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  • Melanie Thomas

    I'm sick of sending messages about getting "skinny" to people. Little girls are the ones that hear this and they end up with eating disorders. Cut the skinny crap. It's about HEALTH. Society is messed up, we need to change that. Advocate for a healthy body and a healthy body image.

  • • Victoria Meyer  •

    Don't let children think like this. The insecurities of society are harsh and tainted. Teach children their beauty is unique and infinite, keeping their self image clean and pure <3

  • Sarah Fuerbacher

    I want my daughters to have healthy body images...

  • Priscilla Cowan

    I never want my daughters to be obsessed with this, I want them to be healthy, strong, godly, indepedent, smart, funny, compassionate, loving, and to KNOW that what that scale says has NO BEARING on who they are. I don't want the ridiculous views of this society to ever make them sad about the women God is forming them to be! that's my prayer for my babies!!!!!

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