The pictures that I found on "oOo ana's underground grotto oOo" were set up like a gallery and included disgusting photos of women who are suffering from the disease as well as pictures of famous models or actress's. Another part of the gallery showed something called a reverse trigger or a picture of an overweight person, usually a female, usually in a bathing suit. All the pictures were disgusting and not something I would want to look at. "Fragile Innocence" is a very disturbing website that also has pictures but on this site they are used as background. "Fragile Innocence" has lots of links and I found a poem that seems to be about anorexic death, how it is suicide and all the emotions that connect to a person considering killing himself/herself. The poem is called "[s]cared" and is by simply Brittany.
The chat room on "oOo ana's underground grotto oOo" was what stunned me the most. Some of the girls in the chat were teaching others how they "made it" (whatever that is) and what to do. Others were just sharing their experiences with one another. This sharing is what some of the websites are all about: telling your experience, such as with "firegal" who explains that her website "is not intended to encourage people to develop eating disorders" but that she has decided that she doesn't "have the strength to go into recovery. I just want to... [continues]
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