I have been a McFly fan since the dodgy haircuts and the baggy jeans. I literally grew up with them, going to my first concert when I was just 11. Everyone always said to me, ‘they won’t last, they’ll be like every other boyband’ but I knew that McFly were different.
When I first heard the news about Peaches Geldof’s death, my first thought was ‘how could she do that to her children?’ – I know that thought might have been a little presumptuous as, at that point, nothing had been confirmed about how she died. I so hoped that it was a tragic accident, however, it turned out that I was right…
Sorry for the lack of posts this week but I’ve been out enjoying Fleadh Cheoil Na hÉireann!
For those of you that don’t know, Fleadh Cheoil Na hÉireann is a traditional Irish music festival that celebrates the best in Irish music, dance and literature.
NB: I wrote this as part of my portfolio at the end of my first year.
On St Patrick’s Day, it’s not just the Irish that celebrate; many countries worldwide decide to go green.
I’m not really a fan of American reality shows, as they seem to make one about anything they can think of, but none of them particularly bothered me until I heard of ‘Toddlers and Tiaras’.
Children as young as 6 years old are being sexualised by their own parents: getting spray tans, hair extensions, fake eyelashes, fake nails & being covered in make up.
This is not how a 6 year old should look:
A lot of the children who appear on the show act like grown ups and do not speak how a child should speak. Of course it’s not the child’s fault, it’s their parents who force them into it which leaves the child feeling like this is the norm.
I do not believe that children should be robbed of their childhood and forced by their parents into these beauty pageants at such a young age. Why any parent would want to do that to their child is beyond me. I mean we’re only children for a short amount of time and everyone deserves a happy, funfilled childhood.