According to Glamourâ€™s exec managing editor Susan Goodall, Donâ€™tspotting isnâ€™t just an open forum to make fun of girls you donâ€™t like, â€œWe wanted to have it blossom into a community where people were having a dialogue about fashionâ€. See, just innocently spreading the fashion gospel by sadistically humiliating innocent fashion victims who don’t have access to SheFinds.
The part that doesnâ€™t add up is Glamourâ€™s decision to omit the anonymity protecting black strip that is signature of the print magazine. Since when is it necessary to know the identity of the thoroughly style starved? Glamourâ€™s response is that Dos wouldn’t want their faces blacked out. What a brilliant cultural observation, people donâ€™t mind being called out when the spin is positive rather than humiliating. No kidding!
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No one is safe. Not even bonafide fashionista, Coutorture blogger, and former Glamour intern, Julie Fredrickson. Refusing to take â€œdonâ€™tâ€ for an answer, Julie demanded that the photos, lifted from her own site & Flickr, be taken down immediately, and then blogged about it. Now go remove every photo that could get you â€œDonâ€™tspotted.”