Khloe Kardashian: “Leave My Sister’s Nipples Alone!”

Kendall jenner safe for workIf you haven’t already heard, Kendall Jenner’s nipples caused a huge scene at a Marc Jacobs fashion show in New York because 1. She’s KARDASHIAN famous. 2. She just turned 18, and people are freaks. 3. Men and women alike still go apeshit over the human body because we’re all surrounded by jiggling asses and duct tape nipples and are still made to feel ashamed of our boners.

Big sister’s Khloe and Kim tweeted in defense of Kendall’s mammary glands, not only to the haterade-drinking KKK haters, but to Instagram for removing photos they’d posted of said glands walking the runway.  Continue reading “Khloe Kardashian: “Leave My Sister’s Nipples Alone!””

Miley Uses Marc Jacobs Campaign as Excuse to SURPRISE … Get Naked!

Miley cyrus naked t shirt Miley Cyrus will take any paper-thin excuse to be naked and run with it. Like this Marc Jacobs’ “Protect the Skin You’re In “ shirt, to raise awareness for skin cancer.

In my mind, being naked is the opposite of what you should be doing for melanoma. Bitches laying in the sun naked are the problem. I mean the more naked you are the more it’s like a magnifying glass zooming in on your lumpy ass moles that you definitely have to go to the dermatologist for.

It’s good but completely unoriginal advertising in the sense that sex always sells. I mean, hell, it works for PETA and NOH8 and anything breast cancer-related. Guys on Facebook are like, “Tell me what color your bra is, it’s for breast cancer, wink wink.” SURE.  Continue reading “Miley Uses Marc Jacobs Campaign as Excuse to SURPRISE … Get Naked!”

Lady Gaga For Vogue, September 2012

Lady Gaga is channeling RuPaul on the cover of Vogue in an amethyst Marc Jacobs dress, or, according to her she’s channeling him. To be fair she did write on Twitter/Facebook “If only I was as fierce as you bitch. I did try to come for you with that weave.”

She may have awesome hair in that now-I-know-what happens-when-I-put-my-finger-in-an-electrical-socket sort of way, but  let’s hope Anna Wintour (editor-in-chief/inspiration for The Devil Wears Prada) doesn’t have Gaga whacked for leaking the cover.


“SHH DONT TELL TWITTER/ SEPT ISSUE OF VOGUE MAGAZINE/ Sorry Anna but the underground kids deserve it. bisous!”

Here are some highlights from her interview…  Continue reading “Lady Gaga For Vogue, September 2012”

Dakota Fanning’s Banned Perfume Ad

When describing this situation said that “Dakota Fanning has managed to keep away from controversy, until now.” Which isn’t exactly true, if anyone saw The Runaways or Hounddog, which contained a rape scene.

The latest controversy surrounding a still teenage Dakota Fanning, child star and current Twilight actress, involves a perfume ad distributed by Coty UK, which was recently banned in England.

The objection comes from several readers, who saw the Marc Jacobs “Oh, Lola!” perfume promo in a magazine and complained that it was “offensive and irresponsible.” The ASA then (Advertising Standard Authority) intervened saying,

“We understood the model was 17 years old but we considered she looked under the age of 16. We considered that the length of her dress, her leg and position of the perfume bottle drew attention to her sexuality. Because of that, along with her appearance, we considered the ad could be seen to sexualise a child.”

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