Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Bristol Palin Sells Sex Talk for Money

No,no, no...... this is not what you think.  Bristol  does not have her own sex hotline. She is a strong and principled young woman and that sort of thing is definitely not her style.

You remember Bristol, don't you?  She and her intended followed Mommy and McCain all around the campaign in 2008 projecting family values.  Bristol ,at age 17 was, at the time, 5 months pregnant by Levi Johnson ( unfortunate last name, but never mind).A wedding was planned in the indefinite future but things fell apart as soon as the McCain campaign bit the dust and Levi started peddling his story all over town. To add to the fun, Levi's mom ended up in the pokey for peddling drugs.

Now Bristol is a single mom with a son to support so she's exploring her options. Recently she made her acting debut on ABC Family's The Secret Life of An American Teenager and just yesterday, it was announced that Bristol has been taken on by Single Source Speakers. She's about to hit the lecture circuit and will get from $15,000-30,000 a pop to talk  about teen pregnancy and how to prevent it. I can tell you how to prevent it for free-- either keep teens sexually segregated or teach them about birth control. It's a no brainer.  Wonder if the word condom will cross Bristol's lips?  Hope she likes creamed chicken in patty shells.

Never has getting knocked up paid so well. Just goes to show you, no matter how you slice it, sex sells.


LondonGirl said...

What is her line going to be? "Do I I say, not do as I do"? What a winner.

JamaGenie said...

I'm curious as to where she's going to give these high-priced "keep your legs crossed and your pants zipped" pep talks. High schools and non-profit teen pregnancy groups certainly can't afford $15K-$30K a pop. Considering Mama and Papa Palin aren't paupers by any stretch of the imagination (but Daddy may soon lose his job at BP - oh, darn..), and considering how Mom Palin is still cramming her version of "family values" down our throats, Bristol's pearls of wisdom should be delivered free gratis.

After all, the message she sends to teenage wannabe moms is "get pregnant, then rake in the bucks". Sorry, but too many already think that; that having a baby in high school is a ticket to many years of welfare, food stamps and free medical care.

LondonGirl said...

Unless your welfare is particularly generous, though, Bristol Palin's earnings here are higher than most teenager mothers' are!

Chris Stonecipher said...

Americans taste for television voyerism will fund her "vision".