In a recent interview, Mylie Cyrus revealed the secret of her ambition, if not success. Supposedly, reversals had bedeviled her life. As she admits here (http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2013/09/16/arrogant-much-miley-cyrus-says-taking-over-world/ )
she felt like an adult when she was a child, so she considers it her privilege to reverse the usual process. Perhaps that explains her kinky movements in public: She's just trying to jerk herself back in time. If she wriggles enough, will she be able to shed her new skin, and get back into her old one?
Somehow, she also believes that "every girl" focuses on fashion. Just where has this "girl" traveled to know so much about the young females of Iran, Somalia, Serbia, Kosovo, Latvia, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, Tibet, Cameroon, Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and, of course, Syria?
Mylie, dear, the first lesson that healthy babies learn is that the world doesn't revolve around them. There really are children out there who yearn for education. There really are girls in the world who grow up instead of down. Yes, Mylie, there are women, too, who contribute to the enterprises of finance, law, architecture, engineering, medicine, psychology, literature, peace and understanding, just as good men do.