Ashley Green “Scandal” Is Nakedly Hypocritical
It’s stupid, it’s fake, everyone knows it, but the news media all pretend to think that it’s real and important.
People say, “Tsk tsk, she’s a slut, shame on her.” And then they spend an hour searching the Web to slobber over her photos.
Details of the story are scarce, but here’s how it looks to me.
Did Ashley pose for some porn Web site or sleazy magazine? No. Did she agree to have the photos published? No. Did she take any money for posing? No.
We know what probably happened because the story is always the same — only the names change. Ashley fell for a line that almost every woman has heard from a guy at least once: “Don’t worry, baby. No one will ever see the pictures. They’re just for me. You do love me, don’t you?”
Instead of using her head, she let her trusting and generous heart do the thinking for her. And she’s paying the price.
By coincidence, just last month a guy gave me that same sales pitch. But I was less trusting than Ashley (or more paranoid, take your pick) so I turned down the offer. I’ll never be a movie star, but at least I don’t have to worry about nude photos of me turning up at some horrible future moment.
I’m sorry, but I am angry about this, and it’s not just because Ashley plays my second-favorite vampire character in the “Twilight” movie.
Why is nobody blaming the sleazeball guy who talked her into posing and then leaked the photos? Why do people think that Ashley is to blame because she did something nice for a guy who didn’t deserve it?
Excuse me, but I can’t write any more. I’m going to go cut up pictures of men. 🙂
Copyright 2009 by Rinth de Shadley.