The Whore Cyrus

Astounding to me and hopefully, to most of you as well, that I have actually seen this term. “The whore Cyrus,” in reference to Miley Cyrus. Not a prostitute or porn star but a Disney Star.

In a world where you create your universe by your own thoughts, how many woman, or girls must hate themselves so much as to direct their mean intentions toward a girl they never have met.
At the age of fourteen how many of them would be able to manage stardom, a career and a public persona?
Any odd actions we saw from Brittney Spears was nothing more than the delayed reaction of a teen age girl whom so many were jealous of and had lashed out at. And for what, chasing a dream, or was it being successful at it?
Even with all the persecution and hatred that Brittney has had to endure through her teenage life, just because you knew her name, she still has to get up every morning and carry on. It is that easy to forget that not only are these real people, but young girls that have had the same feelings and doubts as any of you.
I would dare any American girl to put on her shortest booty shorts, walk on to a stage in front of 10’s of thousands of people, and perform as expected. Without showing a single fear, revealing a single doubt, expressing even one misplaced intention.

After all that envy and hatred directed toward any one teenage American girl, weather it be Brittney or Miley or whomever, to come out as well as either of them have, alive, healthy, happy and successful, I have to admit that I am proud of the girls who represent “The American Teenage Girl.”
And no I am not Justin Bieber’s biggest fan, I can’t find any animosity towards him. For what, following a dream, finding success, daring to climb on stage and do what most of us can’t, being yourself under the scrutiny of the public eye.
Rehabs are filled with AMERICAN child stars and I don’t believe it was the industry that put them there, but more likely the people who did not consider themselves to be fans. If you can’t support America’s youth, can you at least not hurt them. Because after all, rich or poor, famous or obscure, inside they are or at least were, children of ours. Most of the world knows the names Brittney Spears and Miley Cyrus, American girls being just that, American girls. When Katy Perry sings “Teenage Dream,” I know at least one of them understood what they where capable of, and that even with any faults they might have, I am proud to call them American Idols.

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