The “ideal” woman – portrayed by models, Miss America, Barbie dolls, and screen actresses – is 5’5, weighs 100 pounds and wears a size 5
Wow, is that even humanly possible? I think not. Yet, millions of teenage girls strive to be the skinniest, prettiest, bustiest girl in their school, their clique, and their Facebook community. “Special attention” is sought after, but not in the form of academic prowess or empowering conversation, but sexual innuendos and bodily advances. This has to stop, we need to change the way young women view themselves. Media moguls could give a damn; this has to be a grassroots initiative: enter KHLOE Magazine.
KHLOE Magazine stands for:
Klothes & Style
Health & Fitness
Love & Relationships
Young entrepreneur, Hope Alcocer, native of Grand Rapids, MI has developed this exciting initiative from the ground up.
Watch this brief video to learn more about KHLOE Magazine.
The articles within KHLOE Magazine will be written by young women looking to start their careers featuring models of REAL shapes and sizes.
So where do you stand? Do you want to stand up for positive change? Do you believe young women deserve more than what the media is force feeding them today? If so please visit KHLOE Kickstarter and contribute. A pledge of $1.00 is a move towards social awareness for women and the right direction.