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Girl Guides Demand Photoshopped-Images Labelling Law: Bunty Burqa Magazine Out Now

by | 4th, August 2010

THE Girl Guides say that airbrushed and photoshopped celebrity photos place damaging and unrealistic pressures o n young women. Such pictures should be labelled with health warning, they argue, to avoid the ladies vying for “unobtainable ideals”.

At a camp in West Yorkshire, around 20,000 Guides are being asked to sign a petition calling for David Cameron to introduce a law forcing magazines to inform readers when photographs have been airbrushed. Other than Readers’ Wives and Motorhome Now , all other magazines will come with picture of a sobbing child and the words:

WARNING: MAGAZINES CAN SERIOUSLY DAMAGE YOUR SELF-ESTEEM.

Anorak would go further and seek indentifying marks for tanning products, hair extensions, make-up, depilation and sprays. Given the editorial time spent on identifying all that, publisher will give up and the Bunty

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