<body> Public Ad Campaign: For Teenage Girls, Swimsuit Season Never Ends
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Wednesday, August 10, 2016

For Teenage Girls, Swimsuit Season Never Ends

The conclusion of this article may or may not apply more broadly, but I can't imagine that being surrounded by imagery that asks us to reflect on our own personal needs and interests, we do not forgo some of our capacity to think about others.
"In short, when young women are prompted to reflect on their physical appearance, they seem to lose intellectual focus."
How do you get a young woman to bomb a math test? Have her take it while wearing a bathing suit. More [HERE]

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