Google Aims to Make Google Doodles Gender Balanced

On Thursday, the SPARK Movement released a pie chart that revealed that over the past three years, the majority of Google Doodles featuring people on Google's homepage were of men. Responding swiftly, Google said they were aware of the issue and hoped to have men and women represented equally in 2014. » 2/27/14 1:15pm 2/27/14 1:15pm

Teen Vogue Will Never Pledge to Promote 'Beauty in All Forms' Because…

Now 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… » 7/13/12 4:10pm 7/13/12 4:10pm

Girls Ask Teen Vogue to Ditch Photoshop, Get Berated by Editor-in-Chief

After 14-year-old Julia Bluhm delivered 25,000 signatures on a petition to ban Photoshop from Seventeen magazine, the editors promised not to alter girls' faces or bodies, but didn't outright agree to stop Photoshopping its models and celebrity subjects — and they did not commit to publishing any unretouched photo… » 7/12/12 2:25pm 7/12/12 2:25pm