What the Shed Looks At

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

The evolution of the acceptance of pedophilia

So I seem to be missing a few transitional fossils of the cultural evolution of the continued gradual acceptance of subliminally revolutionary understanding of sexuality as regards youth but I have found a descendant of the GAP commercial.


For every little girl who wants to give her parents a heart attack but can't be bothered waiting until puberty to rebel, both Miley Cyrus' kid sister and her former co-star are here to help.

Eight-year-old Hannah Montana: The Movie actress Emily Grace Reaves, along with Noah Cyrus, 9, are shilling a new line of kiddie lingerie, ninemsn, MSN's Australian news site reports. And while it's technically Grace's fashion line (it's called the Emily Grace Collection, after all), whoever's in charge of marketing obviously couldn't resist associating Cyrus — a nine-year-old so far most famous for dressing like a dominatrix, pole-dancing and "Smackin' That" — with their "trendy, sweet, yet edgy" brand. The two kids will be modelling looks from the collection in videos on big sis Miley Cyrus' website.

The collection is produced by something called Ooh! La, La! Couture, and is described by a company press release as including "versatile styles that can be worn with sweet ballerina slippers, funky sneakers or paired with lace stockings and boots for more of a rock and roll look."

Sales will benefit Reaves' charity, Lollipops and Rainbows. So, should the nation's playgrounds suddenly be overrun with more tots in short skirts and leopard print than an episode of Toddlers & Tiaras, at least you can be comforted knowing their parents let them out of the house looking like that for a good cause.

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1 comment:

  1. i was just on the early side of being a member of the first generation to be raised by the internet... i had a computer since kindergarten and had internet in less than a few years later. it fucked up my sexuality by exposing me to all sorts of depravity at a young age... now you're starting to see the products of the real first generation raised by the internet.