Super Thin Models? What Really Drives Anorexia, According To Ann Coulter

Best-selling author and conservative commentator Ann Coulter stopped by Good Day LA on Tuesday. She was here to promote her role as Vice President in the upcoming film Sharknado 3, but her, Steve and Araksya got on the topic of anorexia and how models are becoming super thin.

"What drives anorexia isn't women trying to be attractive. Contrary to what most people think, it's often women trying to be unattractive to men because of often abuse. It's like the reverse of purposefully making yourself heavy."

In the video above, you can also hear Ann say, "You're not trying to be glamorous. You're trying to make yourself look like a young boy and not have sexual characteristics that are attractive to men."

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Ann says she went to see the doctor a long time ago because her friends said she was too thin, and the doctor said she didn't have anorexia. To watch the entire interview on Good Day LA, click here.

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