Seventeen magazine announces "Body Peace Treaty" after internet petition lead by a 14 year-old Julia Bluhm became viral.  

14 year-old Julia Bluhm, created a petition to change images posted on Seventeen magazine to stop altering models photos, instead use one 'real' photo per month of the models posing for the magazine.

The petition started small but grew too over 85,000 signatures and growing. The new trend is not to only target 'Seventeen' but other Teen-magazines as well, that impact image conscious teenagers throughout the country.

Julia Bluhm portrays herself as 8th grader, interested in dancing ballet, but also as a feminist who want to stop sexualization and stereotypes of girls in the media, in her petition

Seventeen in their August 2012 issue released a new 'Body Peace Treaty' pledging to:

Help make your life amazing! you have big dreams and we want you to achieve every singe one of them!

Never change girls' body or face shapes (Never have, never will)

Celebrate every kind of beauty in our pages. Without a range of body types, skin tones, heights and hair textures, the magazine-and the world-would be boring!

Always feature real girls and models who are healthy. Regardless of clothing size, being healthy is about honoring your natural shape.

Be totally up-front about what goes into our photo shoots. You can go behind the scenes on our Tumblr ( and see the whole shebang!

Listen carefully to you. If something in the magazine confuses you or make you feel bad, we want to hear about it.

Bluhm, recently told New York Times that she is pleased but she and SPARK aren't done yet. The next target will be "Teen Vogue" to pledge similar vows.