Jameela Jamil on banning airbrushing, the Kardashians and her traumatic teens
Jameela Jamil does not want to be known as a 'double agent of the patriarchy'. Star of Netflix' The Good Place and former Radio 1 DJ, she is rallying against a culture of airbrushing, weight-loss and vanity. She chats to Krishnan about her latest 'I Weigh' campaign, being in Hollywood during the Me Too movement and why she thinks the Kardashians are a toxic influence on young girls.
Recorded: 28 August 2018.
This is the final episode of the first season of Ways to Change the World. Get in touch with Krishnan on Twitter @krishgm or on email email@example.com with any suggestions for next season.
Producer: Sarah Gough.
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