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Taylor Swift Revealed How She Learned To Reject 'Toxic Messages" Regarding Her Body

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By Clark Sparky

British Vogue magazine announced on Sunday that Taylor Swift will be on the cover of its first issue of 2020. They revealed several of the photos of Swift from the issue, and on Thursday the magazine shared a video of Swift being interview by editor-in-chief Edward Enninful.

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Swift will be turning 30 on December 13, so the two discussed what she learned from her '20s.

"I sort of equate my 20s with walking into a costume shop and trying on all these different costumes, and then walking out of the costume shop in my regular outfit and being like, 'I'm cool with who I am'," she explained.

"There were times when I played hundreds of shows in a year and I was like 17 years-old, and I would get exhausted and burned out," she said.

She says that now that she's entering her '30s, she has a new understanding of herself and her body.

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"I now can really recognize and diagnose toxic messages being sent to me by society, by culture, about my body. I'm a woman, I'm not a coat hanger," she said. "I need to feel healthy in my life and I need to take pleasure in food and I need to not use my body as an exercise of control when I feel out of control in my life."

Earlier this year, Swift wrote a piece of Elle magazine about the 30 things she learned before turning 30. She opened up about self-acceptance in that, as well.

"I learned to stop hating every ounce of fat on my body," she wrote. "I worked hard to retrain my brain that a little extra weight means curves, shinier hair, and more energy. I think a lot of us push the boundaries of dieting, but taking it too far can be really dangerous. There is no quick fix. I work on accepting my body every day."

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