Blue Pill? Red Pill?

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Β You can only choose one. What Say You And Why??!!



55 thoughts on “Blue Pill? Red Pill?

  1. I don’t know of any parent with a sane mind who would encourage their kids to have sex on tv just for money. I’m not a very judgmental person but I believe that the most important legacy I can leave my kids is teaching them self-respect. Sex may not be as sacred to many but a lot people have lost their dignity because of it.

  2. That’s the problem who does not watch TV in general…and reality shows specifically…i didn’t know people nowadays go on TV and have sex!! Wow! But, if asked to choose…i would probably choose the red pill..because its teens we are talking about…but…i think I would try to use more diplomatic language than.. “let me take you to an optician” πŸ˜› How about you? a colour blended pill? πŸ™‚

  3. I’ll choose the red pill… because really if the teenager I’m talking to is related to me in some way (I actually have 2 brothers, an 18 year-old and an 8 year-old, and a 10-month old baby sister). I wouldn’t want them to go for a career that was jump started by sex or any sexual related things.

    Not really because of the common reasons like religion and prejudices; because heaven knows that I’m not that religious and I watch porn (I’m actually a perv πŸ˜‰ and I freaking love Maria Ozawa, Dammit!!!) But simply because other people are prejudiced against those things. Especially in the country I live in. Because lets face it; celebrities and the common person gets judged for minor things like leaked nude photos; and even celebrities that successfully crossed-over from sex entertainment to mainstream still gets judged. I just want to protect my family; heck even just a kid I know.

      1. Yeah, I’m a perv who likes the idea of sex; but never come close to doing it myself… since feminine lesbians are not really a thing in my country. -_- Life…

  4. Red pill for sure. Then I’d ground her, and remind her that when she’s about to marry the man of her dreams and her future mother-in-law finds out . . . . shew the risk factor is immense

  5. Red pill.
    Unless you plan on developing your career in the sex industry. If that’s the case, take the blue pill.

    If you want a career in entertainment (presenting, singing, dancing, acting) and think that the blue pill will get you there quicker: it won’t.

      1. I can’t think of any examples, but I’m pretty certain that those who have crossed over into the mainstream, are subtly restricted to the role of half-naked sex-object in their work.

        … having said that, I’m know inclined to add that if you are a woman and you want to work in the entertainment industry then don’t take the blue pill. If you’re a man you can probably take the blue pill and get away with it.

        … unless, of course, you’re a man and you have gay sex on a reality TV show. That would probably be game over for your entertainment career.

        Am I wrong?

      2. I think so. Kim Kardashian is famed for a sex movie as is Paris Hilton and have been given wide access to mainstream fashion, fashion covers and television, not to mention lots of product endorsements and mainstream film roles.
        Only recently we had a hard core porn star in Big Brother.
        The gay sex? Wouldn’t matter one jot. We’ve had mainstream actors simulate gay sex totally naked on mainstream TV and it has not made a difference.
        We’ve had gay porn actors on mainstream reality shows.
        I think perhaps you are looking at this from a very African perspective? Correct me if I’m wrong.

  6. If they were at least 18 years of age, I would just guide the if they really wanted to go onto a show. Whatever choices they make is up to them and their life. They need to learn. All I can/could do is be a voice in their head but they make a choice to follow or not.

  7. In lieu of an answer, I’ll tell you a story – stop me if you know this. Joan Rivers, at some show a few years before her death, she’s telling ’em about when her daughter was doing a spread in Playboy or something, and she comes to me (Joan) and says, Mom, they’re offering me another million if I go pants off too. What do you think? And I’m (Joan is) like ‘what do I think? What do I think? I’m seventy-two fuckin’ years ols, entertaining drunks, gamblers and gays. What do i think??!?!?!!’


      1. that answer means blue pill though. Not that I approve, but I don’t make those sorts of choices for my adult kids. Having said that, seems pretty safe to me that my girls would choose right and red.

      1. Hate repeating myself…
        Thanks but no thank you😳

        No matter what colour
        Not interested in the bla bla bull
        Thank you
        Unsubscribe me please😳

      2. Oh no DC! This isn’t good. I hope everything is okay with you. You were a little exotic island joy on the comment boards for me. I shall surely miss you. However you can unsubscribe yourself. That isn’t a job for me.

  8. No hesitation here, red pill for sure. Money can always be made while holding on to your dignity. Self respect, not so easy to get back.

    Interesting question though!

    1. Oh how true! In their televised drunken moments when these girls really let facade drop you suddenly get a glimpse of how hurt/betrayed/stupid/naive they feel about their previous behaviour and no amount of words from their current reality show contemporaries convinces them that they can gain their self respect back as you say.

  9. Red pill all the way. I’m sure one can still have a fun and wild sex life without inflicting it on everybody else. (Yes, I don’t get any which is why I am clucking and tutting like an angry old granddad.) πŸ˜›

  10. Red. Red. Redredredred. Red. Red.

    To be clear, it’s not ONLY sex. It’s sex and it has emotional and physical ramifications. When a teenager has sex – and they will because sex is fun and natural and awesome – they need to be aware of that. Ideally it should their decision and a decision based on desire and intimacy and feeling ready and comfortable. Not while they’re throwing up out the back of a van as my friend did. Not on a fold out couch because my ‘boyfriend’ dared me to. Not on national television for the entertainment of strangers.

    Hopefully the discussion about sex and everything that goes with it is one that’s been ongoing since before puberty. But regardless, my advice to my boys when they become teenagers will be, ‘only you can make the decision to have sex…or not…but when you make that decision remember that you are special. The person you are with should make you feel special, loved, loving, safe and trusted. You are the most precious person in the lives of your father and I and you deserve to be treated that way when it counts most. Whatever decision you make, we love you unconditionally. You should too.”

    Will that win out over the drunk girl in the bra and short shorts? Mmmm. But I wish my parents had said something like that to me.

    1. I honestly don’t know…lol…regarding the drunk girl in the bra and shorts… especially if *whisper* one of the boys is also slightly 3 sheets to the wind!
      You’ve also highlighted the other side to this is that being so public it allows people to talk freely about it unlike with your (our) parents.

      But I get the message …red pill it is!

      1. Lol. Yes well, I have to admit that I was…well…let’s leave it at very ‘merry’, when I met my husband.

        I guess the key for me is a young person having sex because they want to, not because they feel coerced to.

  11. I don’t have kids, but no doubt I’d be shoving red pills right down my daughter’s throat … OK, that’s a bit harsh, but seriously, does anyone really have to think very hard about this? Sorry, but self-esteem trumps money every time in my book.

    1. When you think about it, there are these reality ‘stars’ and porno folk etc and they (mostly) all have parents – not all of whom would have a problem with it, I’m guessing – especially when they move into their new big house with the mortgage paid! I’ve known parents to push their daughters into situations that could lead to fame regardless of how they get there.

  12. I say Red Pill. I can’t not say that my faith colours my decision to some degree, but at the same time it’s still very much my own personal belief, even without the “religious” aspect. Sex isn’t meant to be something casual like how it’s treated. There can be and are serious consequences to it, physical, emotional, and social. It’s not something that should be taken as lightly as it is in today’s culture and I would most certainly tell my future hypothetical children that if they feel like they need to go on a show like that and do these things, then they need a serious re-evaluation of how they see themselves. They deserve better.

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