We're used to seeing stick-thin models in the pages of magazines and on billboards but what if fashion advertisements actually
We live in an image-obsessed, fat-phobic, thin is in, skinny jean-wearing, thigh gap-measuring, binging and purging, forever dieting, body-hating society where kids barely out of preschool are begging their mothers to keep them home from school because they feel like they're too fat to fit in. And that pisses me off.
When I was much younger people saw me as being so beautiful or sosmart. Some who knew me very well, actually saw both. I
Dove Canada says it has created a Photoshop Action that reverts edited images back to their original, un-airbrushed state
I headed out to NYC to speak to the editor of Seventeen magazine about unrealistic photos of girls. So, Seventeen, I hope you understand what I'm saying. Photoshop hurts girls. We want to see pictures that look like us, in a magazine that's supposed to be for us.
Canadian model Coco Rocha isn't the only one who's angry over the way models are being Photoshopped by magazines. Julia Bluhm