Yep, we're still talking about this.
People are still outraged over the recent Glee spread in GQ magazine starring Princess Lea Michele looking less than wholesome. (Though we still maintain we've seen MUCH worse!)
Anyway, sources reached out to one of the adults on the show, Jane Lynch, to comment on the photos. She made the solid argument that impressionable youths should be flipping through a men's magazine and that it is up to the parents to control what their children are exposed to. Then she said:
“I think whenever you put a woman scantily clad in underwear it makes a lot of other girls and women feel badly about themselves, so it should be done with great consciousness.”
Hmm. We don't know if that's exactly true. Sure, everyone has their insecurities and celebrities, with their pristine looks and perfect bodies, may amplify those feelings , but this "consciousness" that you speak of should be the knowledge that everyone is built differently yet still beautiful.
We refer you back to the story about Lea and her nose. She was berated for that, but no one is looking at her nose in these pictures!
We think everyone just needs to calm down and move on!
[Image via WENN.]
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