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July 23, 2012

Justin Bieber Rolling Stone Cover is Gross, and Could Be Promoting Child Porn

Filed under: opinion — Scottie @ 17:10

I think the writer is nuts!   Sorry but by  the definition used here everyone who has a wet dream is a child molester and abuser…promoting child sex.  Get real, a wet dream is not the devil tempting children to have sex with each other.   Justin can not help he looks young and cute.  Most would love to have his looks.  A lot of older people are jealous of his looks and some wish to hold him.   So read this and see how far the USA has gone in being repressive, being scared of the human body, having become so uneducated as to not know how the human body works.   Silly humans, cuteness is for kids…LOL

Justin Bieber Rolling Stone Cover is Gross, and Could Be Promoting Child Porn.

Justin Bieber Rolling Stone Cover is Gross, and Could Be Promoting Child Porn

Justin Bieber Rolling Stone Cover is Gross and Could Be Promoting Child Porn

This is not the first time Justin Bieber makes the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. However, it is the first time the still pre-pubescent-looking singer is featured on the magazine’s cover after he turned 18.

Obviously, Rolling Stone is trying to capitalize on Bieber’s millions of fans (doesn’t he have like 25 million Twitter followers already?), and there’s nothing wrong with that.

The troubling part, though, is that many of Justin Bieber’s fans are little girls as young as 9-years-old and below. That is why the sexualized way the cover is presented is inappropriate – and could even have legal consequences in some states.

Justin Bieber might be legal (i.e. to have sex), but as mentioned before many of his fans are not. Featuring the teen idol — who just released an album called Boyfriend – along the words “hot, ready and legal” suggests to his fans he’s ready to have sex – with them.

And as these 15, 16 and 17-year-old Justin Bieber fans fantasize about “doing it” with Justin – or with any other 17 or 18-year-old high school senior that they might consider “cute” — they could be opening themselves to child abuse charges (some states penalize sexual relations between two minors, and not only between an adult and a minor).

There’s nothing wrong with featuring teen idols for the entertainment of the masses, but overly sexualizing these singers and actors is kind of gross — to be honest.

However, Bieber and Rolling Stone seem to be covering their backs when the teen idol declares in the featured interview, “I don’t think you should have sex with anyone unless you love them. I think you should just wait for the person you’re in love with.”

3 Comments »

  1. That picture really does make Justin look like a kid on the street selling himself. You would think magazines like Rolling Stone would have better judgement instead of letting money take over there morals. I hope Justin learns that pictures like that are not good for him.

    Hello Doug. I did not get that same impression and image from the picture. I see nothing wrong with it. He is what he is. You wouldn’t want to criticize the kid because he has the good fortune to be cute to some people would you? What if he was deformed of face or body, but wearing the same shirt and looking at the camera in the same stance. All I see in this picture is a young person in a tee shirt, looking at a camera and having his picture taken. I see nothing sinister or more to it. Hugs

    Comment by dougl61 — July 23, 2012 @ 18:07

    • I guess you are right. I have worked with children for fifteen years now, most have been abused in some way or another, some have also been homeless. Sometimes I go overboard when it comes to protecting children. Some of the teens I have friended on facebook were homeless at one time and ended up selling themselves on the street to survive.

      Hello Doug. It is grand you do such work with those who need you. Being in a profession does tend to color your perceptions about things, it is because we are trained that to think that way. Some times we do have to separate our preconceived feelings from what we are seeing. The fact we all can find something different in photography is one reason it touches us so.

      About that cover. I am at the age where I find all young people to have a magic eagerness to them, the innocence of new life and adventure. I am talking any person in late teens to late 20′s. I see the clear shining eyes, the ability to walk and bend with out pain that I have lost most of. It is not a sexual thing, I have no desire to try to keep up wit a young person, I am happy in my own life. So just the picture did not affect me in the same way it did you. I saw only a young man having his picture taken. Now Carlitos did point out what I missed…the wording of the bold writing on the page with him. That was suggestive. Yet in truth it would be silly to think this young man, with all his looks and fame has not had sex of some type at different times. I am not one who thinks teens do not have sexual desires and needs. They are young humans.

      See this is why nudism is so much a culture issue. I find nudist families, with nude children running around to be a healthy normal thing. I see nothing sexual about it. I have no taboo or fear of the human body. IN my job I have seen all genders, all sizes, all types, and the healthy and the very ill totally unclothed. The body has no mystery for me. The body by it self is not a sexual thing for me. So seeing nude kids is really nothing more than seeing the same kid in a shirt and shorts to me. But some people do see a sexual comportment. So do we punish those who want to be nude and harm no one, or do we go after people for their very private thoughts….or do we make people responsible for their actions only?

      Doug like you I don’t want young people forced into sex, homeless, or harmed via word or deed. But I also see they have to live in this world we have created, with all its flaws. I wish I had an answer my friend, but I don’t. All I can say is thank you for your work to help others, and all the people who do as you do. Hugs

      Comment by dougl61 — July 23, 2012 @ 18:29

  2. Hello Scottie,

    I don’t see the pic as promoting anything sexual. But, the tag lines “HOT, READY, LEGAL” certainly do not give a wholesome idea of what Beiber
    should be standing for. It sounds too much like an add for gratuitious sex. Sometimes freedom of speech is not what we would like it to be. Beiber should have the authority to exercise some control on what language accompanies his image.
    –carlitos

    Hello Carlitos. Yes I just mentioned to Doug in his comment that I missed the words as to tell the truth I was not that interested in the cover, I was more interested in the silly notion that the boy being cute and in a picture was child pornography. Sorry but young teens dreaming of having sex with him is not molestation, not abuse, not even that abnormal. Look I had been used sexually as a little kid, yet I still wanted to have sex with the hunky cute guys in music and on TV as a teenager my self. Look at wet dreams, are they molestation by GOD? we have to understand that young people are humans with all they needs that older human have. Thanks for reminding me to read the cover. Oh and I am sure the young man did it to prove he is not a child anymore….it is something all teens do..want to prove they are not kids anymore. Hugs

    Comment by carlitos — July 23, 2012 @ 18:59


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