Interviews

Anna Weddell is Using Code to Raise Eating Disorder Awareness

By Diana Denza--Anna Weddell is a college freshman who’s using code to create change. A Girls Who Code alumnae, Anna is working on an awareness-raising game that simulates what it’s like to struggle with an eating disorder.

Pride Month on Proud: Sheila Allenbach Won’t Be Boxed In

In honor of Pride Month, Proud2Bme interviewed LGBTQ young people about their experiences with body image and eating disorders.

Pride Month on Proud: Shelby Rae’s Body-Positive Journey

In honor of Pride Month, Proud2Bme interviewed LGBTQ young people about their experiences with body image and eating disorders.

Pride Month on Proud: Josh Won’t Let Homophobia Bring Him Down

In honor of Pride Month, Proud2Bme interviewed LGBTQ young people about their experiences with body image and eating disorders.

Pride Month on Proud: Aaryn Clerk is Fighting LGBTQ Stigma

In honor of Pride Month, Proud2Bme interviewed LGBTQ young people about their experiences with body image and eating disorders.

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