Teen Vogue Will Never Pledge to Promote 'Beauty in All Forms' Because It Doesn't Want toKatie J.M. Baker7/13/12 4:10pmFiled to: Mag HagMagazinesTeen MagazinesTeen VoguePhotoshopAmy AstleyEmma StydaharCarina CruzSpark movementTopFb642EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkNow that Seventeen Magazine has listened to its readers and promised not to alter the faces or bodies of their models and "celebrate diverse beauty," teenage activists are setting their sights on Teen Vogue. But the second most popular teen magazine has made it clear that it doesn't care about being accessible. It's never been about that, anyhow. When 14-year-old Julia Bluhm met with Seventeen editors to discuss her anti-photoshop campaign, she was greeted with friendly smiles, cupcakes and, eventually, pretty solid success: EIC Ann Shoket included a "body peace treaty" in the magazine's August issue that vowed to "never change girls' body or face shapes," "celebrate every kind of beauty in our pages," "always feature real girls and models who are healthy" and "be totally up-front about what goes into our photo shoots" by showing behind-the-scenes photos on their Tumblr.