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We all know that Vogue, and pretty much every other major magazine ever, photoshops its subjects.
Sometimes the changes are minor, but when limbs appear to go missing, it's time to take a second look!
Lena Dunham's spread in Vogue's February issue has come under fire for being overly photoshopped, particularly in one shot (above) where it appears that the Girls star's left arm has been completely erased.
The fact that Lena's cover also only features her from the chest up, as opposed to a full-body or even three-quarter body shot, has also raised concern.
The dramz got to be so much that one media outlet even offered $10,000 to anybody who would send in unretouched images of Lena, so they could definitively see how much the 27-year-old's body had been altered.
To our knowledge, non-photoshopped images from the shoot have yet to surface, but Lena DID respond to the media outlet's offer.
Some shit is just too ridiculous to engage. Let's use our energy wisely, 2014.
— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) January 17, 2014
She also replied to another tweet regarding the matter, suggesting that the $10K be donated to charity.
Perfect and classy response!
What do U think of all this controversy, Perezcious readers?
P.S. CLICK HERE to see the full cover and spread!
And feel free to look at actual unretouched photos of the actress in the gallery (below)!
[Image via Annie Leibovitz/Vogue]