If this isn’t a statement on female empowerment, I don’t know what is. See, she’s gnawing through the cord. I have a feeling she’s going to escape before he’s going to be able to give her third degree flatiron burns down her back and perhaps on her vagina. Forensically, you can tell that her black eye is from walking into a bookshelf or bumping into a door – not from a fist, no sir. Finally, her polka dot dress, reminiscent of childhood innocence, is immaculate too, so you can tell he hasn’t had a chance to rape her yet. I hear your roar, womyn, I hear your roar.
how is any of this offensive? i think it’s stupid.. who cares? like when people were all in an uproar about manson’s video for “running to the edge of the world” ‘cos some chick is getting beat up… it’s not real.. and i don’t think these are made to promote woman beating, how do people even come to these conclusions?
I don’t like violence any more than you do. Violence is a bad thing. But when you see violence in films, it’s, you know, if movies, films caused violence, we’d be able to wipe out violence tomorrow. Boom. No more films. That’s fine with me. I’ll find something else to do. I’ll fuck on my own time. You know, I got other interests. I’m a magician.
Annnnnnnnnnnnnnnd the worst attempt at duplicating the Terry Richardson for Tom Ford photos I have ever seen.
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Heather Morris poses for Tyler Shields. (September 1, 2011)