Tuesday, February 02, 2010

More proof from Scott Brown that..

.....we are not going to win the culture wars through partisan politics. How so? Well, the new Senator gave the world an "eww" moment when he commented that he wouldn't mind if his daughters chose to pose au naturel for a skin magazine as he did as a young man, even saying that "who he is" was inextricably linked with that pictorial.

There simply isn't enough space in a typical encyclopaedia, let alone this humble blog, to discuss what's wrong with this. Suffice it to say that this humble blogger is cringing mightily at the reality that a father of daughters does not desire to protect them from this kind of thing, and apparently also has the idea that handsome, intelligent young men have no other way of making a life than to pose in Cosmo.


Gino said...

any body posing in a magazine today is not different tha a sign holder in halloween costume.

the air brushing and photo trickery that perfect the body and form have rendered any reality non existant.

who you see in cosmo,playbot et al doesnt even exist in real life. you would recognized that naked body if it was wrapped around you in mirrored room.

Bike Bubba said...

Good point, but I'm still going to do what I can to keep images of my little ones away from the airbrushers.