gap skinnyWe’ve seen some heavily airbrushed celebs in ads and retouched models on websites, but the Gap’s representation of women might be the scariest. A Boing-Boing writer’s wife took a photo of a mannequin at a Gap store in London.  Adding insult to injury: it’s next to a giant sign that reads “Always Skinny.” This is in reference to their 1969 always skinny jeans which claim to “visually elongate the entire body.” Well, we suppose this mannequin illustrates that, but the emaciated figure paired with the extreme expression seems very irresponsible. Article by Yahoo! Shine