Ana Biskic

Ana Biskic

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This is a contrasting image. A Victoria's Secret (lingerie company) release of their campaign called "love my body" was advertised through the use of their very similar shape and sized models. Below this image we have "Real Beauty Campaign" released by Dove (skin care company), that has displayed a diverse range of women in all different sizes and forms.

I LOVE you Victoria Secret but I think your if you want to do a "Love your body" check out DOVE (and take the hint in your next attempt, Victoria's Secret!), women want to SEE real bodies. DOVE I commend you.

A powerful message is shown in this image. It takes a look at the issue of body image from another perspective.

We hear so much about the relationships between women and body image, but what about men? It's just as hard to be Ken as it is to Barbie. Women try fit the "thin ideal" that is Barbie.what is the "ideal" that Ken creates?

This is a documentary that explains to us how influential the media is amongst young people, especially young women. It argues that the media presents a limiting and disparaging portrayal of women.

Like drawing back a curtain to let bright light stream in, Miss Representation DL) uncovers a glaring reality we live with every day but fail to see.

A distorted collage of a teenage girl, of what seems to be cutouts of magazines pasted on her face represents the extent to how society and medias interpretation of society can influence a teenager.

"The mental stress that results from living in an organized society has always been recognized as a possible explanation of mental illness.