The November issue of Glamour will feature this photo:
Photo courtesy of glamour.com
Glamour has an article about it online, "These bodies are beautiful at every size." Ellen DeGeneres had some of the models on her show, as well as the editor of Glamour, to discuss the photo and the issue in general. The Fbomb writes about that, and has video of the segment (it's worth watching, in my opinion). ABC News is covering the story too.
I suspect this move by Glamour indicates the magazine thinks it can make money now by showing such images (whereas before it couldn't, I'm guessing), but I hope it's sincere in this mission and I hope other publications follow suit. Based on what I've seen and read so far, this seems like a Very Good Thing for women's magazines.
UPDATE: Just came across an AP article saying that Brigitte, a German women's magazine, is going to stop using professional models next year. Read about it here.