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By Glinda

If you want to hear what has now surpassed Madonna’s version of “Santa Baby” as the most annoying song on the planet, have a listen at this.

He did not just say “I’m glad you’re a hot mom now.” Did he?

I don’t know why, but it seems ok when a woman uses the term to describe herself, but really creepy and wrong when some weird dude playing bad acoustic guitar does.

Is that wrong? Am I being hypocritical? Or do you think the term “hot mom” is demeaning/objectifying no matter who says it?

3 Responses to “Blargh”

  1. raincoaster Says:

    You’re right, that is one annoying tune. I want to like it, but I can’t. I mean, I like the idea, but it does come across as “hey, preggos are totally gonna fall for this; it’ll be a hit” cynical. And there is too much silicone in that video to pretend he’s celebrating natural beauty.

  2. dgm Says:

    That was painful. I find that whole “hot mom” phenom really grating. In the OC (and other parts of SoCal) it’s what so many women strive for above all else. It’s kind of pathetic.

  3. La BellaDonna Says:

    It seems … stupid and pointless. What does the “mom” part have to do with the “hotness” part of it? Unless the day care air conditioning has conked out, and someone’s trying to fix it, because there’s a room full of cranky hot moms and their cranky hot kids, it’s a combination that makes no sense. Hot sexy man, hot sexy woman – whether or not you’ve exercised your ability to procreate, how is that pertinent? Other than the fact that (with luck, at least), someone found you attractive enough to procreate with?

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