A Year After The Women���s March, What���s Changed?

Words matter ... and so does culture. In Meagan's case, the lit match that set her anorexia on fire was an insult, hurled at her by a close friend. That it could do so much damage speaks as much about Meagan's vulnerability as it does to the hyper-charged and unrealistic expectations society continues to place on young women today.

Source : https://www.cnn.com/2018/02/23/opinions/dads-daughters-eating-disorders-kirby-and-mcdowell-opinion/index.html

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