Photographer Claire Rothstein has launched Girls Girls Girls magazine, a sex-bomb explosion that plays into every stereotype out there. If you didn't listen carefully, you might think Girls Girls Girls is set to be the femme photographer's version of Treats! playing into the unadulterated commercial consumerism that is destroying the world. I don't think so.
Consider that white girls get brainwashed, too. I know that reality doesn't fit the stereotype of bad girl Becky, but methinks something REAL interesting is afoot here, and I might just love it. After all, Becky has born the responsibility for the downfall of civilization since the day Lilith stormed out of the garden of Eden. It's much easier to go after Becky than deal with the real human problems on our planet.
As you see, though, Becky has a few friends. And together we will fight forward. So pack up your trash-talking Becky crap and get out of the way Tamika Mallory and Linda Sarsour. Large numbers of women have -- especially Beckys -- have work to do -- TOGETHER.
Our first editorial from Girls Girls Girls features models Ajak Deng and Linda Helena, styled by Alicia Lombardini in denim blues. Claire Rothstein is behind the lens. Hair by Charles McNair; makeup by Mark Edio.
Images via See Management for Mark Edio.