If people who loved “Glee” they should know there are actors who are portraying high school students in the fictional world of high school glee club. Actress Dianna Agron said she’s sorry about some aspects of GQ’s recent racy “Glee” spread. However, why would anyone like 8 years old child who wants to read GQ? Can an 8 years old child read this magazine? No. Take the magazine away from the child and replace with Katy Perry and Elmo on the cover of Sesame Street Magazine!
“If you are hurt or these photos make you uncomfortable, it was never our intention,” Agron wrote on her blog, noting that “Glee” is not the first pop phenomenon to push this particular envelope. And she’s right. Britney Spears, and Miley Cyrus have pushed the limits of being more adults and the Glee cast is mostly mature and they are not teenagers, but raising issues they go through on each episode.
“And if your eight-year-old has a copy of our GQ cover in hand, again I am sorry,” she said. “But I would have to ask, how on earth did it get there?”
What she meant to say, why a child an 8 year old would want would read a magazine like that. Do they go by the articles? No the pictures of course.
Is it time to stop subscribing to GQ, which comes to the house? If you have children underage like 12, they should not read it.
Or if you notice your child takes longer in the bathroom, you know what they are reading. At least they are reading.