Rachael Leigh Cook

October 26, 2010 by Post Team 

Rachael Leigh Cook, Rachael Leigh Cook is against airbrushing, and editorializing images of models and celebrities. Cook, 31, addressed long-standing problem of the entertainment industry in the Washington summit last week when he joined the Creative Coalition, the Girl Scouts of the USA and Geena Davis in his new promotion.

Cook told “I grew up not getting said about how to manipulate the images we see of women and girls out there, and I think it’s an absolute farce that young women are watching what the media is feeding them. ”

“It breaks my heart to be part of an industry and part of a machine that actually pulls these images and spread to these rules really terrible that they are false.”

She also shared her struggles with body image problems after his first film The Babysitters Club when she was 15.

“I remember a little weight gain in the first movie I’ve worked, since” good food, free! ‘”

“You’re at that stage where your body is just changing so actively, so it was a natural change, but remember to finish the film and realize that he had probably gained 10 pounds during the course of filming that much when ‘re only 5’2 “.

Cook, who starred in 1999 hit She’s All That, said she knew then that I just needed to try to be healthy.

“I went too far in the other direction and I worried that my parents for a while, I think it’s fair to say. I think it is something that many girls, adolescents go through many, especially those who are achievers and ambitious.”

“You are seeking a sense of control, and when you’re in a transitional phase in their teens really think it is a fairly normal reaction to develop food issues.”

Hollywood actress called editorializing more pictures of celebrities and models, such as false advertising and wondered why these industry practices are not considered a crime.

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