Dianna Agron GQ

October 21, 2010 by Post Team 

Dianna Agron GQ, Earlier this week, Glee star Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, and Dianna Agron appeared in a series of photos of the photographer Terry Richardson for the November 2010 number of GQ magazine, the Parents Television Council, said “borders on pedophilia for her portrayal of the actors as sexualized versions of their characters in high school.

Never mind that the three actors are in their 20s (Agron and Michele is 24, and Monteith is 28). Shocked viewers responded negatively to “‘Glee’ Gone Wild” – the collection of photos of royal title, regrettable – because the characters they play are high school students in what is ostensibly a family show. (To which we must ask: Since when has Glee was really a show for children)

Let me begin by saying that these are just my thoughts on the November issue of GQ magazine and the controversy that has surrounded its launch. I am not a representative of the three of us, the show, and Fox, only myself.

In the land of Madonna, Britney, Miley, Gossip Girl, other public figures and programs that have pushed the envelope and challenged the comfort levels in their viewers and fans … they are not the first. Now, in perpetuating the kind of images that evoke these emotions, sorry. If you are injured or these pictures make you uncomfortable, it was never our intention. And if his eight-year-old has a copy of the cover of GQ in his hand, again sorry. But one must ask, how the hell did it get there?

I was a very protected child, and was not aware of anything provocative or racy in the media while I was browsing through my formative years. When finally allowed to see a movie as the fat, or even understand what on earth he was talking Rizzo!? I understand that in today’s world of advanced technology, the Internet, our children can be a very adult material at the click of a button. However, blockages of the parents, and ways to avoid this. I have twenty-four years. I was a girl very docile and easy-going all my life. Nobody is perfect, and these photos do not represent who I am. I’m not the girl who gets out of bed with impeccable makeup and clothing to haute couture. I am very happy with my hair pulled on top of my head, sweating, laughing with my friends. Glee is a show that represents the bottom, which is a feeling that they have taken most of my life, as well as spectators, pictures of GQ do not give the same feeling. I understand completely.

For GQ magazine, which asked us to play very large versions of characters from our school. “Hit Me Baby One More Time ‘A version. At that time, it was not my favorite idea, but not on foot. I must say that I’m trying to live my life with a Sharpie marker approach. You can not erase the traces that we have done but each step is much bolder and more deliberate. I’m moving it forward, and after today, put to rest. I’m just me, I can only be me. There is a photo I’m going to formulate and implement on my desk, but hey, nor any of the photos I take for magazines. These are all characters we’ve played this crazy job, one that I love and I have been lucky to have, every day. If you ask me my dream photo shoot, which was in a tree house in a wild costume, war paint and I’d be playing with my pet dragon. Until then …

This seems an entirely reasonable, well written, and apologetic reply to critics and fans. And we Agron when he writes that the shooting “was not my favorite idea” and “is not going to make pictures and put on my desk,” because it is clear that from the look uncomfortable in his face that he did not want to be some of these photos from the beginning.

Check out some photos of GQ Glee below, or see the slideshow

Yesterday, the Parents Television Council (PTC) President Tim Winter said in a statement:

It is worrying that GQ, which is explicitly written for adult men is sexualizing the actresses who play the characters of high school age in ‘Glee’ in this way. It borders on pedophilia. Unfortunately, this is just the latest example of the sexualization of girls seen in entertainment.

Many children who came to ‘High School Musical’ have become fans of “Glee.” They are being treated with seductive, in-your-face postures of the female characters dressed in lingerie posing in front of school lockers, one of them opting for full-frontal crotch shot. By allowing this type of screen almost prnographic, the show’s creators have set their intentions in the direction of the series. And it’s not good for families.

Although this photo shoot and the direction of the series in its second season, many parents have called off guard, we were concerned that this could be coming. creator of ‘Glee’ Ryan Murphy has said it is his life goal to eliminate all barriers to the representation of explicit sex on television. The Bravo ‘Sex in the Box, “Murphy said,” It’s hard to get that sexual point of view through the television. I hope I have made it possible for somebody on broadcast television to make a scene after the entry in three years. Maybe that will be my legacy. ”

With a market eager fans demonstrated a program of musical entertainment with songs like ‘Glee’, we wonder why the creators of the series feel the need for the sexualization of women as a graph. Interestingly, the male character photos showed him with a shirt, tie and vest.

Parents must be on guard and we expect the show to push the envelope even further. Unfortunately, it seems ‘Glee’ is only posing as a family entertainment and is far from suitable for young viewers.

If children who “went to High School Musical” have “become” fans Glee, well, that suggests that they have grown at least a little. And while Murphy might have spoken openly in the past about TV censorship of sex, the above quote does not immediately relate to your current job on the hit Fox series

We disagree with the idea that the photos above can be compared with pedophilia, or even that it should be so surprising at this point, early in the second season of the series. Glee viewers have already been exposed to teen sex, teen pregnancy, hmosxlity and homophobia, drug abuse among adolescents, young hot for teacher, infidelity, disabilities, discrimination, and other reviews scandalous and nervous cliché topics covered in special after school. Deciding that Glee is soon a show for children and families ignores its brief history, if their characters spontaneously sing or not.

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