I really don't get the inconsistency of the chareidi position
I believe in including positive images of women that are completely tzanua and do not compromise on standards of dress of depiction. I am forced to reject ads that have to low a neckline or too short a sleeve, etc. But most publications fall either in the chareidi camp or do end up relaxing standards with pictures that are not 100% tznius.
What I find very surprising is a conflation of the two. Why in the world would Mishpacha Magazine advertise in a magazine that does include pictures of girls (clearly past bas mitzvah, never mind the more machmir age cut offs of 6 or 3) wearing cap sleeves or of couples in a semi-embrace? Given their assumption that NO females should be shown even when completely covered, isn't putting their ad in such a publication seen as tantamount to others placing an ad in a "girly" magazine? I just don't get it.