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Seventeen editor in chief Ann Shoket writes in the latest issue that the magazine's staff has signed a "Body Peace Treaty" that promises to "never change girls' body or face shapes" in photos.
July 5, 2012 Julia Bluhm, 14, rounded up 80,000 signatures with an online petition, and that convinced the magazine to promise not to digitally alter editorial photos of teen models. The editor in chief writes that Seventeen "never has, never will."
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