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Pepsi’s controversial new skinny can

By AOL Health

In celebration of New York’s Fashion Week, Diet Pepsi has introduced a new skinny can, a “taller, sassier” version of the traditional can. While the company made the new design in “celebration of beautiful, confident women,” the public’s reaction is not so celebratory.

Critics are saying the new can only fuels our weight-obsessed society, giving it another reason to point fingers at those who don’t fit the skinny stereotype. Body image issues, self-esteem and bone-thin models are all at the focal point of this new design. Is Pepsi encouraging us to look like fashion models who are too thin? Our readers weigh in. Read more…