I was encouraged to do and be whatever I wanted whilst growing up. I spent most of my childhood blissfully unaware of inequality between the sexes. I played exactly the same games as boys, I did all the same sports as the boys, and I never placed a lot of value in the way I looked or considered the perceptions by others of my body. I went through childhood happily enjoying my personal space and largely enjoyed freedom from comments regarding my physical appearance. And yet, upon arrival at secondary school, during the very beginnings of puberty, I started to feel as though something had shifted. A significant change had come about regarding the relationship I had with my body….