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The Times Thinks It’s OK To Call Male Golfers Fat: Is It Different For Girls?

by | 10th, April 2014

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COMPARE and contrast these articles in the Times :

Nov 11, 2013:

Anorexia: not just a ‘women’s illness’

Jan 25, 2014:

How to boost your daughter’s self-esteem

…Parents can help offset the toxic environment too, says Dr Sharpe. Discuss the portrayal of women’s bodies with their daughters and maintain a commentary when looking at images in magazine, on TV or online. “It’s also vital to model good body confidence and self-esteem yourself,” she says. “It’s interesting that during our trips to schools telling children not to engage in fat-talking we would go into the staff room and hear lots of it. We all do it — even I find myself doing it sometimes.”

Feb 24, 2014 :

‘Lookism’ should be as reviled as racism

Feb 25, 2014:

Louise Carpenter was talking to Rebecca Adlington, the sportswoman who had been the butt of  barbs about her looks:

The awfulness of it all, however, was compounded by the fact that Adlington has worried about her appearance since childhood. In terms of her insecurity and to some

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