GQ Glee Photos: GQ Editor In Chief Says People Need To "Divide Reality From Fantasy"TheMommyologist
Jim Nelson, the GQ Magazine Editor in Chief, is speaking out on the GQ Glee Photos that have caused quite the controversy the past couple of days.
After the Parents Television Council said that the GQ Glee Photos “bordered on pedophilia”, Nelson said, “The Parents Television Council must not be watching much TV these days and should learn to divide reality from fantasy.”
Jim Nelson also pointed out that the Glee cast actors in the photos are all in their twenties, something that I pointed out in an earlier article today before I read Jim’s statement. Lea Michele and Diana Agron are both 24, and Cory Monteith is 28, so they are more than old enough to pose for racy photos if they so choose.
Diana Agron supposedly said that she and her co-stars were asked to to a “Hit Me Baby One More Time” version of their show for the GQ Glee photos.
Nelson’s own words were, “I think they’re old enough to do what they want.”