Hey friends,

Yesterday my post touched on the topic of the high school senior in Durango, Colorado who wanted the "photo of her choice" published in the school yearbook. The editors at the school rejected her photo choice deeming it to provocative but she is protesting, claiming that the picture is "artistic" and an expression of "who she is."

What do you think?

I would LOVE if you guys could stop by and take a poll. http://dianereiter.com/?p=1689. I'm looking for some honest opinions (ooooh...I love stuff like this!).

Thanks!

Diane

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Just took the poll!  BTW I LOVE your blog name!  Adorable!

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