Bucknell U. promotes positive self-image – by covering up all the mirrors

Bucknell U. promotes positive self-image – by covering up all the mirrors
They have ways of making you not look. (Image: Twitter via Breitbart)

[Ed. – Which certainly raises the question: What does Bucknell think you’ll see if you look in the mirror?  Something terrible, and discouraging to your self-image?  Just asking.]

I guess I won’t be wearing my contact lenses this week.

Mirrors in Bucknell’s Swartz Hall were covered on Sunday evening in an effort to promote “body positivity” and “self-love.” The construction paper was draped over the mirrors to bring attention to Eating Disorder Awareness Day, which took place on Monday.

The coverage of the restroom mirrors was done in part to draw attention to “Self-Love Week,” an initiative program taking place this week at Bucknell.

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