I am pretty against photoshopping and manipulating people and their bodies and features. I'm against it because I doesn't seem very realistic, comparing what the average person looks like to the people photoshopped in magazines and ads. If it's for a clothing ad or magazine, and they photoshop the person and the clothes they're wearing, then the clothes that look good on the photoshopped and unrealistic person probably don't look the same on other people in real life. But if the photoshop is being used in a way that doesn't totally change the look of the model, then I'm all for it. Like if it's used to fix maybe a very noticeable blemish on someone's face. But if it's used to change someones face and body features completely, like the length of their arms, legs, neck or how big or small their eyes or lips are, then I really don't think they should be using it for that kind of thing. It gives off the idea that no one's supposed to have blemishes, or flaws, or be a certain height, or have a certain skin tone, or not have stretch marks or anything at all on their bodies.