Seventeen journal has a new 'body peace treaty," after an online suit drive. The biweekly agreed to show images of teens and women as they really are, without editing photos to make subjects look better. Now, two New York teens, Carina Cruz and Emma Stydahar, are turning their regardfulness to Teen Vogue magazine, and have launched a similar push in the hopes that Teen Vogue will also pledge "not to alter any model's body or face and to ritualize beauty in all its forms." They spoke to Rebecca Jarvis and Anthony Mason, along with supermodel and body image coach Emme, on "CBS This Morning: Saturday."
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