Canary Wharf escorts said that more and more celebs seem to be using their sexuality to promote their music, movies or other wares. They say that many celebs seem to be switch hitters, and drift from one type of sexuality to others.
I was chatting to a group of Canary Wharf escorts who came into to visit us here at the Better Sex ofﬁces the other day, and we ended up talking about celebs. One of the Canary Wharf escorts said that she thought that Miley Cyrus has lost the plot, and is just copying the Madonna of old. Kissing in public and on stage is nothing new, and it was originally Madonna who provided is with this bit of shock promotional tactic.
The question that Canary Wharf escorts would like an answer to is quite simply if all of this is real, or is it fake? Celebs do have a tendency to live in the world of THE FAKE, and it isn’t just Canary Wharf escorts who think there is too much of this so called Sexual Exploration going on.
The dangers of shifting sexuality
Knowing who you are sexually is probably one of the most important factors of life. Many young people growing up today ﬁnd it difﬁcult to put a ﬁnger on their own sexuality explain Canary Wharf escorts. Celebs are always talking about exploring their sexuality, and having relationships with same sex partners or partners from a different sex.
Canary Wharf escorts and I keep wondering what this is doing to our young people today, and if we shouldn’t just step back and ask ourselves what is going on. Young people often ﬁnd growing up really difﬁcult, and many of these young people follow many of these celebs. The problem comes when these celebs change their sexuality, or sexual outlook from week to week. What do our children think?
We should ask ourselves if this is a healthy situation, and how are children are inﬂuenced by this type of behaviour. Does it mean that they are interested in homosexuality one week, or keen to explore their heterosexual side the next week? Growing up in today’s modern cyber world is difﬁcult enough without having to put up with celebs who can’t deﬁne their sexuality.
Are Celebs harmful to our young children?
Can celebs behaviour be harmful to young children? This is an important question to ask as I am always ﬁnding myself having to try to explain celebs behaviour to my young daughter. She doesn’t understand why some singers feel they have to kiss their fellow performers, or why some of them more or less seem to be promoting drugs.
If my daughter feels that way it must be thousands of other children feeling the same way, and I wonder if they speak to their parents about the issue. It would be dreadful to think that many children are trying to deal with this problem on their own.
Should we start to talk more about the bad behaviour of celebs to our kids? I do my utmost to explain why some celebs do the things they do, but at the same time I think the celebs have some responsibility to the young people who buy and download their music.