Joyanna Adams

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About That…..

“I had a nervous breakdown when I was 17 or 18—It didn’t feel like me at all, I felt really bad about straddling this buff guy. I didn’t like it. I couldn’t get out of bed for two weeks. I thought I was going to die.”–Kate Moss on how she felt after posing for Calvin Klein Jeans.

Nobody Wins.Kate Moss and Calvin

In a recent issues of Vanity Fair, there is a piece about the model Kate Moss, ( I know…who?)  included with a LOT of semi-nude pictures of various silly poses that graced the article. In fact: There were so many erotic shots, Nobody Thinks Vanity Fair is trying to become Playboy for feminists. If you pose nude in Vanity Fair: you are cool…to the rich.

Evidently Kate’s ability to pose nude whenever asked was  one of the reasons why Kate Moss had been so popular among the rich and famous. She started to take it all off at 15. They still can’t stop talking about it. She was their “wild child.” Dennis Freedman (big-shot fashion guy)  said, “And suddenly this little, unknown fresh face scruffy haired, no makeup boyish girl appears…” It seems, Kate Moss had the sex appeal of a child nymph. The kind of look one pictures some pedophilic staring at.

Because, she looks like a kid. She still does.

I sort of remember when this “shaped like a young boy” look when Twiggy was made popular in Vogue. Suddenly, the no hips, no bust, (well, not this pic) look of a young girl looking like a young boy was all the rage…and it carried on all through the sixties and seventies. No matter how hard they tried, most women just couldn’t pull it off.

At the time, I did not connect the dots. But now, I’m sure more than one gay designer were attracted more to those models than the busty ones. They were ‘expressting” their desires. They were attracted to the young boys. Except, they had to work with women. YOUNG women. So they made them look like young boys.  Nobody Thinks…it’s was a no-brainer that these fashion designers were pleasing themselves.Twiggy

Now…before you think I’m crazy…Rush Limbaugh was talking about this subject the other day. He had read an article in The Guardian, claiming, (Insanity check here) that sex with children does not harm them:

“It caused barely a ripple. ‘Childhood sexual experiences, willingly engaged in with an adult,’ it read, ‘result in no identifiable damage … The real need is a change in the attitude which assumes that all cases of pedophilia result in lasting damage.’” So you see it’s you who have to reorient your thinking. It’s you who have to get rid of your bigotry. It’s you that have to open up and become more tolerant. It is you judgmental people who think this is child abuse when it isn’t.

‘Adult sexual attraction to children is part of the continuum of human sexuality; it’s not something we can eliminate,’ she says.

Anyone, who has experienced sexual abuse as a child, would want to throw this woman in jail.Rush Limbaugh

To that Rush had to say this:

There is a movement on to normalize pedophilia, and I guarantee you your reaction to that is probably much the same as your reaction when you first heard about gay marriage. What has happened to gay marriage? It’s become normal — and in fact, with certain people in certain demographics it’s the most important issue in terms of who they vote for. So don’t pooh-pooh. There’s a movement to normalize pedophilia. Don’t pooh-pooh it. The people behind it are serious, and you know the left as well as I do. They glom onto something and they don’t let go… You know how much progress the notion of gay marriage has made. So I’m just keeping you here on the cutting edge.

What has this got to do with young boyish looking models posing nude in fashion?

It’s all about the culture. Fashion has been subliminally making the young, almost gay, very fashionable for a very long time. Remember…it was called “unisex.”

It’s in the playbook of “How to break down the family.”

Rush was attacked for even talking about the subject, but NOBODY WINS if we don’t protect the children. There is NOTHING normal about sex with children.  shatter the silence

Kate Moss left home when she was young. She grew up in a broken home. No father was there to make her feel special, and it’s no wonder she took off her clothes so much.  She may be rich and famous, but I feel sorry for her. They say in the article that nobody really knows her…..

About that…..

January 9, 2013 Posted by | Child molesters, Uncategorized | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

   

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