This pinterst account shows images of skinny women. This account is an example of many accounts that have a negative effect on body image since it is telling girls that in order for them to be attractive they need to look like this. This page relates to the inquiry question since it's an example of one of the social media pages that have a negative effect on body image.
This video by William Lewis, talks about how the media affects peoples body image, by the media showing how people should look like, it affects how people see themselves and how it generates problems for people trying by going extreme lengths to reach a model body. I agree somewhat with this video in showing the problems social media had and how people get affected by it. This video relates to the inquiry question by showing the negative effects social media bring to people body image.
This article shows a story of a teenager named Kelsey Hibberd, and her story in high school on how social media affected her life and made it miserable.It shows how that there were people calling her ugly and how because of that she would try and starve herself to get the "ideal body type". This article relates to the inquiry question since it has a view and how someone was effected by social media and how social media is to blame.
This article by Lauren Berninger, talks about how social media is not to blame for negative body image. The article explores the way women approximately 92 percent are not happy with there body, the author talks about how instead of blaming social media for their body image, she tries to find solutions like women should do something to get the body they want, for example, going on diets and working out. I agree with this statement that social media is not all to blame, i believe in that instead of women and people in general complaining and finding excuses for their problems, that they instead should find solutions and taking responsibility of their own bodies. This article relates to the inquiry question by talking about social media and it's role to negative body image.