Do you want to know if this picture has been airbrushed ?
20 thousand have signed a petition urging the British PM David Cameron to force magazines to tell readers when photographs have been digitally enhanced.
They say airbrushing is undermining the self-confidence of an entire generation.
We've been here before of course. The picture above caused a bit of upset to Kate Winslet who'd approved the original images, but not the re-touched ones.
Keira Knightley complained about the U.S publicity posters for King Arthur as they had been changed to give here bigger breasts ;
"Those things certainly weren't mine " she said.
There were 700 complaints about a commercial which made 60 year old model Twiggy look wrinkle-free.
Britney Spears however,allowed pre-airbrushed images to be seen alongisde the enhanced ones in a magazine shoot in April.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists has already complained about unhealthy images contributing to eating disorders..
So why don't magazines agree to carry a mark or a sign on the photo to let everyone know that the model or celebrity doesn't really look like that ?
Is it down to the models themselves not to consent to having their images manipulated ?