I think Christing Aguilera can dress any way she pleases whether I like it or not. I don't think it's her job to raise or tell young girls how to act or look. When she said something about experssing oneself, I don't believe she said how it must be done. She is not the only thin girl in town, there was Twiggy, Kate Moss, etc. in posters, magazines, movies, other girls in school, other pop stars.
If young girls are impressionable to the point of harming their health to be like someone else, that's not their "role model's" fault. Hopefully, parent(s) will see the problem and intervene.
I'm sure Christina wants all the money she can get for her job. Who doesn't?
I'm sure the guys don't mind "jack..." music the way some of us don't mind Luther etc. To each his/her own.
I like her... She got attitude !
I agree, you make good points. I to feel she can dress the way she wants to, and you're right, it's not her job to tell young girls how to act or look, and everything else you said in your first paragraph. And parents should intervene if theirs a problem. And she can make as much as she can get from her job. I'm all for free expression and freedom of it all, however, what I have mixed feelings about is the "moral motive" behind it.
Originally Posted by eldee
For example, someone hot looking tries to seduce a girl, and the girl is lonely and thinking she won't get anyone, so it's amazing that this guy wants her, and he is a gold digger, he tells his friends, "I'm going to seduce this girl so i can get her money" and he does, and the girl gets this image in her head of this guy, all great and good thoughts, and she falls for him, and then she spends money for him. And she leaves her, and she is upset. And the guy's friends tells him, why did you do that to her? And he goes, "well, don't blame me, I'm just trying to make as much money as I can, if her parents was there for her and taught her better, then she wouldn't have fell for it." It's not exactly the same thing as the christina thing, but I feel the "mortal motive" behind it is the same. And that's the problem I have with it. Just my opinion though
Those pictures are digitally enhanced. Unless Christina says to my face "yes, that is me, i gained weight" I will not belive it!
The first one might not be, but when people bend over forwards, there is going to be something that comes together to makes rolls. lol, i got plenty!
yes, she says flat out that she gained weight, but she never looked that heavy. not heavy enough to lose her bellybutton altogether.
she's a little thing. when you go from weighing like 85 lbs to a healthy 110 or so, people are going to think you're fat. that's crazy. she's not in a little kid's body anymore. she's not a little kid. however, people all expect her to stay a size -0. that's insane. she's bigger by comparison, but still small compared to most of the women in the US.
now, her style (or lack thereof) is a different discussion entirely.
I meant "moral motive" not "mortal motive", sorry, LOL. Maybe God purposely made me make that mistake, maybe I should be looking at it as "Mortal" motive instead. Hey, wow, this is a surreal moment!! Amazing.
I just wanted to add one thing, despite all the things I've said about Christina, like calling her a "hipocrite" and "hoe," I don't have any hate in my heart for her. WHy? Because I'm a nice guy actually.
Originally Posted by tv_is_fake
tv_is_fake, It's good to hear that you are a nice guy!
C'mon Without Cmon Within
that first picture is absolutely doctored- when you gain weight is doesnt all go to one spot- (belly) it gets distributed all over- she would have to gain like 50 lbs to have a belly that big- even if she were sitting and bending over- (which she isnt)- and then to lose it all in time for the VMA- not possible...
she's alot of things- dirrrty, trashy, slutty- but she def isn't fat
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