I will be brief with this due to time that I have, But I can partly agree only. As an editor for print media you were dealing with people that exhibit long attention span. The place where the “wrong body” point is used is generally TV were the attention span is much lower; try around 25 seconds. If they can not get a good idea of what is being said in 25 seconds, you lose them. So, I would say give them something else that is around five seconds to read on air that is better. I can’t think of anything myself, but I haven’t done serious writing for a long time and as sort of out of practice on those skills.
Why so lavish? Or maybe the question should be, “why not?” Saying that the girls don’t deserve to have something beautiful is akin to assigning them to adhere to the presumption that they will remain living in poor conditions. The big closets in their dormitories allow them the chance to dream big, to believe that they can fill these closets with their potential, and things that they learn how to earn. During the opening ceremony on January 2, 2007, Oprah explains, “If you are surrounded by beautiful things and wonderful teachers who inspire you, that beauty brings out the beauty in you.” Beautiful surroundings also encourage the girls to think of themselves as beautiful and deserving, which only helps to support them in their achievements.