A: Our walking or booty dancing clips' women are built in such a way that unless they wrap up like mummies in girdles, wear full skirts, or don loose "fat girl" pants, they're going to be jiggling because the laws of physics cannot be avoided. But they have lovely, voluptuous bodies that they have no reason to hide except if they're submitting to the seeming omnipotence of the latest hypocritical Hollyweird fad that dictates which rears should jiggle and which should not.
A few decades ago the hottest show was Charlie’s Angels—panned as a jigglefest. About a decade later the hottest show in all of history—with a billion viewers worldwide, was Baywatch—panned as the worst jigglefest ever. Recently with the explosion of digital and nondigital cable choices, all kinds of shows are throwing jiggling into their shows, from Las Vagas to the Man Show to the Victoria Secret’s Lingerie special, to the World’s Top Model contest to Girls Behaving Badly to the Calendar Model specials to Stripperella to many cop shows that find excuses to go to strip clubs, to a good percent of the videos on MTV, VH1, and BET. Tremors and V.I.P. threw wet shirts in with the jiggles so one could see nipples clearly, CSI added naked boobs and pubic hair on one of their episodes, NYPD had totally naked rears and then so did A&E, the Comedy Network, The Shield—and on and on it goes. And these are all on Basic Cable. Real Sex and G-String Divas and many other premium channel offerings go way beyond jiggle, as we know.
So what does it mean if Baywatch producers are laughing their asses off at the "prudes" in TV Guide while they make incredible profits via syndication and stand as a symbol of the proven real tastes of the majority of Earth’s population? Is the TV Guide critic just out of touch with reality? No. He was just saying that Boobwatch/Babewatch (he called it both) is an acceptable "guilty pleasure" but there are other shows that are "quality" shows. Cited as one of the latter was Joan of Arcadia, and rightly so.
But let’s look at this more closely. Are our sites a guilty pleasure or a quality site? Both. If you happen to like voluptuous rears and only watch our booty clips for that it’s a guilty pleasure. If you love the way our booty clips call Hollyweird on their hypocrisy, it’s quality stuff, especially the quality called bravery, since no one else has had the guts to point out their hypocrisy. If you're watching as a show of support for the idea that it’s time for America and the media and Hollyweird to rethink the extremely harmful and dangerous fad of you're-a-stick-or-else-you’re-a-pig which is killing more of our young yearly than the Iraqi War, then it’s very high quality stuff, as it’s saving lives, which not many shows can say. And if you're watching because it has the better demonstrated values than those of TV-land, then again it’s very high quality stuff.
The idea that our sites are crude or wanton because a few ladies have rears like world-class-ass possessor (at its biggest) J.Lo is like saying that either the Dolly Parton or V.I.P. shows should have been cancelled because of the big boobs or that Schindler’s List should have never been allowed on network TV because of its unprecedented nudity. Spielberg needed those scenes to get his terribly important point across. Pamela Anderson should hardly be barred from TV because of her large, usually jiggling breasts on Baywatch or V.I.P. or even Stripperella.
The most important thing to remember about TV is that it’s the ultimate democracy: One votes with one’s remote. You watch what you want and avoid what you don’t like. This makes it fair for everyone, including audiences and producers and program directors and network brass and advertisers. It’s good, market-driven capitalism. It’s the American way.
Anyway, the thing about the myriad jiggle shows that came before our walking or booty dancing clips sites is that very few of the jigglers were anything but skinny models that were once again perpetuating the thin-is-hot-but-all-else-is-not fad. If this fad were a product, it would be recalled and the manufacturer sued into bankruptcy due to the thousands of fatalities it causes. No one and nothing except for our walking or booty dancing clips has had the nerve to stand up to it. If enough people heed our walking or booty dancing clips’ message and a new, reasonable and healthy body ideal is adopted, the deaths will dwindle down to nothing and oppressed young females will be celebrating their newfound freedom from the oppression of dumb stereotypes, mindless conformity to health-destroying fads, and malevolent addiction to diet industry products. We’re all for the success of the diet industry and its products as long as the truly overweight are its targets, rather than slim or normal-weight people who have been brainwashed with the idea that they're supposed to lose weight until they're as skinny as boney fashion models. If any of you creative geniuses out there think that you can come up with a show idea that will work even better than the walking or booty dancing clips to accomplish our goals, please let us know. In the meantime, enjoy our walking or booty dancing clips!
One final note about jiggling. If you stood on a busy corner watching hundreds of women walk by, you'd see (estimates only, all references to jiggle refer to backsides, some categories overlap): 5% pretty ladies, 1% pretty ladies with bigger than average backsides, 5% less-than-pretty ladies with bigger than average backsides, 3% ladies that jiggle, 0.1% ladies that are built like models that jiggle, 30% heavy or stocky or fat or obese ladies that jiggle unappealingly and have big rears, 1% attractive ladies that jiggle, 0.3% homely ladies who nonetheless have attractive jiggling rears, 0.1% backside blessed ladies who are around average looking and have large voluptuous behinds that are pretty to watch, 0.01% backside blessed ladies who have large voluptuous behinds that are pretty to watch and are pretty in general as well.
Fat ladies that jiggle get TV parts, as do fashion model types that jiggle, as do African-American ladies with big jiggling behinds in music videos. But the 0.01% backside blessed ladies who have large voluptuous behinds that are pretty to watch and are pretty in general as well don’t get parts—with the exception of the blacks in music videos. What they wanted on V.I.P. and Baywatch was voluptuous ladies who, if their behinds were slightly large, didn’t jiggle them much or if they did the camera would avoid it, and their boobs had to be more voluptuous than their rears. Like Pamela Anderson. So our walking or booty dancing clips' ladies wouldn’t have gotten on these shows, because they'd upstage all the boobs with backsides that were large and voluptuous. But why discriminate against a gorgeous category of ladies? Simple: Audiences appreciating large, voluptuous rears of the backside blessed would threaten the diet industry, the skinny fashion model role model, and the stereotypes that are still omnipresent about women with jiggling rears somehow representing something evil or bad—a concept that the diet industry did its best to propagate. It’s time we grew up and dropped the prejudices and discriminating and the barring of a certain group from TV and movie screens merely to support a greedy industry. It’s simple oppression. It’s unfair, unhealthy, and wrong.