Consumers Demand More Realistic Images of Beauty

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Spain's proposed ban on late night beauty ads coincides with fashion industry trends touting healthier, more realistic images of women.

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Janet

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Jan 27, 2010
 
Could it be that finally the waif has lost her appeal?
Alex

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Jan 28, 2010
 
God I hope so.
Lilly Pad

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The tide hath turned.
George Barnett

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Jan 31, 2010
 
Janet wrote:
Could it be that finally the waif has lost her appeal?
Nah,technology to the rescue.We now have tv screens big enough to encompass that fatass.

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