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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Check out this article by Lisa Bloom on the Huffington Post

 "I went to a dinner party at a friend's home last weekend, and met her five-year-old daughter for the first time....."

How to Talk to Little Girls

Thursday, June 16, 2011

“One size fits all” no longer applies to mannequins."

Stores Demand Mannequins With Personality (Heads Optional)

"With retailers fighting for customers in the sluggish economic recovery, the generic white, hairless, skinny mannequin is being pushed aside by provocative alternatives that entice shoppers with muscles, unusual poses, famous faces and lifelike bodies."


Saturday, June 4, 2011

The Daily Beast on extreme photoshopping

Caroline Forsling

"The former Sports Illustrated model was so outraged at an Estée Lauder ad that she says Photoshopped her image to make her older that she just sued the company for $2 million. The ad was for Plantscription, an "anti-aging serum" for women over 45—but Forsling is a mere 35. She’s claiming that the enhancement—or in her view, degradation—has irreparably damaged her career. She says she never used the product and it's deceptive advertising...."


Andy Roddick

"Men’s Fitness wants to know: How do you build BIG arms in five easy moves? When it comes to Andy Roddick, apparently the answer has more to do with Photoshop than tennis. After posing for this shot in early 2007, tennis superstar Roddick reportedly did a double take when he saw the magazine while walking through a Rome airport—noting that his biceps had been blown into “22-inch guns” and a prominent birthmark on his right arm had been removed. And while a Men’s Fitness spokesman responded to the scandal by saying he didn’t see “the big issue,” Roddick joked that he was “pretty sure I’m not as fit as the [cover] suggests.” Does Hulk Hogan want his arms back?"

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