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  • Students fight for a healthy body image
  • Students fight for a healthy body image
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Students fight for a healthy body image

More often than not, if a brand steps out of line, there's usually an army of online protesters ready to call them out. #IAmPerfect was the response to an ad campaign titled 'The Perfect Body' featuring a line-up of tall, slim and toned Victoria's Secret models.

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