Tavi Gevinson Thinks "Seventeen" Magazine's Headlines Are Just As Bad As Its Photoshopped Models
The 16-year-old Rookie editor applauds the girls behind the Seventeen Photoshop petition, but thinks that the magazine's body-shaming goes beyond its images: "The effects of headlines under the 'health' section about your back-to-school body are still there. It took me a little bit once middle school started to realize that if I didn't read Seventeen, I didn't feel obligated to watch what I eat. Language is powerful, along with photos."
Teens Demand "Teen Vogue" Stop Promoting Unrealistic Beauty Standards
Following protests, Seventeen magazine pledged not to alter models' faces or body shapes with Photoshop and to portray a more diverse image of beauty in its pages. A group of teens is now asking Teen Vogue to do the same — and says Victoria's Secret could be their next target.
20 Dated Celebrity Endorsements From Over A Decade Ago
Victoria Beckham for Polaroid! Jesse Eisenberg for Oxy! Fergie for Bongo Jeans! Pink for Jelly Roll gel pens! Looking back, it seems like any ol' celebrity would slap their name onto a now-dated product with little remorse for how it would translate years later.