Melissa Harris-Perry of MSNBC told us our children don’t belong to us they belong to the “collective”. Hillary Clinton told us it takes a village to raise a child. So Miley Cyrus is “our” daughter. This is what the “collective” village is turning out. How proud are you?
Until this week I had never heard the word twerking and I’d like never to hear it again. I understand shock value. I understand that shocking people brings publicity and, as they say, any publicity is good publicity. So what’s next? How does someone top Miley? Is anything inappropriate anymore? Are there moral standards of any kind? I assume there were many teenagers watching the MTV Awards. Did they think she was so edgy, so sexy, so cool? Do you want them to emulate Miley?
What is the “collective” teaching our children, particularly our daughters? They are being sexualized at younger and younger ages at our “collective” schools, by our “collective” entertainment industry and the “collective” media. They are being told women should engage in the same casual sexual behavior as men. Hooking up is cool. Sexting is fun. Oral sex isn’t sex. Women should be able to engage in casual sex. The “collective” doesn’t recognize differences between men and women.
The “collective” is teaching our daughters an infant isn’t human until it’s mother decides it is. Abortion on demand for any reason, up to and including the moment of birth is a woman’s right. Celebrities tell them it’s cool to have babies without a father. And if they don’t want stretch marks they can have a baby with a surrogate or get the latest designer accessory, a black baby from Africa. Traditional families are SO yesterday. The “collective” teaches our children anything can be a family, two mothers, two fathers, three parents, one parent, whatever.
The “collective” is teaching our daughters gay is normal and in insuring the rights of homosexuals, they will have to give up their religious rights. The “collective” says prayer or any mention of God is a violation of the separation of church and state but the teaching of the five pillars if Islam isn’t.
The women on “Today” were outraged by Miley’s performance. They said someone should be fired at MTV. They didn’t want a video of Miley shown because they considered it not fit for viewing. These same women support all the “collective” ideas and policies that have lead to the moral decline that resulted in Miley performance being acceptable on primetime television.
What was Miley trying to prove? That she’s not a child anymore? That she can shock people? I was painfully uncomfortable for her. I’ve seen prettier women with better moves…………..they’re called strippers.
“Our” daughters don’t need to be raised by the “collective”, they need to be raised by their parents. They have friends, what they need are parents. Parents have been surrendering their children to the “Collective” for too long and Miley is simply an example of what that means.