Monthly Archive for: ‘January, 2011’

  • Thin Ideals and the Way We Feel


      With such a wealth of research showing that women’s magazines are consistently presenting unrealistic and underweight images of bodies as average and attainable, and with such an intense focus on thinness as the key to health, the corresponding health implications should not be surprising. …

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  • Victoria’s Secret: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Sexual Objectification!


    Hello Beautiful Friends! This piece was published almost a year ago, and since that point, I have written a paper on Victoria’s Secret that won a “top paper” award in the Women’s Studies division at the 2011 National Communication Association Conference in New Orleans! In …

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