BeingGirl Article Removed Due to Concerned Blogs


Congrats to all those who wrote about it! Proctor and Gamble removed the controversial article from their BeingGirl.Com website that many of the Body Image and Parenting Blogs, including KMA, wrote about recently.

Here is the result from our concerned colleagues over at Parents for Ethical Marketing who complained personally:

“As of Saturday morning, the article promoting eating-disordered behaviors at had been removed. Thanks to everyone who blogged about this (especially Rachel, where I first read about it) and to those who took the time to write or to call. I had received an email from Procter & Gamble after I complained and, as noncommital as it was, at least they responded to me.” Read the whole article.

Thanks Everyone!



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