Madonna — still aging and continuing to change her gender — now wants her 13-year-old daughter Lourdes — aka “Lola” — to dress us and give us fashion advice as we buy junque from their new “fashion line.”

I’ll pass on having a teenager pick my clothes — or divine my purchasing taste and wants — because it’s obvious the daughter’s style is just a retread her mother’s taste from two decades ago.

Lourdes’ public fashion “look” is merely the result of a raid on her mother’s closet.

Here is Madonna’s non-surprising — and perpetually self-promoting — rave of about her offspring to the press:

Madonna tells WWD of her daughter: “She’s been coming to meetings pretty much from the very beginning. My role was really to make sure we were all going in the right direction and it was a line that I could stand behind and be proud of and feel good about — and one that she could also feel represented her. I really like the way Lola dresses, and I think this line is absolutely an extension of her taste.”

Uck.

It gets worse.

Here’s Lola’s incoherent “blog entry” on the clothing website.

So, as you may know, Material Girl is coming out soon… HOLLA HOLLA! Ok and this is pretty awesome I will send a FREE t-shirt  to the first person who can  tell me in which big store the opening of Material Girl is….how cool rigghhhhhht???Annnnnnd I am 4 realz excited for the opening which I will give you the exact dates for in my next blog entry, so stay tuned for more.

So I want to know what you guys think about rompers… is that like a hit or miss, ‘cause I’m not sure. If you comment, be sure to tell me what you think.

OK but no joke gladiator sandals are OUT. They came out in summer 2008 and I was like, ok those are really cute. Then 2009 comes around and people are still wearing them so I’m like, ok whatever it’s just a phase. BUT NOOOOO. Because good old 2010 is now coming along and people are STILL wearing them, and then I was just like OK NO! It’s been three years people COME ON!!!!!!!!! I’m just like what????

Um, yeah.

We’re all just like “what?” after reading that teenaged drivel.

Where have all the web editors gone?

Is there no parent in the house minding the computer access?

Oh, right.  Her mother is Madonna, who believes every prick and tinkle — no matter how stupid or insipid — is worth promoting and publishing and propagating into the colloquial social mindset.

Must we really endure the rants of a precocious teenager in our everyday online lives?

Why doesn’t Madonna just keep her daughter at home and shield her from this sort of public humiliation?  Why does she need to pimp out her daughter’s youth to sell clothes?  Is it because Madonna is now too old and irrelevant to do it herself?

I wonder if Madonna see herself — and the resurrection of her sagging career — in the eyes of her hopeful child?  If so, and if Madonna somehow believes Lourdes is the Second Coming for her Double Dipping of Fame, we are all duty-bound to ask:  “Does this mother have no shame?”  Does this woman have no sense of honor to leave even one private bit of a young life — that never belonged to her in the first place — locked away from the provocative and peeping, Panopticonic, public eye?

Don’t tell us this was Lourdes’ decision.  13-year-olds decide nothing.  All decisions belong solely to the guardian parent — and when that parent appears to willfully and maliciously dissolve protections established to protect children from social harm, and then encourages the public embarrassment of the one being on the planet that guardian is sworn to protect at any and all cost — we all become a little cheaper in the failed honor of another celebrity mother gone bad.

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    1. I know you’re a Madonna fan, Gordon, but it is just so sad to see her beauty and small talents begin to largely fade as her desperation rise. As her demise creeps closer than her blooming, it looks like she is flailing around to try to become relevant again — and she has relatively grasped onto her child’s pigtails as a last chance gasp at continuing only her fame.