Two Self editors have proclaimed that their magazine was right in airbrushing Kelly Clarkson's body on their September issue, saying that covers shouldn't reflect reality, to "inspire women to want to be their best."

"Inspire women to be their best?" It's airbrushing like this that makes women all over the world sick with conditions like anorexia and bullimia, and addiction to plastic surgery. All the pain they have to go through to look like one of those things on magazine covers. Is that women at their "best"?

Does "Total Body Confidence" mean having to airbrush your pictures to an unrealistic image, just so that strangers will have a fake perception of you? We think not.

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