Carrie Prejean crusades against pornography

The Superficial / November 9, 2009

Despite having already posed for topless photos and a sex tape featuring only herself, Carrie Prejean decided to criticize pornography in her upcoming book. TMZ reports:

“Unfortunately, pornography has become mainstreamed — it rushes at us through big screens, portable screens; soft-core porn is on mainstream TV cable stations, hard-core porn is just a mouse click away on the internet, and the envelope of what seems acceptable seems to get pushed farther and farther as more and more people are exposed to this material.
The result is that girls grow up in a culture where it is hard to have an innocent, healthy, normal view of themselves, how they should behave, how they should act, and how they should dress.”

Of course, conveniently left out of this book is the part where Carrie Prejean finger-banged herself on camera then lied to Donald Trump about the wind blowing her shirt open in front of a professional photographer. But, hey, it’s not lying if you’re doing it for Jesus. Amirite? On that note, if Carrie’s book is successful, it’ll open the door to an avalanche of literary gems I’m dying to read:

Wearing Bras: My Favorite! by Britney Spears
Protecting Your Kid’s Privacy by Michael Lohan
Shitting on Toilets Instead of Cats by Amy Winehouse
Being Taken Seriously by Tila Tequila
How to Maintain a Clean and Healthy Vagina by Paris Hilton
Coherent Sentences by Sarah Palin

And, finally:

One Man’s Journey of Never Locking His Prop Wife in an Abandoned Refrigerator Because Her Parents are Catholics and Must Be Suppressed, Heil, Xenu! by Dr. Thomas Cruise