June 2009
Dolly;Jun2009, Issue 464, p62
The article focuses on "Dolly's" campaign against negative body image among teenage girls and offers insights from celebrities on body image issues. It emphasizes the need to celebrate the uniqueness of every individuals. It points out that self-esteem should not be based on body weight or clothes size tag. Roxy pro surfer Laura Enever says the best way to boost one's confidence is to keep healthy, smile and have fun. Actress and radio star Kate Ritchie points out that being unique is completely underrated.


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