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Thanks to media, advertising, and entertainment messaging, children as young as three are developing body image issues.

The Beauty Rules of Flowertown was written to help three- to seven-year-old girls understand that there is no perfect or ideal face or body. It is also an important story for boys who are under pressure to be "masculine" and to judge or mistreat girls, or
Paperback, 18 pages
Published February 13th 2019 by Resistance Words
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Tamara Pearson is a writer, journalist, activist, and teacher. Now reporting from Puebla, Mexico, she was previously based in Ecuador as an editor for an international news organisation. She has been a journalist for 18 years, working from Venezuela as an on the ground reporter and respected analyst, and for Green Left Weekly from Australia. She has also written for a range of other media in Engli ...more

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