The debate over super-skinny models at this fall's fashion shows continues this week. On one side, you've got those who agree with Spanish fashion authorities, who banned size-zero models from the catwalks during recent shows. Several British politicians then called for legislation banning size-zero models from London fashion shows, as a way to protect the models themselves and the women and girls who view them as role models. But some fashion designers and marketers believe such legislation would be a form of government censorship. What do you think? Is this a matter of health, or free speech?