Articles Tagged with anorexia

France: Thin Models Banned In An Effort To Prevent Eating Disorders


Lawmakers in France have banned thin models from working on the catwalk. Although the ban is meant to prevent eating disorders, including anorexia, modeling agencies are concerned that it will have a negative impact on their business. Although the ban does not specifically define the term “thin,” the amendment states “the activity of model is… Read more »

Meghan Trainor: Positive Feminist Role Model Or Sexist Regressive?

Meghan Trainor

The world of pop music must seem very confusing for “All About The Bass” star Meghan Trainor this week. Meghan was undoubtedly one of the biggest breakout stars of 2014, as her hit song shot to No. 1 in over 50 countries. Trainor was widely praised for championing a positive body image for curvy women… Read more »

Meghan Trainor In Hot Demi Lovato Soup Over Anorexia Remarks

Meghan Trainor All About That Bass

When the hit song “All About That Bass” hit the charts, Meghan Trainor was in the limelight. The singer spoke to Entertainment Tonight about her life and her lifelong struggle with weight. Her remarks have drawn the ire of fellow singer Demi Lovato. Meghan Trainor says she was a “chubby girl,” and cried when her… Read more »

Ke$ha: Anorexia Almost Killed Her, Was Bullied Over Weight

Ke$ha: Anorexia Almost Killed Her, Was Bullied Over Weight

Ke$ha’s eating disorder battle over anorexia almost killed according to her mother, Pebe Sebert. In a related story from The Inquisitr, Pebe also checked into the same Chicago-area rehab center as her daughter because she was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It was revealed that she feels Ke$ha might have started become bulimic because… Read more »

Anorexia, Bigorexia In Men Linked To Self-Image, New Study

anorexia, bigorexia linked to man's self-image

Anorexia and so-called bigorexia, or muscle dysmorphia, is on the rise among men, and a new study from two Australian universities is trying to find out what’s going in the patients’ heads by surveying them with an indepth questionaire. The research, led by Dr. Stuart Murray, is scheduled to be published later today in the… Read more »