Why is it that artists and movie producers are so obsessed with hurting innocent children? These sickos are allowed to exploit children as the only forbidden fruit.
Balenciaga’s latest ad campaign shows small children holding up teddy bears in sadomasochistic and bondage costumes. The bears, and not the children. Balenciaga hired an infant photographer to take the images for their ad campaign.
The fashion house pulled the ads, and then huffed and puffed in the press, promising to sue those responsible. The fashion house had hired a photographer and production firm. You know what you are thinking. It’s difficult to believe that a fashion house would not have the final say on the brand’s ad campaign featuring BDSM teddy bears. Or a purse featuring images of children being abused. “One of the images includes a Michael Borremans art book. His artwork has included nude children and adults engaging in acts of violence including cannibalism.
It begs the question, “How did they not know?”
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Jerome Lamaar Rice (a writer for Vogue) stated that Balenciaga was in control of its own advertising campaign.
It was approved at the end of the day. If you are serious about business, you’d have more voices to voice your disapproval of people submitting concepts. It was a difficult situation to understand. If the right people were involved, they could have avoided it from clearing. Everybody who provided the pieces edited them, posted them, filmed them, and approved them. That means they should be held responsible.
Valentino Giancarlo Giammetti’s co-founder called it out on Diet Prada’s Instagram page. He noted that Valentino Giancarlo Giammetti had chosen a child photographer for the shoot.
Congratulations if the goal of the ad campaign were to cater to weirdos.
The abuse of children for “art”, is not new. Even though The New York Times tries to put this interest on “QAnon,” it is gaining more attention and repulsion from the public and it’s just a matter of time.
I remember a few years back while thumbing through Elle Decor (which is now no longer my favorite home-design magazine), I noticed a spread featuring a New York home with “art” that depicted men and boys. One boy was holding a rooster. You can do it too, chicken. Elle Decor never responded to my request. I sent Elle Decor a note, canceled my subscription, and wrote about the photos.
It received zero comments when I wrote about it later at Political Vanguard. Evidently, people were too busy with other things like socks.
The scene was described by me:
This spread had several images of males, but I didn’t see any art that showed the female form. He’s gay, stop the presses! It’s there.
Elle Decor describes the interior as “equally intoxicating and idiosyncratic” but my instincts were heightened when I saw the painting of an underage boy wearing a shirtless and holding a rooster. Is it the shirtless boy who is featured in the painting? Was it him as a young boy? My suspicions were confirmed by a simple turn of the page. A portrait of a boy and a man, both naked, was placed over his master bedroom bed.
Avi Nes, an Israeli artist, took the photograph of the homoerotic man-boy-love portrait.
Brooke Shields, a prepubescent, made her debut in 1978’s “Pretty Baby,” which told the story of a child prostitute living in 1917 New Orleans. The film caused concern but was quickly drowned out with howls of disapproval at how prudish the parents and pastors were.
Shields’ mom was then paid by another artist to exploit her once again.
In 1980 America, Calvin Klein magazine and television ads featured the model. It caused shock waves. At the age of 15, she wore tight jeans and straitened legs in the Calvin Klein ad. You won’t believe what you see. Nothing.
Hollywood gave child rapist Roman Polanski a standing ovation – after he fled the country to escape prosecution for drugging and raping a 13-year-old girl. In a hot tub. At Jack Nicholson’s house. Anjelica Huston caught him.
Jeffrey Epstein. Harvey Weinstein. Girls and women are mere sex objects. Joe Biden’s daughter suggested that he abused her as they showered together.
Corey Haim, Corey Feldman, and others tell the stories of Hollywood man/boy sex bands of which they were victims.
Hollywood kooks collect children like baseball cards, but with less seriousness.
Is it possible to kill children in the womb? Big deal. California Governor Gavin Newsom’s billboard campaign stated that it would be easier to kill babies if you truly loved your neighbor as Jesus.
Kamala Harris was not surprised that Planned Parenthood friends were selling baby parts when she was California’s attorney general. She was furious that her campaign donor was exposed by a citizen journalist as illegally trading in body parts. What did she do then? Her gunned-up agents sent the journalist to be raped and took all his materials and equipment. Then, she prosecuted him.
California Governor Gavin Newsom released thousands of child molesters who had served only months or years-long sentences. This week. There are thousands of pedophiles. How about the rights of innocent children to protection from those who have committed crimes against them?
You stout, obnoxious Karen, get off your high horse!
Washington bans predatory sex offenders from Washington State. I wonder how long it will be before the governor of Washington follows suit and allows these unscrupulous predators to stalk our children once more?
Unlawful underage porn was recently discovered in a college football player. How did he become so addicted to this horrible stuff?
It goes on and on. Failure to protect the most vulnerable is the first step in the debasement of society. You knew this. This is why people are so angry at schools that sexualize children and indoctrinate them with hate and lies. It is one of the most horrible things about the intrusion at the border and the trafficking of those children.
Remember just a couple of years ago when Netflix carried a French film about prepubescent dancers called “Cuties”? That was yanked off the streaming service sacrément rapide. But doing the right thing these days seems to be based on momentary outrage and profit and loss statements, not morals, ethics, and first principles.