Following a well-organized and highly publicized protest by teenage women, Seventeen magazine has agreed not to Photoshop its models to unrealistic proportions and to use more realistic-looking models in its pages. Emboldened by their victory, teen girls from the same group that targeted Seventeen are asking the same of Teen Vogue.

Julia Bluhm, 14, achieved drew attention from media outlets ranging from the New York Times to ABC News this week when Seventeen editor Ann Shoket agreed to her demands and unveiled the “Body Peace Treaty,” in which the magazine pledged to “Never change girls’ body or face shapes” and “always feature real girls and models who are healthy.”

Continues – Teens Demand “Teen Vogue” Stop Promoting Unrealistic Beauty Standards.