governments and fashion magazines can say whatever they want, but the industry isn't really changing: Officials at one of the largest eating-disorder treatment centers in the world have complained that modeling agencies have been scouting for new talent among their patients.It's like proof that
"We think this is repugnant. People have stood outside our clinic and tried to pick up our girls because they know they are very thin," the chief doctor at Sweden's Stockholm Center for Eating Disorders, Dr. Anna-Maria af Sandeberg, told the Metro newspaper.
One patient, a 14-year-old girl, was reportedly approached by an agent while she was still in treatment. The agent left her a business card, which infuriated the girl's mother, Christina Lillman-Ringbord, who later confronted the agent.
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