Dateline: Chicago, USA
Via: The Honor Network
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|Where a teenage girl sees herself on her school’s social ladder may sway her future weight, a study of more than 4,000 girls finds. Those who believed they were unpopular gained more weight over a two-year period than girls who viewed themselves as more popular. Researchers said the study showed how a girl’s view of her social status has broader health consequences.|
So raising girlsâ€™ self-esteem is a both a physical and mental health issue? So what policy must we undertake to further girls better opinion of themselves, that hasnâ€™t already expanded the debt and patience of MRAs, as boys continue to suffer under this system built for females (IE group work, no competition etc.)?
Must we now move to prevent girls not dieting, as sports are marginalized in school -due to the effeminate dislike for them. Fewer disciplinarians in the home (in the role of a father) and laziness becoming accepted we can now be both damned if you do and damned if you donâ€™t?
I even start to feel effeminate with self-fulfilling agendas like this with no win situations made out as solutions- instead of using a maleâ€™s common sense. How are schools to work on making things into effeminate utopias when all this teaching to get a completive job in this completive business world gets in the way? Well of course we need more social studies class of course! Maybe we need to all talk like women too, and tell each other how good we look and ask flattering questions like, â€œHave you lost weight.â€
No wonder men donâ€™t want to teach in schools anymore, for I just got the hebee jebees just thinking about having to talk this way all day every day!
For more of click: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080107/ap_on_he_me/diet_popularity_weight