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Christina Hendricks Talks Flower Shops & Pencil Skirts By Max Abadian for Flare Magazine May 2013

Marilyn Monroe Photographer Bert Stern Looks To Kate Upton As Next Muse

Red Genitals Not Arousing In Recent Study, But Men Do Tip Red Shirt Waitresses Better

2013 Is A Year of Revelation and Artistic Rejuvenation for Anne

Sexual Politics & Fashion, 50 Shades of Grey Meets YVVY’s Nude Edition

For Sister Margaret Farley Responsible Pleasure Is Not a Sin

Believing in Birth Control Doesn’t Make Me Un-American | 2 Ps in a Pod by Anne

Wilhelm Reich & Sexual Healing Without Fashion Body Armor

Joe Wehner | Anne Enke Unplugged | ‘Talk to Me’ #1

Study | Charming Porsche-Driving Men are Peacocks Seeking Sex

Sensual Dames Love Stockings & Garter Belts from Secrets & Lace

Female Deception | Vagina or Vajayjay

Emmanuelle Alt & Nudity | Vill Vogue Paris Remain A Sensual Beacon?

Sexy Doublespeak | American Women & Sexual Honesty

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Selita Ebanks | Kanye West | ‘Runaway’ Full Video Embedded

Christina Hendricks Reveals Our Inner Lilith Woman

The Great Wall of Vagina | Learning to Love Our Genitalia

Body Talk | Owning Vulvas, Clits & G-Spots

Orgasmic Female Brain in ‘La Petite Mort’ | Images Nicola Vallotto

Reflections on Female Sexual Desire: Anais Nin, Marilyn Monroe & Isabelle Allende Join Forces with Anne

 

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Sunday
Jan062013

Pioneer Model Lauren Hutton's Understanding of Prick Power Is Fierce

Coming across this August 2010 L’Officiel Magazine photo shoot of Lauren Hutton by Sasha Eisenman just now, I was struck by Hutton’s at-ease beauty as a woman approaching 70.

Lauren Hutton Defined Fierce

Checking further one of America’s first top models, the Savannah-born, swamps-in-Florida-raised, original gap-tooth image-maker gave a substantive interview to Oprah on the subject of personal style. Her prescription for how to be true to your own style is consistent throughout her life.

What should we expect from a woman whose indy spirit caused her to break free from a turbulent home life she has described as Faulknerian, join Gloria Steinem working as a bunny at New York’s Playboy Club, retuning south — presumably broke — to work as a big-haired cocktail waitress at Al Hirt’s jazz club in New Orleans, before returning to New York at 21.

Playboy and Prick Power

As a side note, Lauren Hutton says about her three-month gig as a Playboy bunny: It was a good experience because it taught me p—— power.” I assume that TIME blotted out “prick power”. Hutton is known for cussing like a drunken sailor.

When Lauren Hutton arrived in New York, the mannequins of the moment were “European swans—giant, beautiful, perfect girls,” writes Oprah.com.

When Hutton was sent to fabled fashion photographer Richard Avedon, he was dismayed by her inexperience. “He asked me where I came from, what I did. I told him that I ran, played, and jumped in the swamp.” So he got her leaping for the camera. Three months later: 14 pages in Vogue.

The young Hutton, who aspired to be Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, was well on her way to becoming “Jungle Jane of the modeling world, charming a python for Richard Avedon and wrestling, yes, alligators for Helmut Newton”, adds Vogue.com in Voguepedia.

Hers is not your typical girl determined to make it big as a model story. Hutton’s modeling career swung into high gear only after it became clear that her plans to hop a tramp steamer to Africa, as a young woman determined to save endangered elephants would not materialize.

Lauren Hutton’s New York Days

I’m liking this read about Lauren Hutton — who I watched read the total riot act to the folks at Georgio Armani in Milan a few years back — and am struck how the Vogue article in particular captures the spirit of women in New York as the second wave of feminism swept into the spirit of the city.

It was illegal for a single woman to rent a hotel room in Manhattan when Lauren Hutton hit the streets of New York. Reading about her now, I have an idea for AOC readers.

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Thursday
Sep092010

LOVE Magazine #4 | The Many Flavors of Women

The eight fabulous women on the covers of LOVE magazine, issue #4 remind us that women are as varied as fruits in the garden. We’re juicy, tart, delicious, crunchy, sweet and savoury, soft and crispy. No civilization wants its fruits and vegetables to look and taste the same.

Mert & Marcus take aim at Alessandra Ambrosio, Gisele Bündchen, Sienne Miller, Agyness Deyn, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Kelly Brook, Lauren Hutton, and one perfect doll, by Louis Vuitton designer Fabrizio Viti.

Some of us are more The Bombshell and others The Rebel. The terribly clever among us rotate archetypes like favorite bras: one day strapless black lace and the next day smooth, racer-back, nude and sporty.

The challenge is training our brains to understand that Ms. Perfect featured on LOVE #4 is truly a doll, a mannequin and not a sensual, superyoung female of any age. She exists in the imagination of the fashion designer who created her to act as display fixture for his/her clothes.

As often as not today, the mannequin isn’t meant to sexually inspire or bring the clothes to life.  Body heat isn’t in vogue for today’s fashion designers.

A comeback is possible if we fight hard for our right to be all the variations of that great, perplexing, inspiring creature called ‘woman’. Never forget that she comes in many flavors.

Poets and playrights know something about emotion and biology that fashion designers do not. Centurier old, they whisper to us ladies in many tongues: talk louderAnne

 

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