Media is destroying our youth
i have a question for whomever can actually make a difference and change something. i am a 19 year old brother, i have 2 awesome sisters that i love very much. my younger sister (13) came to me the other day crying, i asked her what was wrong, she told me she just had *** for the first time the past weekend and didnt like it, she told me she did it b/c everyone else is b/c its the only way to be popular "dont you listen to katy perry" thats what i was asked. so my question for whomever is running this "commission" is... do any of you have a sister? or a daughter? grand daughter? i want to know if you can put yourself in my shoes. i want to know if you can share this pain, this brutal crushing pain that makes me sick at night. and if you know how this feels... why do we let this happen? if i could sue this commission i would, but im probably too young and ignorant to understand how to. but one thing im not too young and ignorant to understand is this pain that i feel knowing some sick person took advantage of my young impressionable sister because the radio says do it
Mathew Waldrop commented
Yeah, your parents aught to have taught her about ***, not Katy. Tell your parents to learn how to educate your sibling, and tell them that your sister id what she did, FCC can't change what Katy Perry said in a song or what ever.
Okay, number one when did Katy Perry say outright that everyone is having *** and it's the only way to be popular? Number two, this probably happened because you or any other authority figure in her life did not explain this issue. As it seems to me after reading what you posted you like to avoid said issues and sweep them under the rug. Number three, I don't think that it's the "commission's" fault that your sister failed the common sense test and got corn syrup on her pancakes.