• Zand_Kilch

    As much as white promoting sexual abusing Lena gets called out that’s kinda ironic

  • Marie

    Can you please link to the things you’re talking about? I mean, I know how to use google, but still.

    Also, came across this, where the magazine says that they didn’t use photoshop. : http://www.theguardian.com/culture/2016/mar/02/lena-dunham-apologies-after-photoshop-misunderstanding-its-a-weird-feeling-to-not-recognise-your-own-body-anymore

    No idea how true it is, to me it still kind of looks different, but I’m not an expert.

  • Snackles

    Maybe it’s time for a retraction?

  • Father

    The last sentence doesn’t parse grammatically.

    “To the ignorant people who think sending out false images of a woman who is proud of her body, have a seat.”

    The ignorant people think *what* about sending out false images? You told us that they think something of sending out false images but then you never complete that clause.

    Possible fixes:
    * Specify what is thought: “To the ignorant people who think NOTHING OF sending out false images of a woman who is proud of her body, have a seat.”
    * Remove “who think”: “To the ignorant people sending out false images of a woman who is proud of her body, have a seat.”

    • Jo Perrett

      That was bugging me too (‘:

  • Ballookey Klugeypop

    I thought the reason I couldn’t see any difference between the magazine cover and the original photo was because the magazine cover was a terrible photo-of-a-printed magazine.

    Turns out there was no difference between the two. So much for a “completely obvious” Photoshop job.