Saturday, 29 October 2016

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Who is Eugenia Cooper that is generating online Petition?Her before and after photo.



I am very worried about this whole Eugenia Cooney petition controversy going on.I am not so much worried whether the petition is right or wrong,what bothers me is people are too caught up in all this to stop and say a prayer for this poor girl.It is obvious that Eugena is very ill.Anyone who looks this painfully thin and still dresses half naked showing off her body obviously suffers from the serious syndrome of anorexia and bulimia.The worryingly thin
vlogger has defended her videos as people sign a petition demanding she be banned from YouTube because they fear she is promoting anorexia.
Eugenia Cooney, a 22-year-old New York based video blogger with an online following of almost 1 million, told her Twitter fans Friday: 'It's one thing for people to be attacking me, but when people start attacking my friends and people who stick up for me I feel horrible.'

She added: 'Guys I am so sorry if you're angry at me even though I'm really not trying to do anything wrong but please do not attack other people.'
And two weeks ago she released a YouTube video addressing the criticism, and said she never tried to 'influence anyone badly and I never encourage people to try to look like me'. 

She might say that and she might actually believe that.But when you become a media sensation with almost a million subscribers,mostly young girls,then you are bound to influence people.

Who wants to bet that there are no impressionable young girls out there saying ,well if Eugena can look this way and she is popular with almost a million subscribers,then it must be cool.If i look the same and do what she does,i will be popular too.

But i guess Eugenia cannot see all of this,because she is seriously ill.She needs help fast and i feel for her.



She has received a torrent of abuse and pleas to get help from fans both angry and concerned about her tiny frame. 
Nearly 10,000 people have signed a Change.org petition calling for her to be temporarily banned from YouTube and seek medical help. 
'Eugenia Cooney has a serious medical condition and needs to seek help.  She has been influencing her viewers by her serious underweight condition,' it said. 
'She may not be intentionally influencing her viewers but showing 50 per cent of her body in videos and pictures are not helping girls with anorexia or any eating disorder,' said administrator Lynn Cloud. 
Among those to have signed the petition is one person who claimed their cousin starved herself to look more like the vlogger. 
'My little cousin lost 17lbs because she wanted to look like Eugenia. She is now receiving care. She is only 12-years-old.'
The petition appeared to have been removed from Change.org Friday.
Cooney did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com's requests for comment on Friday morning.   

Since joining YouTube in 2013 after leaving school, Cooney has amassed a following of 893,481 people and receives financial contributions from fans. 
She is also popular on social media with 432,000 Instagram followers and 115,000 fans on Twitter.
Her videos range in content but most include hair, make-up and wardrobe advice from the soft-spoken internet star. 
Some include her mother who appears happily playing dress up with their dog and giving her daughter make-overs to make her look more 'preppy'. 
Cooney is understood to still be living with her parents at their Greenwich, Connecticut, home which was last sold for $1.2million. 
Among the stream of comments beneath recent posts are many condemning her weight. 




Unhinged fans have told the woman how she will 'die soon' unless she 'starts eating', with some angrily accusing her of promoting eating disorders. 
'Look at those legs. I've seen cripples in wheelchairs with thicker legs than those,' said one user beneath a recent video. 
'You look so ill I can see your bones through your skin,' said another. 
Alarmingly, other viewers told her she was 'fat' in mocking posts.  'Lose some weight fat ass,' said one. 
Cooney's images also appear on 'thinspo' accounts and websites. One collage was shared with the hashtags 'bonespo'. 
A Twitter user responded to it: 'I need to be her size.' 
In a Facebook comment on her public page, one person said: 'How many times do I need to throw up a day to look like you?'  



Last week Cooney addressed criticism of her weight in a YouTube video where she revealed she had declined an offer to appear on Dr Phil to discuss it. 
'I'm just kind of naturally like that, I guess. There isn't really a reason,' she giggled in an attempt to explain her size. 
Elsewhere she remarked there had been an increase in negative comments and told anyone who didn't like her content to tune out, apologizing to anyone she had offended.
'I just have noticed there is a lot of hate. I just wanted to say since obviously some people are really, really angry.
'I'm really sorry, I seriously never mean to do that. It kind of sucks that so many people on the internet feel like I'm a really bad person.' 
YouTube would not comment on Cooney's channel. It instead highlighted its list of policies and advised that viewers could flag any content they deemed worrying. 
Any videos which contain 'an express intention to glorify or promote eating disorders' are removed. 
The petition seeks to gain 25,000 signatures.  
I tried so hard to find some Eugenia Cooper before and after photo's and something very strange happened.I could not come up with a single before and after photo,now i really find that very strange.Every celeb has a before and after photo.Eugenia must either have a very strong team working for her who have found a way to block or remove those pictures or......
Story source Daily mail UK.









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