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Do any of you remember what you were like when you were fifteen? Were you naive ingots, or did you have the capacity to understand what you were doing?

Miley Cyrus knew that a picture of her bare back skin was being taken. Did she understand that the sentiment of the general American public has attention span of a boll weevil? Did she know that the paying citizens would not have the capacity to understand the artistic nature of the photographs of current controversy?

EVERYBODY CALM DOWN. The photographs of Ms. Cyrus aren't meant for sex appeal. They are beautiful, especially in the fact that they connect her in the human form, as opposed to the centrifugal "perfect being" ideal of modern popular culture icons in which we are so accustomed.

Miley Cyrus is a human being, child or not. Adding the label of "under eighteen" does not change the person of whom she identifies. Regardless of Miley Cyrus' identity, it is solely the responsibility of the parent to rear their own child. When the factor of childhood influence is removed, what does a person have against a beautiful photograph of a beautiful person?

Frame perspective, and you'll frame perception. Rework your conception of "child" into "person", and give equity to your "child's" capacity for reason, and you'll never have to worry that your own child's capacity for reason becomes adulterated. Every witch hunt starts with you and whom you accuse.
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