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CBS 2 Interviews Dr. Kerulis on Met Gala's 'Revealing' Dresses 05.05.15
CBS 2 Interviews Dr. Kerulis on Met Gala's 'Revealing' Dresses
05.05.15

CBS 2 Chicago talked with Michele Kerulis, Ed.D., about reactions to the more 'revealing' dresses worn by celebrities at the 2015 Met Gala. In her interview, Kerulis warned about the messages being sent to young girls.

“When they see their favorite stars dressing away that is over sexualized and they see all the attention that the women receive, I think the young girls think they have to dress that way in order to get attention as well,” Kerulis said.

Dr. Kerulis is a licensed clinical professional counselor and certified sport psychology consultant. She is also program director of Adler University's counseling specialization in sport and health psychology.

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