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Vice Magazine is a White Man's Club, like Playboy. The Moral, Aesthetic and Political Foundations of the Magazine are White Masculine Moral, Aesthetic and Political Ideas. As of Such, no Matter their Recent inFatuation with “ Girls ” ( reflective of the Rise of “ GirlKore, ” an Artistic Genre chronicling Feminine Liberation, of which S.iS : will be a Crowning Literary Jewel ) and their in Creasing Number of Lady Writers, the Tone and Content of Vice Magazine remains “ Young White Male, ” their Articles on Girls Catchy Add Ons that xist to bolster StereoTypes / help them get laid via these Same Girls. Which is to say : Girls are not treated, by Vice Magazine, like Equals.

They are treated like Xpendable Fuck Toys. Well Dressed Xpendable Fuck Toys that say Witty Things and come in More Diverse Body Shapes than in your Average Magazine, but Xpendable Fuck Toys None the Less, their Value the Sum Total of their Fuckableness and their Willing Conformity to the Moral, Aesthetic and Political

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"Coroner says Phyllis Hyman used sleeping pills to commit suicide; new LP due out soon"

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"just want 2 say i am so honoured to be releasing my next album with 4AD - a record label I have admired since I was 13 and first heard the cocteau twins and realized girls can make music, and goth is sick"

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I'm always surprised by the people who just can't bring themselves to believe anything un-Camelot about the Kennedys.

So to all of you I say, "Wake up!"

While this may not be terrifically interesting to anyone under, say, fifty, when I was a girl, these were our icons. And I wasn't even a Catholic. We were fed all Kennedy-all the time. He was "the man," the aspirational icon and much like the fictional Don Draper, men were lining up to emulate the behavior.

And when his head was blown off - and even that was sanitized for years - the hero worship only grew.

The political missteps were not published, they were "secrets" withheld from a country who wouldn't - or didn't want to - understand.

Personally, I am thrilled that writers are finally busting these myths. Human nature hasn't changed. Only the way the characters are drawn.

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Not long ago I Skyped with a friend who was driven out of the city by high rent and now has an artist’s residency in a small town in the south of France. She described herself as happy and relaxed for the first time in years. She still gets her work done, but it doesn’t consume her entire day and brain. She says it feels like college — she has a big circle of friends who all go out to the cafe together every night. She has a boyfriend again. (She once ruefully summarized dating in New York: “Everyone’s too busy and everyone thinks they can do better.”) What she had mistakenly assumed was her personality — driven, cranky, anxious and sad — turned out to be a deformative effect of her environment. It’s not as if any of us wants to live like this, any more than any one person wants to be part of a traffic jam or stadium trampling or the hierarchy of cruelty in high school — it’s something we collectively force one another to do.

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Katy Perry might be foregoing her love of bubble gum pop for her next album release. In the new issue of L'Uomo Vogue, the singer says that she will use the recent heartbreak in her personal life as inspiration for a darker batch of new tracks. "It will be a much darker album than the previous one. It was inevitable, after what I went through," she said in the fashion magazine, via Press Party. "If I had a time machine and could go back in time, I would. But I can't, so you'll discover another part of me."

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Despite Boogie Nights’ retro setting, Thomas Anderson did not want to make a ‘70’s movie’. However he did intend to reflect the era as distinctly as possible, vibrantly during the ‘up’ portions of the film while dragging everything, including Bridges’ costumes, through mud when 80’s videotape and designer drugs arrive. As Jack Horner comments on that decade’s imminence, “If it looks like shit, and it sounds like shit, then it must be shit”. Bridges concurs, “These 1980 druggie scenes take place in ‘sequence D’ of the film, which I always felt meant dirty laundry. You know the dingy long term effect of washing all your colours together. I did most of the dyeing on the show and would just put the desired batch of clothing in a washing machine with a mixture of gray and beige Tintex dye in hottest water available and hope for the worst. No pressing necessary”.

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The fact that this sea creature looks exactly like a rock with guts is not even the weirdest thing about it. It’s also completely immobile like a rock — it eats by sucking in water and filtering out microorganisms — and its clear blood mysteriously secretes a rare mineral called vanadium. Also, it’s born male, becomes hermaphroditic at puberty, and reproduces by tossing clouds of sperm and eggs into the surrounding water and hoping they knock together. Nature, you are CRAZY.

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