‘People’ To Stop Publishing Photos Of Celeb Kids

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‘People’ To Stop Publishing Photos Of Celeb Kids

Citing the need to curb aggressive paparazzi tactics, People magazine announced that they would no longer be publishing photos of celebrity children taken without the parents’ consent. What do you think?

  • “Could they at least tell us when and where the celebs’ kids will be so we can go look at them for ourselves?”

    Dana Rogers
    Trauma Surgeon
  • “What a load of horseshit. Those kids knew what they were getting into when they were conceived by celebrities.”

    Cameron Dodd
    Bank Teller
  • “I just hope those kids will get enough attention somehow.”

    Asher LaMarca
    General Store Manager