My life is rated PG. I don't even get drunk and pass out. I neatly tuck myself into bed at night at a reasonable hour. By myself. Alone. But let's not dwell on that.
Except for some off color jokes, a few innuendos, and perhaps a couple swear words we'll pretend I don't say, my life could be rated G. I don't stay out late. I don't have one night stands (or any "stands" for that matter). I dress modestly. I don't drink alcohol or do drugs. So basically what I'm saying is, if we subtracted those few swear words, I could be a Disney Princess. Preferably Rapunzel. Or Ariel. (When she's in the ocean, not on land.)
In the world today there are too many 'chicks' and not enough ladies. When did being classy become a bad thing? A strong case could be made for the 1970's. An even stronger case could be made for the millennium. Classy is considered old fashioned and I think that came with modern rap music. There are very few rappers who regularly rap about anything other than sex. Women who listen to these songs want to be Lil' Wayne's shorty so they dress the way girls in his music videos do.
I'm not going to get into objectifying women because I'm just not into that conversation. But it saddens me that girls believe they need to dress skanky and dumb themselves down in order for guys to like them. I see it everywhere. (Mainly when I leave the confines of Utah.) Girls get dressed up, go to clubs, get drunk, dance around, and hope to get picked up.
I'm okay with my PG rated life. I don't have to worry about waking up in an unknown person's bed with a hangover, only to roll over and see a naked, balding man with too much chest hair who I could have sworn was sexy the night before. I also don't have to worry about that naked man getting me pregnant or giving me STD's. (Abstinence is the best protection against unwanted pregnancy and STD's!) (But this is not to say I'm not extremely baby hungry.)
Girls these days want the boys in the club to be like, "Damn, girl!" (I actually really like that Justin Timberlake song. So does my mom.) They want to be noticed. They want to be told they're 'hot' and/or 'sexy.'