Culture of shame.

OMG, this model has gotten so fat. Coco Rocha is absolutely disgusting. Oh wait… She’s the opposite of fat and disgusting, unless you live in the fantasyland of fashion.

Yeah, what a cow.

If she’s too fat, we’re all hosed.

The article contains one of the more recent highly offensive statements from Karl Lagerfeld, the fancyboy who runs Chanel with an iron fist. He’s been in charge of the fashion powerhouse for as long as I can remember, and his collections have pretty much stayed the same for as long as I can remember, which would normally be a bad thing in the fashion world. But what do I know? I’m just a fat, uneducated cow–and a breeder nonetheless–and he’s the dandy queen with the perpetually puckered puss. I mean, he wears women’s jeans–he’s obviously my superior, even though I also wear women’s jeans… but it’s best not to think too deeply on such matters.

Ladies, why are we letting queens in skinny jeans tell us that we aren’t good enough? And to add insult to injury, we’re paying these assholes ridiculous sums of money for clothing (that their assistants design) that’s made for pennies in sweatshops in the Third World. Seriously? Why do I have to have the body of a prepubescent boy to be considered sexy?

I’m tired of this culture of shame. We need to take our sexy back. Stop basing your worth on the opinions of those who don’t know you, who don’t deserve to know you, and who could care less about you. Take back the power from these people. Don’t let anyone dictate your worth.

We need to be strong, healthy and educated to set a good example for our girls so that they don’t look to Hollywood or Paris to find their worth. I don’t care if you’re self-educated (as I am), or you’ve run the gauntlet of the university system. I don’t care if you’re a size 2 or a size 12, so long as you are healthy, strong and fit. Be the woman you want your daughters, nieces and granddaughters to be, the role model you never got to have.

Screw this culture of shame. It needs to end with this generation.

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  5. Wakey:Don’t let your sons, go down on me…

    I’m always twisting the words of songs (even of ones I like, and I loathe most Elton John of the part 20 or more years), but I’ve never thought of that particular twist.

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    Good on ya.

  7. ..or, April, you could just use a tune I think Sir John already has…now then, howz it go again?

    “Don’t let your sons, go down on me…

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