People should read about the Doll test. That study/test is a very telling example of how we interpret what we see in media/entertainment. The worst part is that the results are barely different today than they were 60 years ago. Don't get me wrong. I don't subscribe to every notion that... some folks put out there, but representation, and its implementation, in media/entertainment does matter. Now here's the thing: If I hadn't made a statement about representation and its impact a little while ago, I never would have read about it and its impact on society. I'm still not a fan of the shaming tactics that certain sites use, but I'm glad that I was able to learn a bit about that situation and correct some of my misconceptions about representation.