There are some new rules at some summer camps. They've prohibited kids from talking about anyone's appearance in any way. That rule includes both insults and compliments.
New York's Eden Village Camp has enforced the no body-talk rule.
No one, including the staff, can comment on anyone else's physical appearance.
"It's kind to try to get to know people deeper for who they really are and that's just the nice thing to do for yourself because it will give you more self-esteem to talk about deeper things," camp attendee Rachel Eden said.
Some critics say not allowing kids to talk about certain issues, prevents them from learning how to deal with what they're feeling.
Still, Eden Village Camp says some of the kids like the rule so much, they ask their parents to start doing it at home.
Some summer camps enforce no body-talk rule