Aug. 11: Step away from the camera

Something I’ve learned, not first-hand (thank goddess), but by watching others:

If naked pictures of you exist, they will always, always end up where you don’t want them.

‘Specially if you’re a celebrity. How people can act so violated and angry over nude photos being released—photos they posed for and maybe even took themselves—is hilarious to me. But the fans who defend them are embarrassingly gullible; they’re often convinced it was all unintentional and that the star is the victim. So rarely is that the case.

Once? Oops. Twice, Vanessa Hudgens? You’re a freaking moron. I don’t think your fans—or your fans’ parents—are going to be so forgiving this time. I, for one, am tired of trying to explain to the little ones in my house why some of their favorite celebrities do this kind of thing. “They’re just not very smart” only explains so much (and yet it applies to so many of their favorite celebrities).

I think it’s time to introduce the kids to “safe” idols like Stephen Hawking and the Dalai Lama.



  1. We can only hope we never find naked photos of Stephen Hawking online...

  2. Jeez! I'll quit sending them to you! Don't have to yell!


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