If it passes (doubtful, I must say) it would merely stand as a precedent for other things to be banned. If we're going to get into the hypothetical, that if girls had no media by which to associate identity then a lot of things would be gone from society. You'd have to eliminate everything from magazines, to advertising, to communications media content to perhaps even artwork. It's seems overly apparent that the identities and influences that are thrusted into their personal space are more damaging than those that are left to their discovery. However, the media to which they receive this over abundant influence isn't just isolated to a plastic doll with a flawless life and image. It goes far and beyond. This bill can at best be a raindrop in the ocean.
Analog's underwear are digital. right now they're set to inverse 1 (I think that means they're on my head).