Activist Marie Wilson talks about the media's skewed value of women's appearance

Appearance Was Everything
Appearance Was Everything

Women's activist, Marie Wilson, talks about the pressure and negative comments that led to her personal struggle with anorexia.

She acknowledges the absurd societal pressure that weighs too much value on women and their appearance. Wilson stresses that the media pressure skews the perception of power and self-worth amongst women.

Wilson is optimistic that at "some point women will have enough power that they will not need to worry about this."

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