Don’t DIS My Appearance – calling on all Australians and world

I have had many friends including myself suffer from negative views about the our outer appearance. To many young girls and boys, young adults suffer from negative images about themselves. Let’s show them our support at Don’t DIS My Appearance. I will donate $1 to every painted middle finger nail picture posted on my facebook page to the cause plus Share your support and click on the official website.

Outline is direct from their website

 Support this cheeky campaign for a serious cause

Don’t DIS My Appearance is an Australian national awareness and fundraising campaign for the Butterfly Foundation, calling on all Australians to take a stand against a culture of appearance based judgement and negative body image.

Funds raised go towards better prevention, education, treatment and support services to fight eating disorders and the devastating impact they have on sufferers, families and our community.

Join the movement

Paint your middle finger and donate to fight eating disorders

Be part of the Don’t DIS My Appearance campaign by painting your middle fingernails during May and making a donation to the Butterfly Foundation.

You can also get involved by purchasing FABY nail polish (100% of profits made from May sales donated to the cause), engaging in fundraising activities, sharing the campaign message via social media #DISnoBODY and entering the campaign competitions.

Get Involved

Why this is important?

Eating disorders kill more Australians than any other psychiatric illness

We know that negative body image and low self-esteem can be a serious, high risk contributing factor to developing an eating disorder, and that negative body image is often perpetuated by the experience of being judged or shamed about our looks by others as well as ourselves.

Learn more about the negative impact of body shaming, the serious issue of eating disorders, and how The Butterfly Foundation is fighting to save lives.

Learn More

Share your support on social media for Don’t DIS my Appearance

Once you’ve painted your middle fingernail and donated to the campaign, show your support on social media by:

  • Taking a middle finger selfie and sharing it on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter using #DISnoBODY
  • Entering our photo and video competitions for a chance to win
  • Liking and sharing Don’t DIS My Appearance social media content
  • Posting about your participation, and encouraging your friends to get involved in the campaign too.

Download our Fundraising resources for more information about how to participate on social media.

Thanks to my reader that support this cause and post your painted nail on social media

Leave me your thoughts on this cause. Look forward to seeing your middle finger.

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