Topic: Ann Shoket
Teens protested outside the offices of Teen Vogue on Wednesday, demanding that the fashion magazine stop altering its photos and use diverse models. Last week, Seventeen magazine promised to stop altering its images.
In response to a girl-led campaign to change the way women are portrayed in the media, Seventeen magazine has vowed to stop photoshopping its models and to promote healthy body images for its young readers.
Seventeen magazine vows to never change the shape of girls' faces or bodies in photos. If we don’t reconfigure the way girls see themselves on TV, in movies, and in magazines, even smart teens will believe the media lie that their worth is in fastidious attention to the superficial.