The model presented a "permanent dysmorphism of the body" when asked to lose weight.

An eight-size mannequin announced that she "would suffer from body dysmorphism forever" after being constantly induced to lose weight by the fashion industry. Rosie Nelson was only 21 when she met with London's biggest modeling agencies, most of whom rejected her as "too big" or "too old". One company announced that she would hire her …

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