No, she looks like she's trying too hard to be sexy and sultry and to me, that shouldn't be the message to her young and impressionable fans, that women and girls should not feel like bearing skin is what makes you attractive, when a woman has more to offer than her assists and the fact that you can be...
Best answer: No, she looks like she's trying too hard to be sexy and sultry and to me, that shouldn't be the message to her young and impressionable fans, that women and girls should not feel like bearing skin is what makes you attractive, when a woman has more to offer than her assists and the fact that you can be confident in yourself without the need to bare your body and dance seductively. Nothing wrong with showing a little skin, but when it's looking like how Ariana is looking, which basically looks like a sex kitten.. and constantly focuses on appearance and looking perfect is distorting how young girls are viewing themselves and their bodies.
In today's society, young girls who look up to female singers, and female celebrities in Hollywood are getting the message that baring your skin, wearing sexy outfits and dancing seductively is what makes you a strong, confident women, but at the same time, they want people to notice them for their individuality and their unique skills, but the reality is that you're not going to be noticed that way, if you're constantly needing to look perfect, to look sexy, to attract attention with barely their outfits.. that regonition isn't going to happen. You have to connect with people on a deeper level than just shock value, and beauty. People want to connect to the person, and not the persona. Celebrities are wearing their persona's like a handbag but they aren't actually showing their true selves, it's a front that these celebrities are playing and their fans are picking this up, and are starting to act and think how they are when that's not realistic nor is it realistic behaviour.
And like I said, showing some skin isn't a problem but if you're wanting to be respected as a person, and to be seen as the person you are rather than the persona you show to the world you're never going to get that.
To be confident in yourself isn't always about showing off, getting likes and getting the latest trends, it's about bettering yourself and others, wanting to help people and make a living for yourself, it's not about how you look, or what you wear it's about tapping into your potential and finding a purpose in life, there is more to a person than living a materialistic lifestyle, there's more to life than getting noticed by others and finding fame and fortune, because what it really comes down to is you and your life. Sex may sell, sex my attract, but it comes at the price of being somebody who you aren't deep down.