If you don’t like something, change it. This 14-year-old is working to do just that. Julia Bluhm of Waterville, Maine, is petitioning Seventeen magazine to “give girls images of real girls!” Julia has started a petition on change.org, challenging the magazine to include  one unaltered—real—photo spread in each month’s issue. “I want to see regular girls that look like me in a magazine that’s supposed to be for me,” Julia writes, noting that unrealistic images can lead girls to want to “fix” themselves, which “can lead to eating disorders, dieting, depression and low self-esteem. Already she has almost 30,000 signatures. Julia led a protest outside Seventeen publisher, Hearst, in Manhattan on May 2nd. For more fantastic MamiTV videos and content, visit Mamiverse!