Rashida Jones Asks Young Women to Leave Something to the Imagination
Parks and Recreation star Rashida Jones, daughter of famed musician Quincy Jones, is not happy about the way many young ladies are dressing. Actually, the way they are not dressing is more like it, since the majority wear next to nothing.
Jones took to Twitter to express her feelings.
At the MTV Video Music Awards, 20-year-old Miley Cyrus appeared in a nude colored bikini while she shook her butt against Robin Thicke's genitals. Not long after that she had a photo shoot with risqué photographer Terry Richardson. She wears a red leotard that barely covers her privates while holding a canned beverage down there.
Jones is not the first to talk about this inappropriate behavior. Charlotte Church, 27, rose to fame at 11-years-old and now regrets wearing few revealing outfits as a teenager. She said as a 19-year-old she was pressured by middle-aged men to wear these clothes who told her she would look classy and artistic. She wants people like Miley Cyrus and Rihanna to stop acting like submissive sex objects.
Miss Church reserved her most stinging attacks for Rihanna, whose recent YouTube video Pour It Up provoked outrage when she was seen writing on a chair in a jewel-encrusted bikini.
She said: ‘[It] may have over 40 million hits on YouTube but you only have to look at the online response to see it is only a matter of time before the public turn on an artist for pushing it too far.
'But the single, like all of Rihanna’s other provocative hits, will make her male writers and producers and record label guys a ton of money. There is no easier way to sell something than to get some chick to get her t*** out, right?’