To the left is a tiny part of GQ's Glee fashion spread. I suppose I should be mad that actresses Lea Michele and Dianna Agron are mostly naked and the guy, Cory Monteith, gets to keep his clothes on. But honestly, I just can't stop drooling over Lea Michelle to get riled up about the inequality. I realized after watching the entire first season of Glee that the only reason I was still watching it was that I had a serious celebu-crush on Lea Michelle. If they just got rid of that blond lady and the dude, it would be the photo shoot of my dreams.

So imagine my surprise when I read that the Parents Television Council announced that the photo spread "borders on pedophilia." The PTC explains: "It is disturbing that GQ, which is explicitly written for adult men, is sexualizing the actresses who play high school-aged characters on 'Glee' in this way."

Wow. So now 24-year-old actors who portray teenagers on TV are out-of-bounds? (When I wrote about Glee before, I even mentioned that the actors all look way too old.) Admittedly, they're playing up the lockers to give the spread some context for the show, but Lea Michelle could be wearing the same outfit in an old folks' home, and she'd still be sexy as hell. This seems like a tenuous complaint at best. On the bright side, at least people in the world still get outraged over magazine photo shoots; maybe print media isn't dead after all.