RE: Miley Cyrus Vanity Fair pictures:
Tousled hair? Check.
Wrinkled bedsheet/clothes pulled up to conceal said toplessness? Check
Harsh makeup for a 15-year-old? Check.
Enigmatic expression that might be "come hither" but you don't know for sure? Check.
I know it's been defended by using those teenaged Brooke Shields Calvin Klein ads as an example:
But every time I see those photos it's a different Brooke Shields thing I see:
You know what happens when you make these young teen idols grow up too fast?
What really bugs me is that I actually watched a few of these "Hannah Montana" episodes, and I thought they were pretty cool for teenage girls to watch. But it's like actresses/singers like Miley turn 15, 16 years old and there is this big rush to establish them as "hot chix." What the hell?
That's why I'm throwing my support towards proud Girl Scout Abigail Breslin:
Nobody let Annie Leibovitz and her camera within twenty feet of that girl!