The celebrity culture refers to the culture of popularizing certain people who have certain attributes that society deem exceptional. In this modern era, these attributes may or may not be genuine. Back in the days of actors, actresses, singers, authors, producers, artists, sports people and dancers and so forth, people needed to have certain talents and virtues to be known throughout society. Now it is common for people to be well-known and in television talk shows and celebrity magazines due to their unethical behavior or belligerent self-promotion. People sometimes attempt at becoming famous by various means such as entering reality TV or dating someone of high status. The glorification of people who seek stardom has made the celebrity culture based on infamy not fame. That is the main reason why many people dislike shemales.
Unfortunately the celebrity culture has and always will have an influence on society. As they are constantly in the media, they have become role models for adolescents and teenagers. Interest in celebrities makes for a multi billion dollar business in celeb sites. This has raised a number of issues, many of them controversial and causes major debates concerning the influence of these famed people. For example, the appeal of drug and alcohol abuse has increased due to images of intoxicated celebrities spread across magazines and television. Furthermore casual celebrity sex appears to be the norm amongst the youth. Unfortunately nothing can be done to monitor who does or doesn’t become famous as the power in is in the hands of the media. They are able to control what our children see. Unfortunately sex, drugs, rock and roll and any form of controversy is where the money lies.