Girls Ask Teen Vogue to Stop Photoshopping; Teen Vogue Asks Girls to STFU [Teen Vogue]

Last week, a 14-year-old girl declared victory in her campaign to convince Seventeen magazine to incorporate images of “Real Girls” into its pages. What she gained (besides lots of press coverage) isn’t completely clear; Julia Bluhm petitioned Seventeen to cut down on Photoshopped images by printing “one unaltered photo spread” per month, and editor-in-chief Anna Shoket responded by vowing to readers the magazine would “help make your life amazing!” and “give you the confidence to walk into any room and own it.” More »

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