Media Influences

Is Your Favorite Hashtag Body-Shaming?

By Dana Land--Social media can be a wonderful tool for bringing communities of likeminded people together to share ideas and goals.

Barbie’s New Look: Empowering or Not Enough? Our Writers Weigh In!

We all know that Barbie’s proportions are harmfully unrealistic; if the original doll were a real person, she wouldn’t be able to hold up her own head.

4 Social Media Tags to Avoid in 2016

By Jamie Granskie-- With social media, people can express themselves creatively, sharing things ranging from personal beauty and fashion choices to photos with friends and family.

Body Positivity: How Much is Too Much?

By Rachael Hershon--A little over a year ago, I began to address a binge eating disorder that had followed me through most of my teen years.

The Power of Media Literacy

By Gisselli Rodriguez--Small waist, long legs, voluminous hair, big breasts. I was programmed to believe these were the ideal traits a girl must have to be deemed valuable.

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This site was developed in partnership with Riverduinen and made possible by generous contributions from JPMorgan Chase, Globant, the University of Delaware, and The Hilda & Preston Davis Foundation.

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