About Those Pictures of Stephanie Seymoure and Her Son

Pictures of Stephanie Seymour and her 18-year-old son, Peter Brant II, in a warm embrace and a semi-passionate kiss (here and here) sparked everyone’s curiosity. Was this an incest thing or just a mother and son relationship without boundaries.

Well, Peter Brant II responded by calling everyone a bunch of pervs and that there’s nothing weird about the photos especially since he’s gay.

I would just like to say that these pictures have been taken completely out of context, my mother and i are very close as she is with all her children. she often hugs and kisses me and my siblings in an manner that is intimate, any mother in the world does the same. that day on the beach we walked around with each other completely aware of the presence of photographers there. We have nothing to hide and with that in mind I would like to say that I am openly gay. At my age my mother and I are almost like friends and I feel open to talk to her about anything (and yes our relationship may be different because of my sexuality).

Photographers are more often than not obvious when they are there (If holding a large camera wasn’t enough of a giveaway) We just accept that they exist and try to ignore them. We learn to accept that these photos may appear in the media but we do not appreciate speculation on our personal lives and any other hateful uninhibited opinions.

I would just like to say that every mother doesn’t do the same because my mother doesn’t do anything like that. If my mother kissed me on the lips or I even accidentally grope her tits, I might puke in my mouth a little.

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10 years ago

He seems like an honest person so who cares. Gay guys are mostly cool ppl.

That duck-face pic above this comment box of lindsay’s fake Juvederm beak keeps distracting me, makes me wanna feed her bread crumbs like jim carrey got when he did that Black Swan parody on SNL.

10 years ago

No, mothers do not kiss their children “intimately” as he insinuates.

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