Originally Posted by the natural beauty
The sad part is that Carrie Prejean was supposed to be a role model that little girls looked up to. We are teaching little girls to look up to those that get plastic surgery, make inappropriate videos and hate other humans.
Do we really want to be teaching our children that this is who they should grow up to be like?
The Miss USA pageant clearly endorses these things. They paid for Carrie's breast implants and have featured numerous contestants who have participated in homemade videos of an adult nature.
The reality is, Ms. Prejean was NOT a role model for little girls ... I'm sure she was receiving more attention from little BOYS! LOL!
She was supposed to be beautiful as well as fulfill her position as a beauty pageant winner, which I believe she had intentions to do, before she was attacked for having the same views our President does, although he is not criticized, while she is (thanks for pointing that out la_angel). She was not supposed to be a role model. Simply because people are in the public eye does NOT mean they are role models. I don't want a 10 year old girl smiling and parading around in a thong bikini because Carrie did it.
Why are you saying she is preaching hate? Because she utilized her right to freedom of speech? You don't have to agree with her views, but she has every right to say them (sounds like she could've been a role model if she had more clothes on .. hmm).
Her videos were released because her image was tarnished by the media. All they were doing was trying to sweeten the pot on their end of the deal.
FYI, her breast implants would be considered good plastic surgery, as they enhance her body quite well. I am being very objective, as I am not a Prejean fan. But I CAN be objective.
Let's look elsewhere for our role models.