Naughty Girls Aren't Cash Cows

Harris Mungai By Harris Mungai, 16th Jan 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Earlier I shared a post here on agencies misusing girls,or is it that the girls are doing it from their own free will? Iam still doing a survey and study on the same and i thought I should share this similar article.

Tight Morals

Bad girls are like,so overrated.Ill-mannered,young and attractive,that fill acres of newspapers and magazine space with claptrap,it really is a waste of trees.Life,however it seems,is not without its pleasures.These brats may be engaging the tabloid attention intentionally,but it is the good girls who are raking in the money,power and respect.The phenomenon of Paris Hilton:socialite,Lindsay Lohan:addict,Britney Spears:disturbed;has been over-analysed to its Freudian "in conclusion".They maybe worth millions of dollars each,but they are not anywhere near where the good girls come home to rest.
Forbes,in its quintessential list-compiling spirit,broke out a 100 of the world's most powerful people in Hollywood as of June in 2007.It was based on their earnings in a period of one year with reasons why they made the list.Obviously,Oprah Winfrey tops the list.Now that we have her out of the way,there was a collection of very intriguing females on it.
Admittedly they didn't rank as highly as Angelina Jolie,who is,depending on who you ask,alternatively good or 'bad',but these women are known for more than walking around in a permanent daze induced and aided by drugs or alcohol.They are not living in the fast lane,and have earned as much money that they make it pointless for the average 23-year-old to aspire to such a status in life.

Big Fortunes

These are the good girls they keep their underwear on,are not caught out during cringe worthy things and so far,they can be describe as squeaky clean.Their only faux pas would have to be their occasionally questionable fashion choices which really happen to the best of us.These are considered the crop of young females who are currently shaping the way the world thinks of 20-something-year-old females.They could be either good or bad.But,it apparently pays to be good.
The managing editor for Forbes magazine once said in an interview that, "just because you're infamous doesn't mean that you have to make enough to get on that list.And now good girls are making the list".You might think these names hardly ring a bell,but collectively these women have in the years past earned enough money to sustain a small independent country.They have endorsed products,defined beauty and sex appeal,commanded millions at the box offices and on television ratings with their talent,gone platinum,became entrepreneurs and God knows what else they will have done by the time they hit their 50's.

Role Models

They exercise a great amount of order and discretion in their lives,knuckling down to work,rolling their sleeves.And while the infamous trio is partying hard and forgetting to wear its underwear,they are keeping their clothes on,staying away from drugs,and basically being goody two shoes.Even the perpetually heart-broken .
Closer to home there are women who have been labelled bad girls for one reason or another,tanking in their careers with fascinating ease.They inspire stories in the countries top newspapers and magazines a lot of it hanging dangerously on the edge of fact and hearsay.So bad are some of the things they do,that we fear for not just their careers,but for their personal safety as well.Our images of them are cloudy because they appear to be rather stereotyped.
Books have been written to train women to be nasty,and I speak euphemistically here.There is one called, 'Why Men Love Bitches', training women to manipulate the male psyche and basically live their lives on the border of aggression."Playing nice will not get you a promotion,keep your man on his toes or glean respect from your peers",seems to be the punchline today.
Now it seems that the silently efficient and hardworking females our mothers aspired to transform us into,is reaping its reward.Of course money isn't everything,but it sure counts for a whole lot whichever way you choose to look at it.

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Moral Values, Morality, Morality And Ethics

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author avatar Harris Mungai
I developed an interest in writing when I was in elementary school and since then this passion keeps on burning in me.Thank you Wikinut for this chance to express myself here.

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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
17th Jan 2015 (#)

Ask their mothers what were they and their daughters will prove the fact in their behavior and upbringing.

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author avatar Utah Jay
17th Jan 2015 (#)

We all need good role models.

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author avatar Harris Mungai
17th Jan 2015 (#)

Lady Ayiana thank you for that comment.
As parents we need to bring up our children in the right ways and when they grow up,they will always remember.

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author avatar Harris Mungai
17th Jan 2015 (#)

Utah,it is true we all need good role models,but the question is,are we those good models? Thank you for this feedback.

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author avatar Carol Roach
17th Jan 2015 (#)

women have often set explosive trends throughout history

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author avatar Harris Mungai
17th Jan 2015 (#)

For sure Carol,it is true.
I appreciate your comment.

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author avatar Utah Jay
19th Jan 2015 (#)

There was a time when I was not a good model,
but now I have turned to God, I teach many children about Him on Sundays and do all things to make the world around me a better place…I teach the children how to work. I think if we always do our best then we are good role models.

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author avatar Harris Mungai
19th Jan 2015 (#)

That is really awesome Utah,setting good examples and showing direction to the future generation is the best thing we can for the young ones.

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