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Saturday, March 4, 2017

Vogue Paris - Hag Mag du Jour

Cover man, Valentina Sampaio

We're told it's now a post gendered world. "On their runways more and more designers are highlighting trans people - the ultimate symbols of a rejection of conformity, and icons that Vogue supports and chooses to celebrate."

Vogue talks as if transgender women - who are men and mainly homosexuals - are born with a beautiful woman's face. Just...born that way!
However "transgender beauty" is not innate; it arrives on a man's face and body after multiple surgeries costing hundreds of thousands of dollars, and on his lips with injections of Botox.

In March Brazilian born transgender model Valentina Sampaio will be featured on Vogue Paris' front cover. Says Vogue: "Valentina, who shares a strong resemblance to Brooke Shields with her bold brows and full pout, stuns while clad in a plunging gold lamé dress, teamed with one long tassel earring and Farrah Fawcett–style feather waves." Vogue also says that Valentina has a "sparkling personality" as if that faux persona makes up for the fact that Sampaio is a man.

Emmanuelle Alt, editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris, writes "only when a transgender person poses on the front cover of a fashion magazine and it is no longer necessary to write an editorial on the subject will we know that the battle is won," but Emmanuelle, could have just said nothing about Valentina being transgender, although silence on the subject wouldn't serve the agenda.


Ninety-nine percent of transgender women (born men) undeniably need surgery to appear to the naked eye as women. I'm sure that a large number of surgery-deprived transgender women hold a grudge against surgery enhanced glamorous "trans-beauties" especially those making millions of dollars as cover "girls". 


I'm Shiloh Quine, a real transgender woman 
without the benefits of myriad facial plastic 
surgeries and Botox but did Vogue Paris 
put me on their cover?

Valentina has been operated over to make her look like every feminist's nightmare, the type of woman every feminist abhors - a sexy princess high octane glamorous beauty who has men groveling at her (very large) feet. Surgery deprived transgender women feel that only when one of their own is on the cover of Vogue, will transgenderism have become "normal" and mundane. Unfortunately for them that day will never arrive. Looking at several pages of pictures of Valentina, taken not under studio lighting but in broad daylight, one can see, especially with the enormous Botoxed lips, that Valentina is a man. No matter how much plastic surgery transgender women have had, no matter how may tons of Botox have been injected into their lips to give them that "bee-stung" look, the elephant in the room is that these women still are men.




2 comments:

Anonymous said...

There is a lot of photo shopping and airbrushing done on all these men posing as women, just as it is done on the real female models in some of these magazines. Just think how much money could be spent on the truly poor and those who need medical treatment just to live a normal life if these people were not so decadent and greedy. I think many are going to have a lot to answer for come Judgment Day.

Stabat Mater said...

Indeed, we are rationing health care for critically ill patients & the elderly (whose earned money built the system), but footing the bill for this SICK form of mutilation???
We have very good health insurance, by most standards. It isn't cheap. It is covering less & less every year. The battle I had a few weeks ago to find prescription eye drops that would be covered cost more time & energy & employee efforts than the dang drops! But I am sure these barbaric surgeries are covered with few obstacles, if any. A friend told me that several years ago her insurance plan through her Catholic college would cover "sex reassignment" surgery, but not a dime for pregnancy care or delivery of a baby for Catholic married couples. The world is completely backwards at this time in history!