Hot girls working it, shaking their boobies and their booties. That is, what little they’ve got; these are preschoolers. OK, Maybe first graders.
[Click on still to watch Youtube video. Embedding disabled by Youtube.][And, yes, I recognize the double-entendre of "embedding" in this context.]
Understand, if you don’t have the guts to watch this damned thing, that it is a professional production on a real stage in front of a huge studio audience, not some neighborhood girls entertaining their families in somebody’s living room, or even some deranged school show. Evidently connected with the World Of Dance tour, sponsored by Paul Mitchell shampoo.
Via, of all places, Roissy in DC, who is not in the least pleased:
I really wonder what goes through the minds of parents who would skank up their five year old daughters. Preparing them for a world of assholes, players and game? That reasoning would at least make some sense. When you are saturated in a femicentric culture that places no obligation on women, removes all slut shaming, and releases them from dependence on men’s resources, then the natural result is a race to the base that exalts women’s good-to-go sexuality far above all other values, as that is the last standing value that has any currency left in a wide open, marriage-averse mating market. And what better way to make sure your little angel knows the right moves to get more attention from the boys than the other whorelets than by decking her out in bra and panties onstage and teaching her the fine art of suctioning her privates to the floor. I bet single moms are more prone to doing this sort of experimentation with their bastard spawn.
I’ve downloaded this clip as evidence that it actually appeared. I’ll post here, in full, if Youtube deletes it.
Shocking. Appalling. I can’t watch more than a few seconds at a time.
Feminists? Hello? Anybody care to speak up for the right of these
girlswomyn to celebrate their sexuality?
Welcome, Other McCain readers! And thanks for the link!
Disturbing commentary about a disturbing phenomenon. Beyond its satirical value, National Offend a Feminist Week sometimes provokes discussion of serious issues and this is certainly one of those. This particular discussion, however, deserves a much larger and more serious venue.