The GQ magazine photo shoot featuring Glee actresses in sexually suggestive poses dressed as schoolgirls is yet another example of America’s obsession with young girls and youth, according to one behavior expert.
“Although the actresses are adults, they are dressed as schoolgirls and this promotes and drives the male obsession and desire for younger and younger women ” says Patrick Wanis PhD – Human Behavior & Relationship Expert, originally from Australia.
“Miley Cyrus sent the same message with a sexually suggestive and topless photo shoot for Vanity Fair when she was just 15, and Britney Spears promoted the same older male obsession with schoolgirls with her video “Baby one more time” and with the lines from the song ‘I am not that innocent’ says Wanis. “While some critics believe that these sort of actions serve to sexualize school children, they also promote the ideal that the younger the woman, the hotter and more attractive she is. In turn, this encourages men to cheat on their wives and girlfriends with younger women, or should I say, younger girls.” says Wanis.
“The GQ Glee photo shoot also sends the message to women that if you want to be attractive and appealing to men, then you need to be really young – a teenager – and sexual. And while America seems obsessed with youth and young girls, it gives little value to age, experience and wisdom. Other Western countries like the UK and Australia prize experience, insights, wisdom and education above youth.”
“And in 2008, a company began to market in the US, high heels for babies! In general, we are over sexualizing young girls and the result is rampant cases of Body Dysmorphic Disorder among girls as well as stolen childhoods and a loss of innocence. Maybe Britney was right and speaking for many teenagers when she said ‘I am not that innocent’” concludes Wanis.
Also read the article “Sexualization of school-aged girls harms women of all ages – expert says”: https://patrickwanis.com/blog/sexualization-of-school-aged-girls-harms-women-of-all-ages-expert-says/
Anointed “The Woman Expert” by WGN Chicago, Patrick Wanis PhD is a renowned Celebrity Life Coach, Human Behavior & Relationship Expert who developed SRTT therapy (Subconscious Rapid Transformation Technique) and is teaching it to other practitioners. Wanis’ clientele ranges from celebrities and CEOs to housewives and teenagers. CNN, BBC, FOX News, MSNBC & major news outlets worldwide consult Wanis for his expert insights and analysis on sexuality, human behavior and women’s issues. Wanis is the first person ever to do hypnotherapy on national TV – on the Montel Williams show.