You definitely bring up a good point, but it’s a little different than what I was trying to say.
My article’s goal was to hope that one day girls can look at magazines without judging their own bodies.
Magazines have a responsibility to their readers: to protect their self-esteem, self-worth and self-image. Not everyone looks like a model. But by using more “real” photos, girls will feel better about themselves in comparison.
Your point is speaking more to a whole other issue, it sounds like. I’m not debating 1D’s lyrics and if they apply to every single girl in the world. In general though, the message they’re trying to send does apply to most people - and it’s not a bad message, to boot.