I feel like any time I need help, it's a really sensitive subject. I'll try to keep this one short. Scifi story, sometimes pokes fun at old pulp fiction stories. In the story, I have a character that, according to some people I've talked to, sounds like she has aneating disorder. And I never thought about it that way until now, so I'm really worried about how to approach this. Betty (placeholder name) uses a mass displacer to LITERALLY move her body weight to a pocket dimension. She does this to fit in with a very shallow but very powerful galactic police force. And when I mean shallow, I mean, they care about 50% image, and 50% keeping the police and doing their freaking jobs. She appears thin, busty, super model looking woman. She's also one of the force's top agents and they're "poster girl". Times have changed and she badly wanted to reveal what her real body looks like but is more afraid of the backlash she will get for lying all this time. Especially since her image is so public. The story concludes with her revealing herself, and proving that she is still one of the most badass members of the force. Things to note: It is another woman that convinces her. Betty is NOT a main character until the second chapter. And after that, she goes back to being a side character. The mass displacer, if used too much, can harm the original body. Aaaaaand it was at that point that I was told it sounds like Betty has an eating disorder. Which never entered my mind once. When I first came up with this idea, I was picturing the mass displacer as some kind of sci-fi equivalent of a corset from the 1800s. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corset_controversy I'm trying to research eating disorders but... I'll be honest, I have no idea what I'm doing HELP.