If steroids are illegal for athletes, shouldn’t Photoshop be illegal for model…

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If steroids are illegal for athletes, shouldn’t Photoshop be illegal for models?

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if steroids are illegal for athletes shouldnt photoshop be illegal for model


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stephanie wanamaker
stephanie wanamaker
9 years ago

seems fair !

Arleen Boyd
Arleen Boyd
9 years ago

Yes!

Heather L
Heather L
9 years ago

Agree 100%

Arleen Boyd
Arleen Boyd
9 years ago

And the complex and low self-esteem it gives teenage girls is well documented. Just sayin….

stephanie wanamaker
stephanie wanamaker
9 years ago

+Arleen Boyd +10

Jenny Mackie
Jenny Mackie
9 years ago

photoshop and airbrushing is the most ridiculous thing in the world for the fashion and model industry! Why do they sell what isnt real???? These woman and men have blemishes they have flabby bits and scars and strecth marks!

Melody Migas
Melody Migas
9 years ago

Yes!
I'm tired of seeing impossible bodies and freaky faces.

Maryanne Smith
Maryanne Smith
9 years ago

Totally agree!

Grace O
Grace O'Malley
9 years ago

Oh heck yeah! I'd rather see a real athlete perform and I'd prefer to see a 'real' person instead of an airbrushed/photoshopped creation.

Amanda Blain
Amanda Blain
9 years ago

i thought this photo was crazy! Her ribs are gone !

Maateeoo ell piioolaa
Maateeoo ell piioolaa
9 years ago

Mother oh photoshop!!!!

faith brisk
faith brisk
9 years ago

whatever

Breana Van Den Heuvel
Breana Van Den Heuvel
9 years ago

I like the first picture better.

Jenny Mackie
Jenny Mackie
9 years ago

Was this picture genuine? like was it in a magazine ir something?? or is it just an example of what is done to make models look "perfect"

Sarah Rios
Sarah Rios
9 years ago

That is a seriously bad photoshop job. But on subject, yes, I think it needs to be illegal or at minimum regulated for models. (Yeah, okay, get rid of your facial blemishes. But don't photoshop out the 5-10 extra pounds that make you look less anorexic.)

Tim Butram
Tim Butram
9 years ago

+Jenny Mackie They sell what's not real because it makes more money 😛

Christian Ngouffo Gnondji
Christian Ngouffo Gnondji
9 years ago

lol this makes me laught

Jenny Mackie
Jenny Mackie
9 years ago

+Tim Butram which is sad! there are real people out there who become mentally depressed and self abusing themselves through eating disorders because of what the media puts out there every second of the day!

Jenny Mackie
Jenny Mackie
9 years ago

At the end of the day its lots of money….or your health

Sajan Tschan
Sajan Tschan
9 years ago

it very fair
made house

Jenny Mackie
Jenny Mackie
9 years ago

I would pick healthy over money! ANY DAY nothing more important than looking after yourself

Sajan Tschan
Sajan Tschan
9 years ago

okok

Jenny Mackie
Jenny Mackie
9 years ago

its ridiculous how magazines and TV promote and show all these tips and tricks to healthy skin e.t.c when infact the woman they see dont use the product, they are just airbrushed and photoshopped…..

Amanda Blain
Amanda Blain
9 years ago

This was from an article in +Glamour Magazine… there is a service that will touch up your vacation photos for you.. so you look.. photoshopbarfriffic

Sajan Tschan
Sajan Tschan
9 years ago

do you speak french or deutsch

Travis Armour
Travis Armour
9 years ago

I totally know what you mean. I've spent all morning looking for things that are just unpleasant to look at. Scars, body fat, you name it. I would so rather see that, than pleasant things. Makes me want to buy stuff.

David Sarachman
David Sarachman
9 years ago

What if the "after" was actually the "before" and they were just two models looking for a more normal vacation picture…would we be so quick to judge? Maybe it's not our outsides that need to be Photoshopped…but our insides. Just kidding that was ridiculous.

Jenny Mackie
Jenny Mackie
9 years ago

Photoshop would be cool to touch up here and there but not to exaggerate it like this!

Holly Jahangiri
Holly Jahangiri
9 years ago

Wouldn't that just encourage more unhealthy practices among models? What's probably needed is regulation like in Spain – where models must be a healthy weight for their height, and then we get rid of Photoshop, too. Otherwise it's almost worse, as more and more will try to achieve this unrealistic look without benefit of photomanipulation!

Jenny Mackie
Jenny Mackie
9 years ago

+David Sarachman you made me giggle! Wouldnt that be something though lol

Amanda Blain
Amanda Blain
9 years ago

+Travis Armour that is the most ignorant statement ive ever heard on this topic. Removing a persons rib cage so she looks 'sexy' is a media constructed device… its not beautiful. Society defines beauty. but this is the first time in history that "beauty" is actually not physically achievable or realistic. (besides maybe the corset phase) 🙂

Rob Go
Rob Go
9 years ago

Why would anyone think that's real??

Armando José Lira de Souza
Armando José Lira de Souza
9 years ago

This photo was edited with photoshop?

David Sarachman
David Sarachman
9 years ago

I think we need legislation that whenever a company uses subtle Photoshopping in a picture that they need to include something ridiculously awesome to identify the manipulation. Like In the above shot behind six pack and no ribs they put in the background Godzilla eating a taco. That way kids would no something was fishy…besides the taco.

M Monica
M Monica
9 years ago

+Amanda Blain I am so down with this concept. Resharing. This trend really disturbs and bothers me.

Clare Cosgrove
Clare Cosgrove
9 years ago

Honestly I start foaming at the mouth when I start thinking about this one…just needs to stop.

Adm Eldeeb
Adm Eldeeb
9 years ago

nice

John Fanavans
John Fanavans
9 years ago

Philosorator said it best methinks

plus.google.com/u/0/118328436599489401972/posts/c3VEBmHqVUU

Runar Bell
Runar Bell
9 years ago

So what can we do to stop this? Stop buying products that uses anorexic models and/or photoshops them… Oh, wait… Nothing left to buy then! There has been lots of examples of bad photoshop jobs, where models suddenly looses an arm, looses some ribs, a leg, etc, but people in general don't care 🙁

Sandy Tan
Sandy Tan
9 years ago

wait, you mean those abs aren't real?? I've been busting my ass for the last 20 years when I could have just… oh gawd, I've been doing it all wrong!

Cynthia Salmon
Cynthia Salmon
9 years ago

I agree that it should be or at least maybe have a warning caption saying it has been photo shopped. I understand the concept of magazine and the fashion world wanting to have everything look perfect in order to make a profit but that is not the real world we live in and so many women are having major plastic surgery just to get that 'perfection' and the ages are getting ridiculously younger.

Melody Migas
Melody Migas
9 years ago

I hate the wrinkle cream ads that are Photoshopped. Diane Keaton 66 and hardly a wrinkle.

Holly Jahangiri
Holly Jahangiri
9 years ago

Wilhelmina told of having her back teeth removed to get that "hollow cheeked" look.

Tonya Jacques
Tonya Jacques
9 years ago

Heck naw lol 😀 that is too funny:D

Duygu Demiray
Duygu Demiray
9 years ago

photoshop SHOULD be illegal for some people…

Ethan Erickson
Ethan Erickson
9 years ago

lol

Joey Morgan
Joey Morgan
9 years ago

BRAVO!!

Kiona Monsalvo
Kiona Monsalvo
9 years ago

yeah!!! I agree

Davy Jones
Davy Jones
9 years ago

It should be against the rules.

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