Miley Cyrus Divorces and Yes You Should Care
Miley Cyrus Divorces and Yes You Should Care
So Miley Cyrus, the twerking twit who used to be a wholesome Disney kid star, is divorcing her husband of less than a year. Apparently her antics were too much for husband Liam Hemsworth to take.
Now you may be saying, who cares? Well, you should, especially if you have kids who see this garbage day-in, day-out in the media. The media is the culture which influences them, which tries to dictate their beliefs and wants to root out what you’ve taught them. So even if you don’t care about Cyrus and her ilk, that culture will make you care anyway.
But it’s “so sad,” said Elite Daily, as they reported that Liam Hemsworth filed for divorce from wife Miley Cyrus. Yet, “ultimately, everyone has to do what’s best for them,” ED wrote, and as long as they’re happy that’s all that really matters.
Isn’t that the current zeitgeist? Cultural elites have taken the ’60’s mantra “if it feels good, do it” and applied it to the social media generation of celebrity influencers.
So in case you missed it, here’s what happened:
After Hemsworth and Cyrus separated on August 10, she was photographed engaging in some lesbian antics in Italy with Kaitlynn Carter, whose only achievement seems to be that she married into the Jenner-Kardashian celebrity hot mess. Oh, and she’s an Instagram influencer, too. What a surprise.
At any rate, Cyrus and Carter vacationed in Italy earlier in the month, spending time like this:
UPDATE: Miley Cyrus Seen Kissing Kaitlyn Carter After Split With Liam Hemsworth https://t.co/d7rLSvzjdt
— Ria (@BarstoolRia) August 11, 2019
But no harm, claimed a source in People magazine. They were “just having fun.”
Apparently Liam Hemsworth didn’t see it that way. He filed for divorce on Wednesday. A source for Entertainment Tonight said:
“Liam never wanted to share Miley with anyone. He loves her and he is far too traditional.”
Gee, imagine that — a husband doesn’t want his wife engaging in a lesbian love affair. Or any other kind of infidelity, for that matter. But according to the zeitgeist, there’s nothing wrong with what Cyrus and her gal pal did. It’s just. . . different.
But don’t you dare accuse Miley Cyrus of cheating on her husband. If what happened in Italy wasn’t “cheating,” what in the wide, wide world of sports does Cyrus think cheating is?
Naturally, the entertainment world gave Miley Cyrus props for the split.
For example, Madonna (now there’s a paragon of class — snort!) heaped praises upon Cyrus:
“Thank GOD!! You are human! A woman who has lived. No need to apologize!!”
Frankly, I don’t think God had any influence on Miley Cyrus, but I guess that’s just me. After all, I’m one of those Christian scolds.
While actress Bella Thorne gushed:
“I love this. So much from the heart. Takes a lot to say. I love every version of u. Perfection is imperfect and that’s a fact.”
Whatever the hell that means.
Finally, Marcie Bianco, a feminist writer at NBC News, made this ugliness all about feminism and the patriarchy and the evils of heterosexuality. Which, according to her, “is just not working.”
“Miley Cyrus has never been shy about discussing her own personal sexuality. In 2015, the “Wrecking Ball” singer said, “I don’t associate men and protection necessarily,” in a Time magazine interview. “I think that’s what’s given me the openness of sexuality.”
Instead, Cyrus chose to marry Liam Hemsworth in 2018 because he was “the person I feel has my back the most.”
Once again, selfish and self-centered: more of the current zeitgeist. Marriage is not about two people looking to fulfill one another, rather it’s about who can do the most for me.
But Bianco cheers all of this, ’cause it’s payback, baby!
“While men stew in their mess, women are rising. They are taking back control of their lives and their bodies and they are questioning the foundation of the patriarchy — heterosexuality — that has kept them blindly subordinate for centuries.”
Now you may not care that Miley Cyrus has split from her husband. Nor might you care about her “pansexuality” or her tattoos or her twerking. But the culture does. And that culture is drip-dripping into the minds of Generation Z, who absorb this through omnipresent social media. Should that generation reject what’s good and embrace this social sewerage, the effects will be even more draconian than they are now. And then we will all be made to care.