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Friday, June 6, 2014

Rihana and scout willis promotes feminism by exhibiting their boobs and butts...

Rihanna’s practically naked dress: Why it could be one of the most powerful feminist statements the pop world has made to date
Does anyone really believe she did this to promote feminism or because she got paid to be controversial and promote the maker of the dress.
Mix that with a little exhibitionism and there you go...

Take into consideration young girls are the ones following her music, this has nothing to do with feminism, and if it does, they are as twisted as I always said. Girls don't have to cover up from head to toe, but a little modesty doesn't hurt, actually it helps to guide them into the world...
Then we have scout willis, daughter of, bruce and demi moore, again, promoting that it is OK to show your body, or a simple enjoyment of exhibitionism?...

Fortunately most young girls would never do this, but this type of hidden want for exhibiting ones body and then saying it's feminist freedom is simply unreal...
Hey from a personal point of view....I have no problem with the idea of some women wanting a few minutes of fame and exhibiting their goodies...it's a free country, but one must always be aware of ones action and the surroundings, what it might do...who is watching...show some frigging responsibility...
Just don't use any excuses other than...exhibitionism...please.
"Look at my ass and my boobs...aren't they nice?"
Yes very nice, nice ass rihana, nice boobs scout. That's what your really looking for isn't it?
Now did they make a statement for young girls....
Yes, feminism is about showing off your goodies, and that is their moment of fame.
Now let's see what they do next to stay in the limelight...
Or imagine a man dressed like rihana...lol....yikes.

It reminds me of the recent story about a 14-year-old Ottawa student complaining of sexism because her school told her not to show her bra strap. The whole story about how it would distract boys is exaggerated, it's not only about boys, the school should have stuck with the same policy we had when we went to school. Boys and girls should dress appropriately as a lesson, so that when they do enter the work force as adults, they would be ready and understand that there are rules there also. Even boys where not and are not allowed to wear certain clothes like sleeveless shirts, no one is picking or was picking on girls. At that age it is natural for them to try to attract each other, girls do it for boys and vice versa, but it is the responsibility of the schools and parents to teach that there is a place and a time for it..that is a better lesson and the young would relate to it better than turning into a sexual thing.

Coming back to exhibitionism....
What a brave new world of narcissism isn't it, instead of admitting they enjoy showing off their Pilate created goodies, they will use other excuses like instagram to justify their own immoral behaviour.
Since they have the responsibility to understand young ladies watch their every step, they should be telling them to express self respect by drawing the line between modesty and exhibitionism, but as we can safely say, caring about what other think is not the point of these young women, it is about self exposure, and when it does happen, we have them complaining that to many media outlet published their bare boobs,(opps sorry) bare breast, (that's my politically correct moment) as scout willis eventually did.
Now they have the hashtag, #freethenipple, which is fine, won't see me complain, but as much as I like the idea, to some point, I and so many others have the good sense of knowing, kids are also watching, especially young ladies...or do we want all our daughter to call themselves sluts and participate in the slutwalk?
Women like scout and rihana have to show some degree of accountability, as much as we try to make this a safe world for our daughters, there is individual evil out there, (from both gender), we do have the responsibility to teach the young about the importance of self respect, especially if one is a celebrity whom they watch.

Feminism in all it's twisted reasoning will claim we are objectifying them, because "they" are showing off their asses and boobs...make sense? (again opps! Derriere and breasts)
F*cking hypocritical media and feminists, on one hand they rally against the sexualization of women, and on the other they defend the celebrities cashing in on it.

If they don't start realising their action have repercussions, and hold responsibility, we are going to have more of this...
Young ladies exhibiting themselves online and in public, thinking it's normal...
not realising what they are doing has an emphasis on their future, or the embarrassment they are causing their parents.
Taking into consideration what the African American went through in their history,
when feminists compare themselves to "that word",
it is a terrible insult to all those who lost their lives to give their children freedom.
 

I have a radical notion;
Let's remind feminists they are adults and kids are watching.

2 comments:

Home mom said...

Thank you, well put. Love your site.

Allison said...

I agree with your assessment of all this,I try to teach my kids modesty,but it's hard when they are blasted with girls they look up to showing their rosies.