New Statesman – Women’s magazines: exposing their vagenda

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What makes it difficult to be a woman nowadays is a complicated issue, but it starts at thirteen with your first encounter of “love your body, but try this diet.” By the time you’re 23, you’re lucky if you’re not lying face-down next to a teetering avalanche of “it” bags, examining your cankles in suicidal horror. While magazines such as Cosmopolitan and Glamour may preach body confidence in their saccharine features, such cloying words of reassurance fall on deaf ears when juxtaposed with Photoshopped hotties and plastic surgery advertorial that includes such outlandish proclamations as “I hated every kilo on my body.”

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