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Jan 19, 2012, 2:18am   #61
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WHOAAAA you say you have no problem with this and they have great modelling potential?!?!?!?

ok im 16 years old (guy) and i find this for a highschool year book really unappropiate... they are just trying really too hard to be 'sexy' and in fact i bet that they are failing miserably and frankly i think they could just take normal pictures....

and a modelling potential yeah forget about high end designers or vogue or bazaar, think of playboy penthouse ralph magazine etc...

i still cannot believe that you think thats ok... if i had a seventeen year old daughter i would certainly not allow them to dress like this for their yearbook...

geez if they allow those girls to publish that into their yearbook, i wonder what they themselves would be thinking ten twenty years down the track...

and again so unappropiate for a yearbook... :@
Jan 19, 2012, 5:04am   #62
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Originally Posted by Allisonfaye
It isn't surprising given the rise in porn from the internet, the Girls Gone Wild videos and the whole reality TV fad. Girls are sexualized earlier and more than ever. I almost had a cow when my almost 8 year old daughter told me she thought she looked sexy in her 3-D sunglasses yesterday. I asked if she knew what sexy meant and she said no. Clearly, she heard the word somewhere in a positive frame.

Eggggggg-zackly. I had this discussion/rant with my husband yesterday, after seeing this poor deluded child's so-called "year book" photos. Sooooo glad he doesn't have daughters!! My husband says he is afraid to even look at teenaged girls and avoids eye contact at all costs.

America is just pornified all to hell. It's sad.
Jan 19, 2012, 9:51am   #63
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Too Hot For High School Yearbook?
If she can't wear it TO school, then it shouldn't be in the yearbook, it's that easy.
The parents, if you can call them that, should be mortified.
Jan 19, 2012, 10:21am   #64
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i'm also wondering what they told the photographer. there's no way they told the photographer their session was for senior photos.
Jan 25, 2012, 7:12pm   #65
Miss Kris
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Originally Posted by eckertle
What happened to a nice headshot by the school photographer?

I think the photo is bad, so bad it's funny! Is this what kids are doing nowdays?!
I was thinking the same thing. We all had to wear the same black top and the guys wore the fake tux. It's a yearbook, not a porno mag
Jan 25, 2012, 7:15pm   #66
Miss Kris
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Originally Posted by SouthernBelle83
That picture is perfect for a modeling portfolio, magazines, etc. But it is NOT acceptable for a high school yearbook. My thoughts are if you cannot wear that outfit to school, you should not be wearing it gracing the pages of a high school yearbook! Yearbooks are traditional that picture would be like trash in a yearbook.
It would also be perfect for Girls Gone Wild, Playboy, Hustler, and porno audition portfolios
Jan 25, 2012, 7:18pm   #67
Miss Kris
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Originally Posted by surferchick2
We had a school photographer who pretty much told us how to pose, and if ours even allowed that he was a perv. lol. Was this midevil times? I don't remember year book photos as a free for all by just submitting private pics let alone wearung a tube top with a bare mid drift. If that's approved, then what's next? Ripped short shorts with cheeks hanging out.

Who knows, I think she's cute in the first pic (is it the same girl?) and could do well, but not appropriate for high school where there are kids as young as 14 sharing it. Save it for the portfolio or Facebook.
What's next, you ask? Drop a$$ jeans are next!
Jan 26, 2012, 4:37pm   #68
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Originally Posted by Miss Kris

What's next, you ask? Drop a$$ jeans are next!
Hahahaha Eric glenie! Always a classic thread
Jan 26, 2012, 8:44pm   #69
Miss Kris
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Originally Posted by br00kelynx
Hahahaha Eric glenie! Always a classic thread
He was right...the new trend sweeping the high school yearbook at a time!
Jan 29, 2012, 1:39am   #70
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Originally Posted by Miss Kris
What's next, you ask? Drop a$$ jeans are next!

Oh wow! LOL...yeah, it'll be whatever sleezy trend that's happening among young girls at that time if it's allowed. Hideous!
Feb 3, 2012, 10:06am   #71
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I would not allow this as a parent.

And not to offend, but she is probably has a bad reputation at school, so I think the school officials are wise to say no. She will not want to be remembered that way in 20-30 years.
Feb 5, 2012, 9:56pm   #72
its pretty un-high-school-ish..

then again my yearbook had the football team in dresses.. and girls in bikinis/spring break..

my school wouldn't have cared if she put it in an ad-purchased page.. but they surely wouldn't have used that as the graduation photo.. had to be holding a diploma and there was a certain dress we all had to wear.. and the guys had to be in suits. and those pics never had to be purchased.
Feb 10, 2012, 8:17am   #73
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IMO, this is way too provacative for a high school year book!

HOWEVER, freedom of expression is a serious issue, so I think this case should be dealt with very carefully by the school stuff.
Feb 10, 2012, 10:12am   #74
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And her parents are ok with this smdh, and since when are kids allowed to submit what pictures they want of themselves for the yearbook? The ones of me I wish nobody would ever see
Feb 10, 2012, 10:16am   #75
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Originally Posted by Jahpson
back in my days we had head and shoulder shots. wow

exactly! The only body shot I had was when I got voted best dressed my 11th grade year and that was a random picture I wasnt even told they'd be taking my pic that day it was just random. She looks like she's selling something and it ain't a darn year book
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