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A 14-year-old, Julia Bluhm, has defeated Seventeen Magazine,

A 14-year-old, Julia Bluhm, has defeated Seventeen Magazine, the most widely distributed teen girls’ magazine in the U.S.—at least for now. Because of Julia’s online petition asking Seventeen to run unaltered photos to show its readers what real beauty and real girls look like, which was signed by 80,000 people, the editors of Seventeen caved. In Seventeen’s August issue, the magazine’s Editor in Chief announced that the magazine vows not to use Photoshop to alter the face shape and body sizes of its teen models, and that it will feature a diversity of models with different body shapes, races, and hair textures — a coup for girls and women. Now it’s up to us to keep the fire to Seventeen’s feet. Though chances are that Julia will likely do that for us. :

COLORLINES/TUMBLR: Here’s What a Less Racist ‘Vanity Fair’ Hollywood Issue Cover Would Look Like

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This should not come at a shock for anyone because Vanity Fair has moved actors and models of color to the sides of pages for decades but here it is anyway: the March “Hollywood Issue” cover put an all white cast of actresses on the cover and saved the two black actress…

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