In the Mail today, an article about the campaign by a leading Liberal Democrat politician to outlaw flattering Photoshopping of pictures for fears it 'ruins the esteem of teens'.
Now, I don't want to state the obvious - actually, who am I kidding? - but this story would be a bit more convincing from a newspaper that hadn't regularly used Photoshop, very badly, on its own photographs.
Anyway, here's the article on the Mail's very own Femail section of the website...
Hmm. That picture of the woman's face that illustrates the 'Femail' section of the website... I mean... well, it's just that... of course, maybe she does have perfect flawless skin, but... well... you know... isn't it?
And if the Lib Dems were looking for a publication which really could have an impact on teens' esteem, perhaps they could look at one which regularly accuses celebrity females of being either too fat or too thin...? Just an idea of where might be a better place to start.