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07 February, 2014

We Can’t Stop- Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus, we cant stop
Keywords: corrupt, derogatory, miley cyrus, Objectification, Sex

Miley Cyrus never used to be like this, she used to sing about lyrics with a little bit of meaning and in her videos was dressed decently. Obviously she can not stay a child forever. I feel that the main reason her image in this video and for her image at the moment is because of the media and the pressure to be this way in society. Personally, i really dislike pop, rap, r&b and hip hop music as it has been taken over by product placement, sex, drugs and money. It has become corrupt and the lyrics no longer have any meaning.┬áVideos like this really annoy me because Miley is in barely any clothes and there are a lot of sexual references such as slapping other girls bums and shaking her bum around. I think this is really derogatory to women and doesn’t help the fight against sexism, in fact it kind of shows it as okay as it is all over the media and is shown as ‘good’ and ‘the norm’ The lyrics consist of ‘to my home girls here with the big butt, shaking it like we at a strip club’ it’s all very sexual. Videos like this are bad because boys that watch it get in their head that is is okay for women to treat themselves like sexual objects so therefore they can aswell. It is also bad for girls that watch it aswell because they learn to be ‘slutty’ and they don’t learn to respect themselves.

About the Author

Written by Alex Vassiliou

Age 14

i feel really passionate about sexism and equality for women. you could say im a feminist

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