Just a little fyi.
Put's this more in perspective than my last post. Point is the same.
Yea, people are paying more attention and part of that is because putting AT as the face of a problem will sell the cause. This works for various different causes/ marketing campaigns, so why should we feel bad that as a good looking young girl she has drawn more attention to a legitimate issue.
It's not like people are pushing to eliminate bullying for young girls, they are looking to come down hard on all bullying, so even the uglys will benefit.
If you just wanted to show us that using pretty people will draw more attention to something, well I think everyone here has seen an advertisement before.