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I'm a teenager and I see nothing wrong with these shots. To be fair Glee has never been a show targetted at a preteen audience, but rather at an audience who is old enough to be comfortable with dealing with mature topics. Parents should let their kids watch High School Musical if they don't think Glee is apparopraite. Glee is a show which tackles issues which are often uncover or taboo amongst teenagers. Believe me...
As a young women it is inspiring to see other young women so comfortable with their bodies. The shoot was done as their characters, but as themeselves. These actors are overage and have all starred in mature roles before. People are panicing over nothing...
Big surprise that a lot of people are defending this behavior. Teenage girls definitely have no problem with this because THEY DON'T KNOW ANY BETTER! I've read that the ratings are low this season so that may have something to do with this pathetic attempt for ratings. No wonder there is so much teen pregnancy. Lea Michele, close your legs! Did you learn nothing from your mother?
It's blatantly obvious that GQ is NOT explicitly written for men. There have been countless magazine covers featuring Hollywood's handsome men and their shoots have been racy. Robert Pattinson, Johnny Depp, Taylor Lautner, Christopher Pine, Channing Tatum just to name a few. Clearly those issues were geared toward women. Either way, a picture is a picture and it does not define who they are as a person.
Also, this isn't the 1st time a young actress has been on any cover with more than bathing suit on. They could be pictured in a super skimpy bikini or even naked. It's not a big deal. At all. If you don't think your kids aren't already well aware about sex than you are very naaive. This magazine is not going to alter their views on the subject.
I am so tired of people acting like sexuality is some dirty little secret to be kept behind closed doors and having pointless moral panics.
I honestly don't see what the big deal is. For one thing Ryan Murphey created this show, it might seem like it's all rainbows and butterflies but it has some pretty strong sexual undertones, right from episode 1. Also GQ is not a magazine marketed for children, nor should young children or even young teens be reading GQ. YOu wouldn't hand your child a copy of Maxim and tell them to enjoy (though Naya Rivera did pose for Maxim) Yes the pictures are sexy and the one's of Lea are a bit extreme but I think they are fun too. They got the bodies, let them rock them while they still have them
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