Marilyn Manson: Pretending To Slit Your Wrists On Stage Is In Poor Taste

Fri, June 7, 2013 2:14pm EDT by 6 Comments
Marilyn Manson Slits Wrists
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Posted at 4:33 AM on June 10, 2013  

I do trust all of the concepts you’ve offered to your post. They are really convincing and will definitely work. Still, the posts are too quick for starters. May just you please prolong them a little from next time? Thank you for the post.

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Missy N.

Posted at 10:09 PM on June 8, 2013  

Listen first of Manson has been doing that act for a long time way b4 Paris, second off yes he dedicated the disposable teens BUT he didn’t even do the wrist thing during or around that song it’s part of the act no reflection nothing AT ALL to do with Paris!!!!! People really need to stop believing everything the media spits out they r friggen garbage if not worse they can never get any facts right… A bunch of gossip QUEENS!!!!!

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Dee

Posted at 10:38 PM on June 7, 2013  

This is an angry song about the way in which teenagers feel like they are disregarded. Marilyn Manson was not mocking Paris Jackson at all; he was sympathizing with her and showing the audience how teenagers feel. Maybe you should learn a little something about Marilyn Manson before you criticize him like that.

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Tina

Posted at 3:22 PM on June 7, 2013  

omg, he is mocking the society not Paris, listen to the song’s lyrics.

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morekare

Posted at 2:21 PM on June 7, 2013  

If you ALLOW your children to absorb this kind of sick entertainment, then you are a negligent parent. Your children’s minds are like sponges and they must be directed by wise adults who have the children’s best interests at heart. Destructive entertainment should not be allowed to occupy children’s minds and their time. If you give your children suicidal-type of entertainment then it’s as if you’ve given them a loaded gun to play with.

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Dee

Posted at 10:51 PM on June 7, 2013  

You’re wrong – if you were to forbid your children to experience this kind of entertainment without knowing anything about it, YOU in fact would be the negligent parent. You’d be denying them something that is actually very positive because you haven’t even given yourself an opportunity to see whether or not it is “destructive”. Marilyn Manson does not encourage or mock suicide in this song; he simply points out the sadness in the fact that teenagers resort to it because they feel disregarded. You are not at all one of the ‘wise adults’ that you preach of. If you wish to protect your children from anything that you consider to be harmful, be my guest – I encourage it. But make sure that you know it is actually bad for them before you do. For crying out loud, the song is called “Disposable Teens”, not “Dispose of the Teens”. A line in the first verse is “I’ve got a face for doing violence upon.” Do some reading before you spread the negative misconceptions of someone many teenagers look up to.

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