Is 'Glee' Not a Family Show?

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The controversial Issue of GQ hits newsstands nationwide on Oct. 26. Credit: Terry Richardson, GQ


The Parents Television Council is upset about a photo shoot where cast members from the hit show "Glee" show a little too much, ahem, school spirit.

TV Guide
reports that the watchdog group feels that the pics are too sexy, and even "borders on pedophilia," according to a statement. PTC President Tim Winter expressed concern that children would see the "near-pornographic" images and declared that "the show's direction ... isn't good for families."

The pictures will appear in an upcoming issue of GQ, and were posted online earlier this week.

What do you think? Do you agree with PTC President Tim Winter, who says that the photos are "just the latest example of the overt sexualization of young girls in entertainment?" Do the pics make you rethink "Glee" as a family show?
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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