The tabs are freaking out that Shiloh Jolie-Pitt looks like a LITTLE BOY; this issue was of such pressing importance that Life & Style put it on the cover.

But people have been freaking out over this for a couple months. In January Bonnie Fuller wrote on her blog Hollywood Life: "In recent photos she's been decked out in a fedora, tie, camouflage pants, boy vest, pirate sword, navy knit skull and crossbones hat, black jeans, gray jackets, black and white skull socks and sneakers. Even the stuffed animal she carries is blue. Never ever is Shiloh dolled up in anything remotely girlish. Her blond hair is hidden under hats or left unbrushed and pushed to the side of her face. Her sister Zahara Jolie-Pitt, however, is allowed to have her girly touches. HER Mary Poppins hair was pulled into a purple barrette and a pretty bracelets escaped from under the arm of her coat."

Fuller also quotes a "psychiatrist" who says that the way Shiloh dresses is because it's a way for Angelina to express her bisexuality.

And the Early Show this morning picked up on the Life & Style story; co-anchor co-anchor Maggie Rodriguez "posed the question of whether or not that could confuse a child about their gender identity."

What is this, 1950?

At least Salon came through with a voice of reason. Mary Elizabeth Williams writes that if she had as many kids as the Jolie-Pitts, her daughters would have buzz cuts.