“RAISED CATHOLIC” GIRLS GONE WILD

Catalyst September Issue 2010

Recently we have been asked to comment on some of the actions taken by young female stars who were raised Catholic.

After a poster for the upcoming movie, “Machete,” was revealed showing Lindsay Lohan dressed in a nun’s habit licking the barrel of a gun, we said, “Lindsay doesn’t have what it takes to tease the movie, but she is eminently worthy of exploitation (she wasn’t featured in the movie’s trailer).”

We also recently dealt with Lady Gaga strutting around as a trampy nun in her music video for her song “Alejandro.” Later, at an event in Chicago, she threw herself half-naked into a crowd of crazies. How is this considered artistic?

17-year-old Taylor Momsen was also in the news for making outrageous comments about her sex life and saying that she was “raised Catholic” and jokingly saying that she “f***ed a priest once.” Bill Donohue said that if she were to really sit down with a priest, she would be “disabused of her sick thoughts.”

What is it about these Catholic-raised girls that makes them so adolescent, so silly and rebellious at the same time? Madonna takes liberties with the crucifixion; Lohan dresses as a nun and takes phallic pleasure in a firearm; Lady Gaga struts her trampy stuff playing a nun and stage-dives half-naked; and Taylor Momsen decides it is funny to joke about having sex with a priest.

No matter what, something sick is going on.


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Written by Bill