Many of us would say that choosing to have sex at 16 is a very irresponsible decision. Not from a moral perspective, but from the perspective of the child she chose to raise, and the impact on the rest of her family.Originally Posted by gdasgal
Playboy is no more reputable than any other girlie magainze, and my distaste for her actions is not based on any moral opposition to the magazine. Pornography is fine with me. However, like it or not, some day her son will be confronted with the image of his naked, airbrushed mommy. And this will cause an enormous amount of embarrassment, and will raise issues that a small boy should not have to face.Originally Posted by gdasgal
So, she's a hypocrite? No one who has ever watched more than two seconds of one of these shows believes for a second that the "winner" isn't going to be hooking up in public. Which, again, subjects the little boy to enormous embarrassment in front of his peers.Originally Posted by gdasgal
If she just did it for the free trip and had no intention of public sex-play, then she defrauded the producers for her free trip to the exotic location.
Or, there's a third option. She was hired by the producers to make her little self-righteous mommy speech and then go away. I wouldn't put NBC past doing this, after the obvious b.s. of the bikini models and the even more obvious b.s. of Zach traipsing about the golf course like James Bond on helium.
If that's the case, she should come clean. Because while I don't have moral qualms about girlie magazines, per se, and single mommies going on to have healthy relationships, I sure do think that taking part in public deception is morally outrageous. So, which is it? Who did she lie to? Adam and the producers, her friends or the public?
When she signed up to be a part of reality television, she signed up for the ridicule that goes along with it. And she signed up her family and her son and her friends.Originally Posted by gdasgal
Deal with it. Whining about us only makes you look naive.