Parents, don’t let your kids grow up to be Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus began her career as Disney’s Hannah Montana.  So long Hannah, hello Lady Gaga Jr.

The recent buzz about Miley Cyrus is that she kissed a girl on Brittain’s Got Talent during a performance of “I Can’t Be Tamed.”

Of course, she flatly denies this at her blog…

http://www.mileycyrus.com/2010/06/04/bgt/

The problem is not however whether she kissed another female backup singer or faked kissing a female backup singer.  The problem is that she has taken an active pro-lesbian stance with her new song.  Through her entire new single cut, she advances the homosexual agenda with her erotic flesh-is-right, declaration of independence—“I can’t be tamed.”  The video excerpts are obvious and the lyrics are clear.  Here’s an excerpt:

I can’t be tamed, I can’t be tamed, I can’t be blamed…
I can’t be changed
Well I’m not a trick you play
I’m wired a different way
I’m not a mistake, I’m not a fake, It’s set in my DNA
Don’t change me (x4)
(I can’t be tamed)

The reference to DNA is clearly claiming you’re born gay, (i.e. gay gene).  You can’t change; you were wired that way.  Just follow your base instincts and do whatever you want.  Don’t be fake, be gay!

Parents, be warned.  For the last 10 years many trusting parents have allowed their children to be enamored with Hannah Montana, the cute funny kid rock star.  Now, she’s taking that popularity capital to lead her fans toward animalistic and immoral sexual behavior.   Good bye, Hannah Montana.  She can’t be tamed.  She can’t be changed.  She said it herself.

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One response to “Parents, don’t let your kids grow up to be Miley Cyrus

  1. Marisa Fenzel

    I agree with you all the way! I really used to like Miley Cyrus; I loved her shows and her songs. Last year when I found out about her new album ” Can’t Be Tamed” and viewed some of her music videos on Youtube I sort of backed away from being a fan of her. She is trying to keep her fans from when she first started to get famous by becoming like all of the unsuccessful celebrities out there. I personally think that she should have stuck with her roll of Hannah Montanta. As a fifteen year old I still loved her show!