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I don't see what all this outrage is about, I just watched it on youtube, and it doesn't seem that bad at all.

I felt the same way. The video ended and I was still waiting to be offended.

Bowie did it better, probably because he was the Naz with God-given ass and well-hung with snow-white tan.

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American 'culture'.

Ohhhhh, says the guy whose language has one cuss word for poop and sex, and also means "to give birth" :P I'll take you on in spijkerpoepen; winner's country has a better culture.

Miley's like beiber, they're both handsome ladies

What's the best thing about Miley's new haircut?

You can flip her over and pretend she's Justin Bieber.

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It probably wasn't offensive to most people. I didn't even watch it except for her clip after all the news about it...but from what I hear, the show was rated for 14+ , and I think most of the offended parties were parents who had their kids (yes 14 is still a kid) watching it thinking it was ok because of the rating. Imo, the material was not ok for that rating. It probably should have been 18+. Regardless of whether or not it is offensive, it really is silly to see someone acting like that, she really cheapened things up. I bet her daddy is so proud of the show she put on that night :P What a nice role model for the young ladies these days.

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If people want/need a "celebrity" for a role model, they've already resigned their life away to mediocrity, and disappointment.

True that, and so many already have. Thing is, I don't think people always consciously choose a role model, we are influenced by many things in many ways. Many young girls know Miley as the innocent Disney star Hanna Montana, now she has graduated to...I'm not sure what I'd call it... XD

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The judgement/gossip industry is bigger than the entertainment industry it reports on. Everything outrages them, delights them or both. Lady Gaga/whore = good. Mily Cyrus/whore = bad. The sad part about the whole thing is grown adults follow this crap at all.

If you are a woman in America and want to be rich and famous all you need to do is act like a slag. When you stop rewarding slags with great wealth and fame girls/women will stop acting like slags

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To quote Ali G: "dat is a very sexist way to talk about dem !@#$%*es"

In all seriousness, liberal feminism (in America, I have no idea of the state of it anywhere else) has decided that to be equal to men, women must act like men. And since liberals adhere to no morality, it means they must act like the most depraved men. But women are not men, and men are not women.

Now, rather than defend Miley's slaggish behavior as they did Beyonce's (at the Super Bowl this year), they are asking "why not condemn Robin Thicke, too?!!! See, sexism!" But the problem is theirs still; to condemn Thicke is to condemn Miley, anyway. To congratulate Beyonce is to congratulate Miley. The idiocy of postmodernism allows them to have their cake and eat it too vis-a-vis "but there's no man on stage wtih Beyonce!" but people with brains know it's all garbage. Trash is trash is trash.

40 years ago I would have been appalled at David Bowie, but frankly he is the Naz with God-given ass and Miley (and Beyonce, and Britney, and Pink, and John Meyer for that matter) are all just sexed up trash who aren't nearly as controversial or dead sexy.

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To quote Ali G: "dat is a very sexist way to talk about dem !@#$%*es"

In all seriousness, liberal feminism (in America, I have no idea of the state of it anywhere else) has decided that to be equal to men, women must act like men. And since liberals adhere to no morality, it means they must act like the most depraved men. But women are not men, and men are not women.

Now, rather than defend Miley's slaggish behavior as they did Beyonce's (at the Super Bowl this year), they are asking "why not condemn Robin Thicke, too?!!! See, sexism!" But the problem is theirs still; to condemn Thicke is to condemn Miley, anyway. To congratulate Beyonce is to congratulate Miley. The idiocy of postmodernism allows them to have their cake and eat it too vis-a-vis "but there's no man on stage wtih Beyonce!" but people with brains know it's all garbage. Trash is trash is trash.

40 years ago I would have been appalled at David Bowie, but frankly he is the Naz with God-given ass and Miley (and Beyonce, and Britney, and Pink, and John Meyer for that matter) are all just sexed up trash who aren't nearly as controversial or dead sexy.

My friend, you seem to be saying that a group you labeled "American liberal feminism" and that would adhere to no morality would have decided that women "must" act like men.

I'll start by asking to you how you identified that group: Do they have an association or do they gather in some geographic/Internet place, or anything like that? Or do you group them based on their behaviour? Or how does it work?

Second: How can "they" adhere to no morality and at the same time decide that anyone ~must~ do anything? The two things don't seem to add up much.

I have this sensation that your hit missed the strawman that you had built. :)

And yes, condemning Thicke is condemning Miley and it's condemning Beyonce, but the point isn't about condemning the people that are on stage, it's about calling out those that selectively condemn them. You're looking at the moon when you should be looking at the finger!

Note that I don't care about all these condemnations, moralism or lack of thereof, about the people you mentioned and almost all of this trash. My only comment on that is "lolshowbiz".

But I am interested in your logic, that surprisingly seems rather lacking in this case.

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Second: How can "they" adhere to no morality and at the same time decide that anyone ~must~ do anything? The two things don't seem to add up much.

But I am interested in your logic, that surprisingly seems rather lacking in this case.

That is postmodernism at work.

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Ohhhhh, says the guy whose language has one cuss word for poop and sex, and also means "to give birth" :P I'll take you on in spijkerpoepen; winner's country has a better culture.

What's the best thing about Miley's new haircut?

You can flip her over and pretend she's Justin Bieber.

At this stage, I think Justin(e) has bigger teats. I don't know who designed Cyrus' workout regime, but she went from having some nice curves to looking like a teenage boy. The hairstyle similarly isn't making it.

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