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Teen To Host Mock Photo Shoot Outside Seventeen Magazine, Demanding Un-Photoshopped Spreads

A 14-year-old girl is currently battling an age-old problem: photo manipulation. Julia Bluhm has petitioned for Seventeen magazine to "commit to printing one unaltered—real—photo spread per month," noting that "girls want to be accepted, appreciated and liked. And when they don't fit the criteria, some girls like to fix themselves. This can lead to eating disorders, dieting, depression and low self-esteem.
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