Miley Cyrus Phallic Symbol Filled We Can’t Stop (Video)

Miley Cyrus Phallic symbol filled music video
The amount of attention that Miley Cyrus’ new music video We Can’t Stop has been receiving, we wanted to sample a bit of this much talked about video. We watched it and the prevailing theme, in case you missed it, is sex and money baby. With a video that is filled with sexual innuendo, phallic symbols and money. You can watch the video below; see if you don’t agree.

Fans of the sexiest woman in the world winner have pointed out that Miley is taking to a whole new level with her latest video and we agree. She has also made a video where whatever statement she is making is done so with her tongue firmly planted in her bubblegum filled cheek.

The video starts with a phallic symbol posing as a vibrator shaped music player that Miley touches, ever so slowly, with one extended finger. The symbols pop up (if you’ll excuse the pun) throughout the whole video. So do references to money.

From a ball cap wearing teen who is eating a sandwich of money to other symbols, beside the obvious dollar bills everywhere, which are meant to show obscene amounts of money being spent on stuffed animals, fur coats, parties, and an almost life-sized Barbie doll that you can lick.

Whatever Miley Cyrus is doing in the video, it is done in sheer clothing that is set to show off her body in ways that will probably have most young men, and not a few young women, rushing for a cold shower.

Sure, the words of the song spell out that Miley thinks that everyone is having one big party and all wanting to dance with Miley (or Molly, depending on what you heard in the song’s lyrics) and we think she’s right.

Who wouldn’t want to dance with a bubblegum popping minx with all that money, sex appeal and apparent fixation on all things phallic? Watching the video you can see that Cyrus hasn’t just left Hannah Montana behind, she’s trampled the poor innocent thing into the dirt.

As we said above, Miley Cyrus proves 100 percent that it isn’t about drugs, it’s about sex, music and money, baby. The We Can’t Stop video with it phallic symbols, moneyed and conspicuous consumption of piƱata’s filled with hotdogs and stuffed animals on leads, spell out a very over-the-top wry commentary on the singers image.

Miley has been desperate to shake her Disney beginnings and she’s done it. While her aim has always been to be more grown up with her image and her appearance, she’s gone one step further and proved that she’s not only a grown up, she is a sexy young woman and a very self aware one to boot.

The 20 year-old pop star has made a music video that shows why she reached the number one spot on Maxim’s hottest women’s list for 2013. Miley is grown up and showing that hard work and focus on changing your image will give you results.

Of course the video isn’t just about sex, drugs and rock and roll, at least not in our eyes. It’s about Miley enjoying her success and riding the wave. While the video might be full of sexual imagery, it also shows a lot of young people just having fun. The video is full of silly images that reflect the strain of humour that runs underneath the sex and money messages.

If we were to do a recap of the We Can’t Stop video, we’d say the the overall message is that, “Sex sells honey. Don’t you forget it.” But while the prevailing theme appears to be one of ever present phallic symbols, money and sexy young things rubbing up against one another in physical ecstasy, Miley is also saying it’s okay to believe all the hype, because she knows that she’s worked damn hard to make it believable. Watch the video below and see what you think.

By Michael Smith

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24 Responses to "Miley Cyrus Phallic Symbol Filled We Can’t Stop (Video)"

  1. Jim   June 21, 2013 at 10:19 pm

    What’s really sad is that MIchael Smith is himself so obsessed with sex that he sees phallic symbols everywhere but apparently has no problem with the violent self-mutilation of Miley cutting off her own fingers. Oblique references to sex are bad, but blatant violence is fine, I guess, in Mr. Smith’s world view.

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  2. observer   June 20, 2013 at 11:35 am

    its quite sad how this woman’s video can stir up so much anger and hatred, SO EASILY from all those who supposedly think they know better. perhaps all you haters should work on off loading some of that hate before you start judging others.

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    • Dra   June 20, 2013 at 12:11 pm

      No hate here just pity, no judging that is God’s job Its just not what allot of people don’t want their young children watching unless you think its okay for young and I mean young kids to watch. Like one person commented the human brain is not developed until age 25 and look what its absorbing..It is not just Miley its many it sends a message that sex sells to young viewers and its funny how many people think its okay until they have a little girl or boy they realize that life has values and hopefully you will understand it is not about hatred and everything about leading a good life without having to exploit yourself. Being a parent changes everything.

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      • Over40   June 20, 2013 at 12:26 pm

        Heaven forbid your child ever does anything not in accordance to Dra or God. I can tell the love and support they receive will be tremendously lacking and instead be replaced with no hate, just pity and no judging.

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  3. JYD*75   June 20, 2013 at 11:32 am

    Blah blah blah, It’s her music/life/career. If you don’t get it, then is’t not aimed at you. Remember when ‘merica meant freedom of choice and expression. She is in a business and the free market will decide if she made a correct business decision and I have a feeling that she will be gyrating all the way to the bank.

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  4. rodger   June 20, 2013 at 11:28 am

    what a sad sight to see…she was such a great star when she was younger…

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  5. billy mack   June 20, 2013 at 11:26 am

    she needs a boob job

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  6. observer   June 20, 2013 at 11:24 am

    Well… for what it is worth, I Believe this video to Be a very strong cry about her own sexual liberation; taking her life and/or her lifestyle into her own hands (some would characterize it as Being responsible) without particularly caring about what others think. I applaud her honesty, and I feel it may help others her age free the strangling ties which societal convention binds them. Good on her. As she says in the video….only God can judge, although every human wants to take that task away from him. Remember Beverly, “judge not lest ye Be judged.” If that doesn’t spur you, how about, “let he among you who is without sin, cast the first stone.”

    Wouldn’t the world Be a better place if we/all of us cared less about what others thought about us and more about freeing ourSelves, our mind and our hearts? At least she is trying…..

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  7. bradley   June 20, 2013 at 11:23 am

    Nothing scares people more than a young woman who wont be what they tell her to be. Resume your slut shaming and remember she doesnt sit at home and watch videos of you. Sad voyeurs.

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  8. Pedro   June 20, 2013 at 11:19 am

    Your tween daughters are soaking this up and working on their twerk.. Next stop, involved in a night club shooting between rival rap punks or knocked up with no baby daddy in sight. So sad.

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  9. D.H.   June 20, 2013 at 11:16 am

    That’s the worst-acted, worst-directed video I’ve seen in a long time. She can afford to stop. She should do a beautiful ballad about world peace and then pull a Greta Garbo if she wants to be a legend forever instead of the train wreck this video foreshadows.

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  10. Yvonne McClure   June 20, 2013 at 11:15 am

    You have just literally flushed what used to be a God-Given talent and flushed it down a toilet where it belongs….with the other crap. A horrible treatment of talent that no longer deserves attention, especially from that generation who looked upon you with so much enjoyment and now lost something the youngsters could have continued growing up with but now hopefully will not take from the example of what a clean grown-up turns out to be.

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  11. Boomer   June 20, 2013 at 11:13 am

    Lemme guess….she’s a Democrat.

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  12. Over40   June 20, 2013 at 11:12 am

    C’mon people, if you’re in college or a teenager in high school, this is what the average pre-adult does. Their universe revolves around sex. If you remember honestly what you did and thought about when you were young, you would understand.They are growing up, hormones are raging, and they are still trying to figure out who they are and where they fit into this world. If you read a little, you would know their brains do not mature until around 25. Stop judging, simply educate and support more. Let them grow as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone or themselves.Their music is not your music. Just like our music was not our parents music.

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    • Dra   June 20, 2013 at 11:39 am

      Support what? You said it yourself a childs brain does not mature until age 25 so its okay for 12 and 13 year olds to see this garbage. This is the trouble with the world today anything goes. Things have gone too far you can do all the parenting you want but the fact is chopping off fingers and all that this video represents is not acceptable for young people. After all as a parent we should not condone it and brush it off as just being young. The sad thing is this is the new today and it just keeps on getting worse. The world is too far gone when the only thing that sells music is filth. Unless you are an non believer in this world I think these type of entertainers will have a hard time explaining to God that this is acceptable

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      • Over40   June 20, 2013 at 12:19 pm

        Support her right to make the music she wants.

        Its called parenting. In your your house your child watches what you allow them. Outside your house, you pray that they make good choices based on your teachings

        Funny, our parents back in the day said the same about our music being nothing but filth and the world is still here.

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  13. Dra   June 20, 2013 at 11:12 am

    Thank God for entertainers like Carrie Underwood who doesn’t cheapen herself to attain fame. Carrie is an example of a singer who has talent and grace and is a good role model for kids. This is a disgrace and Disney Land must be ashamed that she was once a childs icon. She is now joined the ranks of those that lowers themselves to attain fame. How about the parents is this what you want your son or daughter to watch

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  14. rw   June 20, 2013 at 11:08 am

    Her Daddy must be sooooo sooooo proud of his little scum-slut baby girl!

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  15. Nathan   June 20, 2013 at 11:05 am

    If only Freud were still alive, what a meal he could make of this music video…………

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  16. Charlie   June 20, 2013 at 11:04 am

    She hasn’t done much to change her image; she just fell into an image that has already been well established by every pop artist currently out there. Here beginnings were at least songs with true lyrics and not just party anthem digitized words that just repeat over and over. She not even trendy since so many artist have already done the whole sex and money music.

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    • Karen   June 20, 2013 at 11:17 am

      I think that you said everything..Agreed 100%..and if I may add: She’s not original, talented or pretty for that matter..

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  17. M   June 20, 2013 at 10:53 am

    When lacking talent, one must resort to gimmicks. Sad!

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  18. Scarlette   June 20, 2013 at 10:50 am

    Sex does sell, but … shouldn’t it be your talent? She chose the easy route. Maybe she doesn’t have enough talent alone to carry her career?

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  19. Beverly Teboe (@BTeboe)   June 20, 2013 at 10:49 am

    This is not music. This is not even fit to be shown to anyone, ever. She has no talent.

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