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In the newspapers

In the newspapers,
on the radio,
on the television,
and online,
gossip,
and chat,
and most harmful at that,
in the magazines,
in the newspapers,
on the radio,
on the television,
and online,
gossip,
and chat,
peer pressure and bullying people to look thin,
and oh, how sickening,
these fashion columns in the newspapers,
and the gossips and the gossiping,
and the sickening bombardment of advertising,
and the constant calls to follow every fashion as if your life depended on it and as soon as it appears in the newspapers,
and in the magazines,
on the radio,
on the television,
and online,
oh, this awful gossip,
and these “good” advices given,
“good advices” given probably with malicious grins,
and really such negativity and misleading comments that should not be,
and how evil it is,
how evil it is this sickening depravity,
that affects people’s health so regularly,
and that makes people miserable and ill and drives people to the edge,
and that drives people to their suicides,
and how sickening it is,
this passion for fashion,
a passion for misinformation and profit,
that misleads the vulnerable so many times to their deaths,
and this disgusting behaviour,
the false help and the false saviours,
they all should be thrown in the bin because it is a terrible thing,
a terrible thing,
and there should be regulation,
for the countless stories of self-harm and suicides are wearing rather thin,
rather thin.

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