The Alliance for Eating Disorder Awareness is calling Apple out for its use of the phrase "You can't be too thin. Or too powerful." in an ad for the new iMac.
According to the group, the phrase evokes the Duchess of Windsor's infamous "you can't be too thin or too rich" quote. In doing so, they claim Apple is evoking an unhealthy body image for women. The group says that the slogan "has the potential to push a young girl with low self-esteem into a deadly disease or trigger a person struggling with recovery back into the throws of an eating disorder."
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