Student's photo campaign hits back at body image pressures from social media
LONDON — Social media plays a massive role in our daily lives. But, it can also add to the existing pressures we face, particularly when it comes to our bodies.
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With Instagram filters, Photoshopped images and curated feeds, social media can feel like an onslaught of unattainable perfection.
Research suggests that too much time spent on Facebook can cause women to dislike their appearance, and can contribute to feelings of loneliness and depression.
But, one British student has created a campaign to fight against the pressures women face from social media,