Emilia Clarke Speaks Out About Editing Apps, Saying They Should Be Banned

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Emilia Clarke, Khaleesi herself, did an interview with Miss Vogue and she opened up about the pressures that come from social media. She talked about how screwed we are because we have all the editing and that no one actually looks like that!

She also opened up about how past movie posters she's been on have been heavily retouched! This is where it gets interesting. Emilia said, "I struggle with the girl next door also editing their pictures. It's not right. I think that the apps that make people airbrush themselves and look thinner or look clearer skinned should be banned."

You know what, I must admit, I use Facetune. I brighten my photos and I've cleared up my skin before. I'm guilty of it because it's just on my phone and so easy. But, I am SO here for this editing ban. I think this is really a great proposition and maybe we can even start a movement around it?

We need to start a hashtag, #FacetuneFree - what do you think?


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