Above: Writers and performers of The Girl Project mugged with measuring tape after a recent rehearsal at ArtsPlace in Lexington. Much of the project has dealt with body image and mainstream media's misrepresentation of women and girls. Top right: Catherine Hale, 15, of Lexington rehearsed.
Above: Writers and performers of The Girl Project mugged with measuring tape after a recent rehearsal at ArtsPlace in Lexington. Much of the project has dealt with body image and mainstream media's misrepresentation of women and girls. Top right: Catherine Hale, 15, of Lexington rehearsed. Herald-Leader
Above: Writers and performers of The Girl Project mugged with measuring tape after a recent rehearsal at ArtsPlace in Lexington. Much of the project has dealt with body image and mainstream media's misrepresentation of women and girls. Top right: Catherine Hale, 15, of Lexington rehearsed. Herald-Leader

The Girl Project steadies shaky teen esteem

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