This is a non issue.
As long as news photography is not manipulated, and we've seen people fired lately for this, then all is well.
Historically ALL photography, even news photography was manipulated, but only recently have editors demanded that news photos NOT be.
All other photography is fair game.
If you don't want your daughter to have body issues because she can't measure up to a model, you have to explain it to her. Lots of sites have inside coverage of model shoots which show the models as they arrive for the shoot looking fairly ordinary. Or as ordinary as any 1 in 100 million beauty can look.
People have to be taught that the fashion/beauty/movie industry is selling fantasy. Of course in the US, a vast number of people can't discern the difference between fantasy and reality, but that's another issue.