“It will be tastefully done.” says Dina Lohan, about her daughter Lindsay Lohan’s up coming photo shoot with Playboy magazine.
Huh? It will be tastefully done? How is that even possible?
If I could talk to this mother, this is what I’d say:
What’s wrong with you, woman? You, as her so-called manager, are pimping out your own daughter for money. There is nothing “tasteful” about posing naked in a magazine for all the world to see. There is nothing graceful about that. Men, boys, and perverts of all kind all over the world will be staring at your daughter’s nakedness. She will be exposed in the most vulnerable way possible. Doesn’t that alarm you, even a tiny bit? Where is your Mother’s Instinct to Protect? Your poor daughter has enough problems with drugs and alcohol, but now you will help her to add this to her low self-esteem? All for money! Money and fame. Is it that important to you that you would sacrifice your own daughter? You give motherhood a bad name. Shame on you. Your daughter has so many other problems right now. You should just scoop her up, run to the most secluded place you can find, and help her get off the drugs. That would be a start. Next, get her into some sort of therapy that will work on her self-esteem. Maybe if she liked herself more she wouldn’t be so self-destructive. She needs a mother right now, not a money hungry manager who just wants to make money off of her at any price. Start acting like a MOTHER to this lost little girl before you find her dead of an overdose inside of some cheap hotel room.
Please someone…print out this short little note of mine and mail it to this Dina person. She disgusts me. I know that her daughter is a legal adult and can make her own decisions. I know that. But even if my adult daughter decided on her own to pose for Playboy magazine, I would not stand by her side, cheer her on and defend that kind of decision. And I would certainly not take any of the money for it. But maybe that’s just me.
I can’t help but to compare my mothering techniques to this lady’s. First of all, not only would I never approve of a photo shoot with Playboy magazine, but I’d never let my daughter wear a top where her breasts are hanging out like that! I mean, really? Is that necessary? Man, I really hate Hollywood, the people involved in it. That whole industry is just a nightmare for any child to get involved in. Especially if they have parents like this lady.