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After successfully securing a Photoshop-free spread in Seventeen magazine, teens are now turning their attention to Teen Vogue, asking them to ditch Photoshop too. So far, 22,000 people have signed the petition calling for the publication to use “real girls.” The magazine’s PR rep told Adweek, “Teen Vogue makes a conscious and continuous effort to promote a positive body image among our readers. We feature healthy models on the pages of our magazine and shoot dozens of non-models and readers every year and do not retouch them to alter their body size… Teen Vogue pledges to continue this practice.” The Wall Street Journal takes a look at how Apple is slowly approaching the world of mobile payments.
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