Do Magazines Marketed to Teens Send Wrong Message?

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I am wondering what people think about this topic. I personally believe that most magazines do send the wrong message to teens about eating and being the "right" weight and if you aren't you should do the proper diet. Also about beauty and cosmetics, that you need the certain makeup for you to look beautiful and "hot".

There are lots of tips that aparently help you find your own "hot" look. Some magazines even have tips on how to snag a boyfriend and make it seem like without a boyfriend you are hopeless and pointless, making girls feel self conscious of themselves.

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With the right weight some girls go to extremes and make themselves throw up and starve themselves. Jeopardizing there health and putting them in danger. Those are only some of conceptions of some people. If you will please show your side of view I would be thankful. :-)