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The self-punishment, and the self-hatred is our battle in this culture, she said.
Beyond telling a scintillating story, Lauren said she wrote her memoir to encourage women to have more compassion for each other, and themselves.
She argued that her story reveals a commonality of experience for American women, in a society that judges them by strict standards of physical beauty.
As a teenager, Lauren said she developed self-esteem and body image issues that still plague her.
I felt ugly, fat, not good enough, not smart enough, she said.
In reality, the women were the merchandise in a high-class meat market catering to a single customer: Prince Jefri, a man with an appetite difficult to satisfy.