance in the galaxy. Some locations are inherently force sensitive. Others take on a force energy after a significant event. Polis Massa, the birthplace of Luke and Leia, would be worthy of revisiting if framed in this way.
A strong ectoderm subdues the mesoderm and the endoderm. A subdued mesoderm produces gracile (as opposed to robust) bones, higher proportion of slow-twitch/Type I (as opposed to fast-twitch/Type II) muscles and low muscle mass. A subdued endoderm produces low, evenly distributed body fat. The strong ectoderm itself produces focused scalp hair (as opposed to body hair) growth. All these are neotenous traits. The combined result is a lean, long-limbed, fine-boned physique (ie. high surface-area-to-volume ratio) that looks youthful through most of life, and which is by no coincidence ergonomically suited to the Neolithic subsistence farming lifestyle that involved repetitive, stamina-based labour in a wider variety of sustained physical positions and demanding faster heat dissipation than would have been required for the more primitive hunting and herding lifestyles, in exchange for availability of regular meals and hence no need to store large reserves of chemical energy in the body. Miguel Serrano describes: “Large fingers, fine legs, hands with fine veins, firmly arched feet. … Moreover, it was said of Buddha his extended arms reached below his knees and they sculpted him with a bump on his head (the lost “organ”?).”
Women “all over the world are evaluated and oppressed by their appearances”  ; be it age, skin tone, or size. Men are falling victims to this issue as well. A large facet of “social currency for girls and women continues to be rooted in physical appearance”  . With accessories and apparel designed to enhance a look; social media, magazines, and marketing campaigns and advertisements, also add to the burden of perfection. This is still prevalent today, whereby female bodies are staged as the ultimate commodity, and used for the selling of products.  The ultimate purpose of advertisements is thus to appeal to the insecurities of individuals, in hopes of selling them the solution. Marketers fuelling negative body imagery are also highly aware that those who undergo these problems, are more likely to purchase. For that reason, advertisements regularly advocate the ability to achieve a particular look through retouched images, the sexual objectification of women, and products accompanied with explicit messages. According to Naomi Wolf “our culture disempowers women by holding them prisoner to an unattainable beauty ideal”.