Wednesday, September 2, 2015

What did anyone expect?

Confirmation of something obvious to anyone with even the most passing association with women's fashion, especially at the high end.
WWD announced that the forthcoming fall campaign by fashion-forward Swedish brand Acne Studios will star Frasse Johansson, who is a 12-year-old boy. Who is modeling very expensive clothes meant for adult women.

“Walking in high heels is so hard,” Johansson told WWD. “I don’t understand how anyone can walk in them.” Welcome to the patriarchy, kiddo, enjoy your blissfully brief stay.

Jonny Johansson, Acne’s creative director (and also the model’s father), asked his son to be a part of the campaign because he believes the boy represents the “new breed” of consumer, for whom the “cut and character” of clothing is paramount, “rather than seeking approval from society or [following] set norms.”
First, this can't be a surprise, given that the industry is dominated by faeries & queers. They've got no interest in the bodies of mature women: not the more obvious signs of womanhood (breasts, hips, type and amount of subcutaneous fat*), and certainly not vaginas. And a great many of them enjoy the form of pubescent boys. (I'll note that chicken hawk is getting redefined to mean an old gay man who chases "men in the 20s" according to the Urban Dictionary, but that's crap. Chicken hawks chase after newly pubescent boys. See Agnostic's blog for more on this topic.) So it's no surprise that this is the form they design clothes for. 

Second, there's a reason that high fashion doesn't appeal to straight men, not even in its application: For clothing to be truly flattering, it needs to be designed to suit the shape of the body wearing it. (This is a necessary but not sufficient condition.) High fashion (and the medium fashion which derives from it) is designed to suit the wet dreams of a bunch of fags who want the age of consent lowered to the age of twelve so they can butt fuck boys without getting arrested. It isn't designed to flatter the bodies of women. Why women put up with this is beyond me. All the poofters need to be chased out of the business of designing clothes for women - only women and straight men should be doing it. (Don't bother telling me there are already such people about - I know. But the gay mafia dominates.)

But this also highlights a trend that has come into stark relief with the coming out of Caitlyn Jenner. Increasingly, certain men are using the current fashions in customs & mores to take over roles for women. Besides Bruce, there's at least one other drag queen who frequently gets mentioned because he is one of the highest paid "female" CEOs in the country. A certain Hollywood director/writer/producer is now one of the most prominent "woman" directors out there. (Sorry Babs, Penny and Katheryn, you guys just aren't faggy enough to be the biggest female director in Hollywood.)

In another case, an international court has ruled that "women" with undescended testicles can compete as women in international competitions. In any sport where power and strength are dominant, women simply won't be able to compete. It's only a matter of time before trannies break the barrier, too. Bruce is probably too old to win the heptathlon now, but there will be others.

And now, 12 year-old boys are going to take the jobs formerly reserved for anorexic, heroin addicted young women.

Women are so screwed. Though only in the figurative sense, as the people screwing them couldn't care less about pussy if you cut their balls off. Welcome to the Twenty-First Century.

* Woman, especially those in their childbearing years, have both more subcutaneous fat under their skin than men (assume both are fit), and it is structured differently. Straight men, and women, can see the difference in skin of males and females. Even the prettiest of men never achieve that kind of softness of look to their skin. Thus, Caitlyn can, at best, look like a post-menopausal woman. Had he made this switch when he was 25, he'd have still looked like a man in that regard no matter what he did otherwise.

1 comment:

  1. I can't think of a science fiction show or movie that has a planet as alien as the world you just described. The fashion industry has always mystified me. As for the sodomites in their ranks, they disgust me and are not worthy of a snappy metaphor.