The Grid TO | What politicians could learn from Paris Hilton. – by Edward Keenan
An excerpt from the above linked-to article follows:
** In the last week of May, a naked crotch shot was published via the Twitter account of Ontario Progressive Conservative candidate George Lepp…
A false alarm for crotch watchers, sure, but it exposed how out of step with both private morality and technology our current sense of scandal is…
A 2009 study found that one third of young adults admitted to having sent naked photos of themselves to someone…
You know who’s already adjusted to this new reality? Hollywood. Years ago, Paris Hilton turned celebrity damage control into a high art, greeting the release of her amateur porn video with a smirk and a shrug, and then cashing in on the publicity. **
You know what? I was never a fan of Paris Hilton and while I’ll never be a fan, I do like ‘this’ honesty about her.
Kids are sending naked pics of themselves to each other?!! Maybe that’s what I need to do to get some action.
As for Montana Fishburne, aka Chippy D, Laurence Fishburne’s daughter, I’m sorry to hear that she embarrassed him. (Is it the moral code thing? Was it other things as well?) I’ve seen one video of her. She doesn’t turn me on. But if she’s enjoying herself, and if others find her to be a turn on and no one is getting hurt, then more power to her. Mind you, A lot of porn is just plain bad. Some is even evil. The flick I saw her in was crap. Some huge black dude was doing her, mechanically, and seemed to be more fascinated by her foot than anything he was doing with his other body parts. It was uninteresting and, for those who might pay to see that, a rip off. So is a lot of the family friendly crap Hollywood cranks out.
Why can’t we all be beautiful, young and naked? And uninhibited?