4th May 2013
"No, it [media images] didn’t cause their eating disorder, but it created the mechanism by which they thought they could solve the problems they had in their lives, the problem of being unhappy, the problem of not feeling anyone listened to them or paid attention to them…so it gave them the solution."
Source: Jean Kilbourne, on that never-ending “does the media perpetuate EDs” topic.
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