Alongside one of AnyBody Argentina’s activists, Brenda Mato, I am interviewed on Argentine public television regarding the national size law bill AnyBody Argentina wrote in conjunction with National Congresswoman Victoria Donda Pérez.
Thomson Reuters for Latin America announces AnyBody Argentina’s presentation of a national size law bill in conjunction with national Congresswoman Victoria Donda Pérez.
On April 4, 2017, La Nación, one of two mainstream national newspapers, reports that AnyBody Argentina’s presentation of a national size law bill in conjunction with national Congresswoman Victoria Donda Pérez will happen the next day.
This digital start-up, with a circulation of 25 million visitors per month, explores specialized markets in Latin America; I am quoted regarding the lack of larger sizes in Argentina.
As AnyBody Argentina’s founder and director, I outline the primary reasons why Endangered Bodies initiated a global campaign petitioning Apple, Google, and Amazon to establish a responsible policy regarding the hundreds of free cosmetic surgery kids’ games they offer on their platforms.
Argentina’s national news agency provides several direct quotes of mine regarding Endangered Bodies’ international campaign against plastic surgery games for kids, which are available for free download via Apple, Google, and Amazon.