Supreme supermodel Karlie Kloss recently had rib removal, courtesy of a computer. But if thin is in, why edit her natural bone structure?
"We've become conditioned to expect perfected images of skinny, apparently boneless, smooth little girls in our magazines," says Jenna Sauers, a model and blogger at Jezebel.com. "In a certain way, we've come to rely on Photoshop to insulate us from the sharp reality of what maintaining an industry-approved fighting weight can do to a human body."
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First models were too fat, now they're too thin. Can anyone win the beauty game?
Stars airbrushed to look bigger, curvier, and less muscular.
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