Despite the fact little Blue Ivy is perfect in every way, people who aren’t even relevant to their family spew negative completely inappropriate banter onto the child- to what end exactly? How does it benefit anyone to malign an infant?
But then again Pharoah killed countless infant first borns to get to one….didn’t he?
Initially Blue Ivy was way too big to be her age, now they are attacking a child’s hair texture which by all accounts is the dumbest thing ever. Beyond the fact that the child is not capable of doing her own hair, her genetic composition rivals all attempts to mask signs of negroid lineage.
Lately the media has waged attacks on Kim Kardashian and her increasingly swollen legs, feet and behind. When a woman is growing life in her body, changes are bound to occur. Did people really think that she was going to remain her same size while carrying a child? The attacks on children and pregnant women are more indicative of just how deeply troubled our society is truly.
Living in the spotlight from day one is no easy feat without a shadow of a doubt. However, the added pressures to maintain the mass perception of perfection will undoubtedly be harmful to the full development of the children born to these societal constraints. Watching the children grow will be most interesting. What will be most important is how the parents teach the children to deal with their environment in such a way that it will motivate positive change to alter the selacious standards of those who often have nothing better to do but to stir up unnecessary controversy.
Hurt people hurt people.
Individuals who seek to wound those who are perceived to be ‘better’ in some way will do whatever is necessary to bring them to their level rather than exercising that same energy into improving oneself. We must do better than this in order to survive with our senses.