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Forty Most Controversial Magazine Covers from Recent Years

18 Mar

If you love all things visual, as I do, and if you admire the power of images to convey a face-slappingly stark message, you will enjoy browsing this page of magazine cover eye candy from http://coverjunkie.com:

I found these while researching a new post on the premanufactured “personality cult” of Barack Obama, which you can find here.

Enjoy.

controversial covers:
Rejected PERSON OF YEAR
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14-12-2011
Rejected PERSON OF YEAR
Rejected cover Robert Crumb
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22-11-2011
Rejected cover Robert Crumb
Rejected 9/11 cover
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09-09-2011
Rejected 9/11 cover
its a cover fight!
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03-09-2011
its a cover fight!
The cover that did not make it
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02-09-2011
The cover that did not make it
Conan & Newsweek cover
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10-08-2011
Conan & Newsweek cover
Rejected cover Amy (2)
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02-08-2011
Rejected cover Amy (2)
Censored Elle Serbia
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22-07-2011
Censored Elle Serbia
Boobs or ass?
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20-07-2011
Boobs or ass?
Diana at 50?!?
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29-06-2011
Diana at 50?!?
Rejected cover
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20-06-2011
Rejected cover
Is Mayor Bloomberg Gay?
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14-06-2011
Is Mayor Bloomberg Gay?
Hi, I don't care. Thanks
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13-06-2011
Hi, I don’t care. Thanks
He screwed a country
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12-06-2011
He screwed a country
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09-06-2011
“love this rip off!”
Censored cover
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19-05-2011
Censored cover
Too fruity for Facebook
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10-05-2011
Too fruity for Facebook
Playboy euh... mouth?
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06-05-2011
Playboy euh… mouth?
Shot in the face
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05-05-2011
Shot in the face
Time special edition (2)
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02-05-2011
Time special edition (2)
Too Fruity For Facebook!
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08-04-2011
Too Fruity For Facebook!
Scratch & sniff her knickers
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10-03-2011
Scratch & sniff her knickers
Folia's genitalia
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27-02-2011
Folia’s genitalia
Cover wrap Adbusters?
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22-02-2011
Cover wrap Adbusters?
Cover wrap Adbusters?
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22-02-2011
Cover wrap Adbusters?
Wired's personalised cover
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02-02-2011
Wired’s personalised cover
Vice cover 1 & 2
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14-01-2011
Vice cover 1 & 2
Eat this?
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06-01-2011
Eat this?
Very funny Humo cover
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21-11-2010
Very funny Humo cover
Controversy on Wired cover
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17-11-2010
Controversy on Wired cover
Lindsay's original
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13-11-2010
Lindsay’s original
Lindsay's boob
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13-11-2010
Lindsay’s boob
Deneuve & a naked model
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31-10-2010
Deneuve & a naked model
Lady Gaga in meat dress
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12-09-2010
Lady Gaga in meat dress
Blood cover
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25-08-2010
Blood cover
Obama = God?
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23-08-2010
Obama = God?
Satire Obama-Joker-cover
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20-08-2010
Satire Obama-Joker-cover
Newt in Janet Jackson pose
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18-08-2010
Newt in Janet Jackson pose
Spy Magazine cover archive
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18-08-2010
Spy Magazine cover archive
Spy magazine cover archive
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18-08-2010
Spy magazine cover archive
Spy magazine cover archive
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18-08-2010
Spy magazine cover archive
Lindsay Lohan cover (2)
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15-08-2010
Lindsay Lohan cover (2)
Leaving Afghanistan?
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29-07-2010
Leaving Afghanistan?
Playboy rejects cover
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09-07-2010
Playboy rejects cover
Rejected cover
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22-04-2010
Rejected cover
cover Lady Gaga banned
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15-04-2010
cover Lady Gaga banned
Sarcastic fake covers
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01-04-2010
Sarcastic fake covers
Sarcastic fake covers
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01-04-2010
Sarcastic fake covers
Michael Jackson Death Photo
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13-07-2009
Michael Jackson Death Photo
Does this offend you?
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11-03-2009
Does this offend you?
E-ink cover flashes
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03-10-2008
E-ink cover flashes
The Obama Couple Satire
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21-07-2008
The Obama Couple Satire
King Kong cover
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27-04-2008
King Kong cover
mad magazine
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05-12-2007
mad magazine
Moustache sticks on cover
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24-10-2007
Moustache sticks on cover
Devil Horns on Billy Graham
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29-09-2007
Devil Horns on Billy Graham
Dick Cheney Cover Issue
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06-01-2007
Dick Cheney Cover Issue
Dazed by Damien Hirst
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10-07-2006
Dazed by Damien Hirst
4th X on Time cover (4)
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14-06-2006
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The Human Form as Florals, Digital Art, Illustration, Renderings

10 Nov

The Human Form as A Floral, Digital Renderings

Copyright 2011-3011 By Chase Kyla Hunter, All Rights Reserved.

Anonymous Digital Renderings Circulated on the Web in Early 2011.

These anonymous digital renderings circulated the web in early January 2011, and employ a high level of creativity and Photoshop skills. I thought they were spectacular and wanted to post them for others to enjoy. They fall under the blanket copyright of all content posted on my blogs. I have reason to believe they may have originated in the Mideast. These, to me, are especially novel and delightful.

CK Hunter

Alanna Nash of VANITY FAIR Solves the Famous Elvis Presley “Kiss Mystery

10 Nov

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Just about every other baby boomer I know has seen the enigmatic erotic photograph of a young Elvis Presley touching tongues with a mysterious shapely blonde backstage. For decades the photo was gossip fodder and speculation abounded as to who the mystery date might be. This past August, Alanna Nash, a writer for VANITY FAIR, finally solved the mystery, and in so doing introduced a historical treasure of rarely seen photographs of a young 21 year old Elvis Presley courting Barbara [ Bobbi ] Gray in Richmond Virginia during a two day concert date there. Enjoy.

See http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2011/08/elvis-kiss-201108

64 Tracks of Hip Hop Emerge from One Man’s Mouth: Viral Video

13 Aug

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See http://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/xkj1ss
Historique du Hip-Hop à la Beat-Box (performance) by JaneBurgermeister


1940s Sex Symbol and Brunette Bombshell Jane Russell Dies at 89

28 Feb

Copyright 2011-3011 By Artopia 444, All Rights Reserved. Cited article text Copyright Associated Press.



Jane Russell, the busty brunette who shot to fame as the sexy star of Howard Hughes‘ 1941 Western “The Outlaw,” died Monday of respiratory failure, her family said. She was 89.

Although Russell largely retired from Hollywood after her final film, 1970’s “Darker Than Amber,” she had remained active in her church, with charitable organizations and with a local singing group until her health began to decline just a couple weeks ago, said her daughter-in-law, Etta Waterfield. She died at her home in Santa Maria.

“She always said I’m going to die in the saddle, I’m not going to sit at home and become an old woman,” Waterfield told The Associated Press. “And that’s exactly what she did, she died in the saddle.”

Video: Hollywood legend Jane Russell dies (on this page)

Hughes, the eccentric billionaire, put her onto the path to stardom when he cast her in “The Outlaw,” a film he fought with censors for nearly a decade to get into wide release.

With her sultry look and glowing sexuality, Russell became a star before she was ever seen by a wide movie audience. The Hughes publicity mill ground out photos of the beauty in low-cut costumes and swim suits, and she became famous, especially as a pinup for World War II GIs.

Then in 1948 she starred opposite Bob Hope in the box-office hit, “The Paleface,” a comedy-western in which Russell was tough-but-sexy Calamity Jane to Hope’s cowardly dentist.

Although her look and her hourglass figure made her the subject of numerous nightclub jokes, unlike Marilyn Monroe, Rita Hayworth and other pinup queens of the era, Russell was untouched by scandal in her personal life. During her Hollywood career she was married to star UCLA and pro football quarterback Bob Waterfield.

“The Outlaw,” although it established her reputation, was beset with trouble from the beginning. Director Howard Hawks, one of Hollywood’s most eminent and autocratic filmmakers, rankled under producer Hughes’ constant suggestions and finally walked out.

“Hughes directed the whole picture — for nine bloody months!” Russell said in 1999.

The film’s rambling, fictional plot featured Russell as a friend of Billy the Kid as he tussles with Doc Holliday and Sheriff Pat Garrett.

It had scattered brief runs in the 1940s, earning scathing reviews. The Los Angeles Times called it “one of the weirdest Western pictures that ever unreeled before the public.”

But Hughes made sure no one overlooked his No. 1 star. The designer of the famous “Spruce Goose” airplane used his engineering skills to make Russell a special bra (which she said she never wore) and he bought the ailing RKO film studio to turn it into a vehicle for her.

Wisely, he also loaned her to Paramount to make “The Paleface,” because at RKO she starred in a series of potboilers such as “His Kind of Woman” (with Robert Mitchum), “Double Dynamite” (Frank Sinatra, Groucho Marx), “The Las Vegas Story” (Victor Mature) and “Macao” (Mitchum again).

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Hughes had rewarded her with a unique 20-year contract paying $1,000 a week, then he sold RKO and quit making movies. Russell continued receiving the weekly fee, but never made another film for Hughes.

Her only other notable film was “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,” a 1953 musical based on the novel by Anita Loos. She and Monroe teamed up to sing “Two Little Girls From Little Rock” and seek romance in Paris.

At a 2001 film festival appearance, Russell noted that Monroe was five years younger, saying, “It was like working with a little sister.”

She followed that up with the 1954 musical “The French Line,” which like “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” had her cavorting on an ocean liner. The film was shot in 3-D, and the promotional campaign for it proclaimed “J.R. in 3D. Need we say more?”

In 1955, she made the sequel “Gentlemen Marry Brunettes” (without Monroe) and starred in the Westerns “The Tall Men,” with Clark Gable, and “Foxfire,” with Jeff Chandler. But by the 1960s, her film career had faded.

“Why did I quit movies?” she remarked in 1999. “Because I was getting too old! You couldn’t go on acting in those years if you were an actress over 30.”

She continued to appear in nightclubs, television and musical theater, including a stint on Broadway in Stephen Sondheim‘s “Company.” She formed a singing group with Connie Haines and Beryl Davis, and they made records of gospel songs.

For many years she served as TV spokeswoman for Playtex bras, and in the 1980s she made a few guest appearances in the TV series “The Yellow Rose.”

She was born Ernestine Jane Geraldine Russell on June 21, 1921, in Bemidji, Minn., and the family later moved to the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles. Her mother was a lay preacher, and she encouraged the family to build a chapel in their back yard.

Despite her mother’s Christian preachings, young Jane had a wild side. She wrote in her 1985 autobiography, “My Paths and Detours,” that during high school she had a back-alley abortion, which may have rendered her unable to bear children.

Her early ambition was to design clothes and houses, but that was postponed until her later years. While working as a receptionist, she was spotted by a movie agent who submitted her photos to Hughes, and she was summoned for a test with Hawks, who was to direct “The Outlaw.”

“There were a lot of other unknowns who were being tested that day,” she recalled in a 1999 Associated Press interview. “I figured Jack Beutel was going to be chosen to play Billy the Kid, so I insisted on being tested with him.”

Both were cast, and three months would pass before she met Hughes. The producer was famous for dating his discoveries as well as numerous Hollywood actresses, but his contract with Russell remained strictly business. Her engagement and 1943 marriage to Waterfield assured that.

She was the leader of the Hollywood Christian Group, a cluster of film people who gathered for Bible study and good works. After experiencing problems in adopting her three children, she founded World Adoption International Agency, which has helped facilitate adoptions of more than 40,000 children from overseas.

She made hundreds of appearances for WAIF and served on the board for 40 years.

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As she related in “My Path and Detours,” her life was marked by heartache. Her 24-year marriage to Waterfield ended in bitter divorce in 1968. They had adopted two boys and a girl.

That year she married actor Roger Barrett; three months later he died of a heart attack. In 1978 she married developer John Peoples, and they lived in Sedona, Ariz., and later, Santa Barbara. He died in 1999 of heart failure.

Over the years Russell was also beset by alcoholism.

Always she was able to rebound from troubles by relying on lessons she learned from her Bible-preaching mother.

“Without faith, I never would have made it,” she commented a few months after her third husband’s death. “I don’t know how people can survive all the disasters in their lives if they don’t have any faith, if they don’t know the Lord loves them and cares about them and has another plan.”

Survivors include her children, Thomas K. Waterfield, Tracy Foundas and Robert “Buck” Waterfield, six grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

A public funeral is scheduled March 12 at 11 a.m. at Pacific Christian Church in Santa Maria.

In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made in her name to either the Care Net Pregnancy and Resource Center of Santa Maria or the Court Appointed Special Advocates of Santa Barbara County.

© 2011 The Associated Press.

Ode to Twig the Fairy

23 Feb

Copyright 2011-3011 By Artopia 444, All Rights Reserved.

See also http://www.twigthefairy.com/twig-the-fairy-videos

http://twigthefairy.tumblr.com/post/3437532799/congratulations-twig-the-fairy-best-street-solo

Tags: Twig the Fairy, Arizona Twig the Fairy

On October 8th 2008 Someone in America Wanted a “V” Revolution: Video Artifact

22 Feb

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I have been researching the far reaching effects of the motion picture film from 2005, “V Is For Vendetta.” I located an unusual video clip from 2008 in which an unknown V wannabe tries to convince Americans to vote for a third party [just anyone] and therefore throw away their vote. Interesting, huh? Four years later this same fictional movie character has inspired an Islamic Revolution in the Mideast. 2011 is destined to be the year of events transpiring that no one ever imagined would, or could transpire.

I’ve included several more video clips along this theme that I found to be either entertaining, tragic, intriguing, troubling or some combination of all.

Stunning Digital Art, Author Unknown: The Human Form as Florals

10 Feb

Copyright 2011-3011 By Chase Kyla Hunter, All Rights Reserved.

Anonymous Digital Renderings Circulated on the Web in Early 2011.

These anonymous digital renderings circulated the web in early January 2011, and employ a high level of creativity and Photoshop skills. I thought they were spectacular and wanted to post them for others to enjoy. They fall under the blanket copyright of all content posted on my blogs. This page may take some time to load, as there are 20 renderings total.

Chase


 

 

 

 

 

 

See the next two posts for pages 2 and 3 of these “Human Florals” digital renderings.

 


Lady Gaga Nominated for “Great Whore of Babylon” Award By Artopia 444

10 Feb

Copyright 2011-3011 By Chase Kyla Hunter, All Rights Reserved.


Lady Gaga’s new release sounds so much like a 1980s era Madonna songs: “Like A Prayer” and “Vogue”  it’s practically a “knock off.”


Maybe Lady Gaga is the incarnate Great Whore of Babylon. She fits the biblical description in every way.

Lady Gaga needs to either come out of the closet, and come up with the courage to admit she’s gay, or stop pretending to be gay by including herself in gay culture by “self-nominated association.”

See http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/lady-gagas-born-pop-anthem-madonna-rip-off/story?id=12893489

There is nothing I despise more than make-believe gay people. The only reason Lady Gaga is all “out front” for gay marriage rights and other legal issues affecting gays and lesbians is because they fill the stadiums and the cash till for her CD releases. Lady Gaga is not gay, she won’t admit to anything more than “kissing a girl” [big deal ] in interviews, but when she gave her little speech in the link below, she refers to herself via implied semantics as part of American gay culture. Lady Gaga may have claimed gay people as “her people” but I sure as hell don’t claim her. She’s off the charts bizarre, and I think what she does is corrupting to young girls in America, far worse than anything Madonna ever did back in the 80s and 90s. Gaga is a cheap “Madonna knock off” and nothing more. It’s the most tedious thing in the world to have to sit through her “political speeches” where she claims herself as a leader of gay culture. Gaga has never known for a single split second in her multi-million dollar protected elitist world the kind of insults, suffering, presecution and hatred on a day to day basis that ACTUAL gays and lesbians go through. She has NO idea. Her politics have everything to do with keeping those stadiums filled with young gay paying screaming fans. She’s “gay positive politically” for the cash it brings in, and nothing more.

 

As a lesbian, the ongoing sell job, the “Lady Gaga American big media game show” intrigues me, but not in a good way at all. I see the whole thing [Gaga overkill in big media magazines, TV, Glee’s fawning over Gaga’s new music, the ongoing hype] as an out-picturing of the Illuminati owned media dream to flood Americans with ever increasingly depraved ideas, images, TV shows, music, people, and concepts until the average American no longer is able to discern fundamental good from evil. I’m quite sure that’s the goal of Illuminati owned mass media outlets, and has been forover 40 years now. Everything I observe in TV and pop culture media outlets confirms this theory.

Big Media has now really stepped up the debauchery factor by choosing Lady Gaga as their high priestess of visual disgust. I officially nominate Gaga as the personal incarnation of the Great Whore of Babylon. She fits the bill in every way.

I’ve had several interesting conversations recently with other gay friends about what most straight Americans think that the “gay lifestyle” is all about.It’s widely known that even though Gaga is sexually ambiguous, she enjoys her self-appointed role as “spokes woman” for gays, lesbians, transgendered and bisexual people.

Tragically, most every straight American I have ever met or talked to still mostly carries the typical notion that gay people are all petty, narcissistic, exhibitionists who parade around in next to nothing, watch the most trivial TV and films, talk Hollywood gossip incessantly, that they know more about fashion, make-up and pop culture than mostly anything else.

Why shouldn’t straight America feel this way? That’s been the classic Big Media and Hollywood portrayal of gays and lesbians for as long as I can recall, since way before the years of TV’s “Will and Grace.” Little or nothing is known of the millions of quiet, conservative, hard working, self effacing American gays and lesbians who would just as soon blend into the woodwork of American life, than to stand out.

They feel this way and live like other “normal” people do, for the very reasons that millions of other straight Americans are grossed out by gays!  Conservative gays and lesbians have NO desire to be affiliated with the screaming, parading, near nude, in-your-face Hollywood narcissist liberal versions of their peers that we are constantly being force fed by the media. I actually failed to be able to sit through one entire episode of “Glee” because, like 98% of pop culture TV, it just bored me to tears. I am friends with and know hundreds and hundreds of other gay men and women who feels exactly the way I do. We inwardly groan every time we have to witness yet another mindless episode of “Ellen”, which I also have a hard time sitting through, and we groan every time Lady Gaga comes out with yet another revolting music video where murder is glorified, or some other wickedness that she wallows in is peddled as “high art” to the brainwashed masses.

There is a secret subculture of gays and lesbians who refuse to participate in the present mass media orgy of:  “Don’t you just love those wild naked banal, and self obsessed, narcissistic gays?! Wow –  they sure know how to throw a party! I wanna be just like them!”

I personally cannot get far enough AWAY from that message and that mentality. I might represent about 70 to 80% of how gays actually feel about the way we are represented in the media, but I don’t really know. If anyone has recently done any studies on any of this mass media typecasting of me and my gay / lesbians fellows, I am not aware of it. But I was sick of Lady Gaga and her PR antics a year ago. I am way past sick of having her as a self appointed “mass media representative” for the American gay community.

Lady Gaga is just exactly the kind of bad press and disastrous PR that the American gay community DOES NOT need. It’s no wonder that many Christian fundamentalist still think that gays and lesbians are intrinsticly “demonic.” Lady Gaga, as a self-appointed “spokes person for American gays” is more than just a little bit actually demonic herself. She certainly creeps me out and I have no problem admitting that. Normalcy is sexy. And there is nothing “normal” about Gaga, her stage act, her opinions, her philosophies or her aura, in general. I find the woman more than a little bit on the “intrinsically psychotic” side of the spectrum.

Just between me and “she”, Lady Gag Me is so FIRED. She does not represent anything that I want to be affiliated with as a gay woman, or as a woman, period. I want nothing to do  with whatever it is that she represents, which I am pretty sure is just her own narcissistic self image and the advancing of her personal fortunes and media empire. Empty is as empty does Gaga.

Chase Kyla Hunter 2.10.2011

Glee to Pay Homage to Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way”

January 10th, 2011 12:23 PM by Free Britney

Tags: Lady GaGa, Glee

Move over, Justin Bieber. You’ve got Glee-ful company.

Ryan Murphy, creator of the Fox series, says a future episode will feature a single that hasn’t even been released yet: Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way.”

How will Glee utilize her new song, due out in February (the album of the same name comes out in May)? It’ll involve Kurt’s nemesis, Karofsky.

Lady Gaga Sans Pants

BORN THIS WAY: Glee will devote an entire episode to the song.

“I love that that song is anthem,” says Murphy. “So I don’t really know what [it’s] going to be yet, but … we’re going to do a whole episode that’s about that song.”

While the full version has not yet been heard, Gaga recently dropped her pants (and the release date). The Lady also sang part of it a capella at the MTV VMAs.

Here’s that one verse re-mixed over a Gaga-esque beat …


Lady Gaga – Born This Way (Leaked, Unofficial)

“Eggcentric” Grammy Night Gaga Media Stampede: “Born This Way” Released

10 Feb
Lady Gaga performing "You and I" on ...

Lady Gaga Music Performance

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Does anyone REALLY believe that Illuminati Priestess “Lady Gag Me” is big on family? I am laughing so hard I can’t see. Like all other Illuminati NYC media portals for high class trash, Vogue magazine thinks Americans are stupid enough to buy their lies.  On  the same internet page there’s a link to Lady Gaga posing nude.

Yeah, those are some really great “Kali Yuga-esque” “Satanic family values” that you are demonstrating for your young American preteen fans, Miss Gaga. I’m sure you are really proud of the “bare-it-all” message you are sending to millions of young pubescent girls.

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Lady Gaga Covers Vogue, Praises Family [Oh, Please!]

February 10th, 2011 11:31 AM by Free Britney

Tags: Celebrity Fashion, Lady GaGa

“I am quite down-to-earth for such an eccentric person.” – Lady Gaga

With the release of “Born This Way” less than 24 hours away, Vogue officially released its March cover featuring the fabulous Lady Gaga this morning.

Despite her theatrical shows, outrageous getups, wild antics, obsession with blood and semen and so on, she says she’s a family-oriented good girl.

Lady Gaga Vogue Cover: 2011

The Italian-American New York native says she prefers to be called by her real name, Stefani, in the bedroom for example. She also cares deeply for her parents.

“I obsess about his health,” she said about her father. “I’m very Italian. I call him every day. I ask my mother if he’s been smoking. They are in their 50s now.”

“They still live in the same apartment on the Upper West Side,” Gaga tells Vogue. “Nothing has changed at all since I have become a star. I am a real family girl.”

“When it comes to love and loyalty, I am very old-fashioned.”

Just one of many reasons why we love her … opulent robes, pink wigs and all. Click to enlarge Vogue’s Lady Gaga pictures below and tell us what you think:

Gaga in Vogue PhotoBlack, White and GagaFashionable and FabulousGaga Pulls it OffGlam GagaPink Wig in Vogue

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Lady Gaga: Nude, Skateboarding in Purple

February 8th, 2011 10:55 AM by Free Britney

Tags: Lady GaGa

If there’s one celebrity who could pose nude, wearing giant heels and skateboarding, and not shock us in the least by doing so, it would be Lady Gaga.

Said pictures, taken for Purple magazine by famed photographer Terry Richardson, should get people talking, though they’re pretty standard for Gaga.

We can only imagine the deluge of naked/revealing Lady Gaga pictures to come with Born This Way due out soon. Nude skateboard shot after the jump:

Lady Gaga Naked, SkateboardingLady Gaga in Purple

 

Lady Gaga Arrives At Grammys In An Egg

Stylist Nicola Formichetti tweets that the singer is in incubation on the red carpet.

By Jocelyn Vena (@jocelyn1212)

Lady Gaga’s arrival at the 53rd Grammy Awards had the world buzzing quite early on Sunday evening (February 13). The songstress, who premiered her new song “Born This Way” on Friday, hit the Grammys in a semi-see-through egg that seemed like something of an arty reference to that song’s title.

Check out pictures of Lady Gaga’s Grammy arrival here.

Outdoing the space-age Armani Privé getup she wore to last year’s Grammys, Gaga was in the egg as she emerged from a truck and was carried by four men in yellow boxers and dresses to the carpet.

Her Twitter page gave a bit of insight into what Gaga might be up to on Sunday. “This is Nicola, Haus of Gaga: Gaga is in incubation,” stylist Nicola Formichetti tweeted on the singer’s page. “Tonight’s performance is in collaboration with Hussein Chalayan and House of Mugler. X”

Formichetti also wrote about Gaga’s big arrival on his own Twitter account. “Grammys red carpet,” he tweeted. “Lady gaga wears Mugler by nicola formichetti. Womb by hussein Chalayan. Gaga’s pryers are in haus of gaga in collaboration with Mugler. My baby is been born.”

Lady Gaga is set to perform her new song live during the Grammy telecast. The singer is up for six awards on Sunday night, including Album of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals, Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Dance Recording and Best Short Form Music Video.

  1. Lady Gaga arrives at the 2011 Grammy Awards
  2. Lady Gaga arrives at the 2011 Grammy AwardsPhoto: Jason Merritt/Getty Images

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Photos: Lady Gaga Arrives At The 2011 Grammy

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