The group has decided to keep the young animal in the wild.
"[I]t is ALWAYS best for young eagles to develop bonds and learn life skills from parent eagles.
Underneath the video, more than 12,000 comments have been submitted ranging from the concerned ('you are asking for paedos') to the approving ('God made you beautiful') and the downright nasty ('ugly as f***').
Her new show, which will top the billing at the Camden People's Theatre from the 23rd October until the 5th November, is based on her experiences and begins with her posing the pretty/ugly question to the audience.
Among them are 'Smile Love Beauty8', a pretty dark haired girl who appears to be no older than 13, whose video shows her striking a series of poses, including provocative shots of her lying in bed and a close-up of her cleavage.
Some of the girls point out their own flaws, such as small ears, or an odd shaped face, but they’re seeking public validation of their beauty.
Take a look at one video in particular: OK, brace yourself, coz i WILL be honest. i think you are too beautiful, but i hate your hair…
Look, I know that’s a combative headline and maybe not the best way to kick things off, but please believe me when I say I’m not here to cause trouble. In fact, I used to have your job, and I know how hard it is. And on the road to here you fought fierce battles, Mad Max style, with colleagues from all over campus about what the primary purpose of the website should be and who its primary audience is and who actually owns the content. I MEAN HECK, your new homepage probably even features a HUGE artsy photograph (or maybe even some fancy drone video footage! Look, I love great, inspiring design as much as the next marketer, but it’s absolutely undeniably true that sometimes “best practices” in the design world are at odds with clarity and ease of use. Can you honestly say that your web design decisions are based on what’s easiest for your prospective customers and not simply what you think “looks good”?
After all, you just unloaded a big chunk of budget on it! So let’s just take a hot second to look each other dead in the eyes, marketer to marketer, and acknowledge that that you and your team, against staggering odds, darn near singlehandedly brought the most powerful weapon in your school’s marketing arsenal out of the design and UX dark ages! 2) Don’t let marketing (or branding) get in the way of good communication. Design should always serve the needs of communication, and design should always solve problems, not exacerbate them.