Lindsay Kite and Lexie Kite, 26-year-old identical twin sisters finishing their PhDs in Communication at the University of Utah, study representations of female bodies in popular media. Their website is Beauty Redefinied - spurned out of their passion for helping girls and women recognize and reject harmful messages about their bodies and what “beauty” means and looks like.
Their most recent blog post titled Why "Fitspiration" Isn't So Inspirational takes a hard look at the seemingly well meaning advirtisements meant to 'inspire' women to achieve fitness goals.
Ellie Gordon-Moershel interviewed Lindsay Kite about their interesting blog post and the work of Beauty Redefined.
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