Kendra Wilkinson apparently told Ryan Seacrest her sex tape is going to be “learning tool” for little Hank IV. Make sure you reread that: Infant son and sex tape. That’s not fucked up at all. Popeater reports:
“Now that this happened, it hurts, but I know it’s going to make me and Hank better parents. It’s really going to make us teach our child what’s right and wrong in this world. We’re going to make sure our son is raised with a good head on his shoulders, a person that has morals, that treats women with respect.”
Hmm, I wonder if that wrong part will include pretending you didn’t sell your own sex tape for a chunk of the profits. Anyway, several parenting outlets and child therapists are already flipping out over what has to be the most retarded thing they’ve ever heard in their entire career. Here’s just a few responses:
“To justify the tape in this way, however, will teach him that he is not accountable for his actions and to make excuses for bad decisions.” – Cecelia Mecca, PhD., Cool Baby Kid.
“I think sometimes things are better left not talked about. Son and sex tape in the same sentence is one of those times.” – Christina Coppa, Parenting.com.
“When her son grows up, if anyone remembers the sex tape, or if he finds stacks of them in the garage, he will be psychologically damaged by seeing his mother performing sex acts.”
– Carole Lieberman, M.D.
Yes. Everything that last chick just said. If I saw my mother getting Baby Ruth’d by Sloth from The Goonies, it’d take no less than three SWAT teams to stop from me shooting a rifle off an overpass. Shit, just thinking about it makes me incapable of a committed relationship and now I have to start frequenting hookers. Look what you did, Kendra.
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