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Why Body Image Isn’t Just a Feminist Issue “Girls and young women have clearly identified these [body] issues as the source of their hesitance to take on leadership roles.”-Claire Mysko Original Article by Melanie Klein of MindBodyGreen

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Exposure to Barbie May Influence … all sorts of things! A new study may suggest the immediate influence on young girls’ perception of what they are socially capable of doing as women, from exposure to Barbie. Original Article from Elizabeth … Continue reading

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Modeling Agencies Recruit at the Doors of Eating Disorder Clinics Original article below from Policy Mic‘s Christine Salek, Health Promotion & Education distance-learning graduate student at The University of Alabama Modeling Agents Recruit Outside Swedish Eating Disorder Clinic By Christine … Continue reading

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Thin or Overweight: Damages of the Mass “Eigher-Or” Psychology It’s time to challenge the narrative that the female body is one of two things: thin or overweight. This dichotomous classification encourages the inhuman decree that there is only one acceptable … Continue reading

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Why “Racial” Self-Care? A captivating perspective from a fellow blogger: “ By definition, radical means: of or pertaining to the root; proceeding directly from the root. Hence: Of or pertaining to the root or origin; reaching to the center, to … Continue reading

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