Guest Blog Entry
Anyone is welcome to submit a Guest Blog Entry to torontomike.com. I received the following submission earlier today.
I'm very comfortable with nudity and even though I was shocked to see what Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake did on TV at the Superbowl half-time show, I liked it. I value and appreciate artists and actors expressing themselves freely. We are sexual beings, why repress that? Celebrities pull stunts like that to help their careers, so why does it come as such a surprise? Bad publicity is good publicity. I was disappointed when I bought a copy of "The Simple Life" on DVD and Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie's swearing that adds to the hilarity of their situations is censored like it is on TV. "The Osbournes" isn't censored and I think it's worse. What many people witnessed on Sunday at the half-time Superbowl show was no worse than what most children see at home I'm sure. Parents and older family members change, take showers/baths, etc., forgetting that younger family members are closeby. Is that "different" in some way? The human body is a beautiful, natural thing.
I've officially received more Guest Blog entries on this topic than any other. You can scroll down to read my initial entry about the harmlessness of a little boob flash and the following Guest Blog entries.
To put this into perspective, Janet Jackson's breast has become the most searched-for image in net history. Prior to this week, the most-searched event in the history of The Lycos 50 over a one-day period was September 11. That's right, Janet Jackson's breast was a more popular search on Monday than September 11 was in the hours and days following that disaster. Enough said.
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