This follows a report that found "a correlation between unhealthy behavior in adolescents who are exposed to images of skinny, airbrushed models."
“The weight of the evidence . . . shows that thin, ‘perfected’ media images have a detrimental effect on how girls and women think and feel about their own bodies," said Dr. Helga Dittmar of the University of Sussex, one of the authors of the report.
Interesting; do you think the US should take a stand on airbrushed photography, too?