http://www.impre.com/la-gente-dice/view ... 4978962064 JENNIFER LOPEZ, SEX, AND THE CULTURE & MEDIA INSTITUTE: A BAD COMBINATION
by David Lara /
10 April 2012 (11:16 am EDT)
TRANSLATED from ITALIAN (google)
Jennifer Lopez, the talented Boricua actress, singer, and businesswoman, is in better shape than ever. And she's proving that age is just a number when you have control of your life.
She is a "cougar" by all means, and maybe the first to acknowledge that this phase of her life is just that: another moment in time.
Be honest: Does anyone think that J-Lo and Madonna are going to marry their young boyfriends? And even when they say that love can conquer anything, all of this seems to be just another sign of show biz madness.
Be as it may, Jennifer Lopez just released her new video "Dance Again" Ft. Pitbull; she claims in the lyrics that she "loves to make love" to the boy of her dreams. Actually her partner in real life is the co-star of the video, which is a mix of Kylie Minogue's "All The Lovers" and Madonna's "Justify My Love." That is, sex, music, and more sex.
The video clip's outstanding cinematography and choreography weren't enough to please the Culture and Media Institute, as they called it "skanky and distasteful."
The organization fails to realize that after all, this is Jennifer Lopez and not Audrey Hepburn rescuing a cat in the last scene of Breakfast at Tiffany's. The 42 year-old wants the world to know that she's sexy and enjoying herself like never before. Sorry Marc Anthony, as it must hurt.
However, The Culture and Media Institute really think they have the right to punish anyone who doesn't follow their rules.
It is true that such raunchy videos should show a parental warning before being played on TV. But an extremely sexualized society could be as dangerous as the false puritanism of all these so-called conservative groups.
Please: Where is the right balance?