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Debate: Should magazines digitally enhance their subjects?

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Magazines are increasingly digitally enhancing their subjects, particularly enhancing certain elements of their human figure (ie, their breasts, the buttocks, the shape of their jaw, and in various other ways). Is this justified?

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