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Wests Tigers’ John Skandalis and Liam Fulton were at Circular Quay this morning to help launch the Butterfly Foundation’s Don’t Dis My Appearance.

The campaign invites people to paint their middle finger for the month of May as a symbol against negative body image and to make a donation to help individuals living with an eating disorder.

In 2014, approximately one million Australians were living with an eating disorder and this fundraising campaign is helping make a stand against negative body image and encourage healthy living within the community.

Both Skandalis and Fulton were amongst a number of people to paint their middle finger nail this morning, while also encouraging others to do the same on their way to work today.

For full details on how you can get involved, visit www.dontdismyappearance.org.au during the month of May.

Wests Ashfield Leagues and Phil Gilbert Motor Group are proud community partners of Wests Tigers.

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