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Foot Fetishists Debunk A Fake Nude Of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Added: 13.08.2022 19:17 | 26 views | 0 comments


Perhaps because of her left-leaning political views or her young age, newly-sworn in Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has garnered a lot of criticism from various media outlets. Aside from a recent attempt to discredit her reputation with an unearthed video of her dancing, an alleged nude picture of the congresswoman has been making the rounds. Thankfully, some crafty and detail-oriented Reddit users came to the forefront to defend Cortez.
As reported by , an image of a woman in a bathtub surfaced on Reddit's r/Drama subreddit. The photo, which showcases a woman's feet and legs, is fairly tame, though if you were to zoom in on the reflection from the faucet, you would find an image of the woman's breasts. On this particular Reddit thread, some were claiming the image was sourced from Ocasio-Cortez's Instagram account.
Needless to say, the image in question is not of Cortez. How do we know this? Well, thanks to the detective work of a few foot fetishists, of course.
In particular, we have one internet sleuth, in particular, to give thanks to. Reddit user jokes_on_you compared the questionable image with a small collection of photos showcasing Ocasio-Cortez's feet, which are shared on Wikifeet, a website that is devoted to foot fetish photos of celebrities and other famous public figures.
Speaking to Motherboard, jokes_on_you explained how he was able to spot the difference.
"I've sucked enough toes in my life to recognize when something doesn't look right," jokes_on_you relayed in a direct message on Reddit."Because we can't dorsi- or plantarflex our 2nd-5th toes independently I knew it wasn't a matter of the toe being bent. I thought that maybe she has some form of brachydactyly but her Wikifeet page has clear evidence to the contrary. So it was clear to me that it wasn't her feet."For the inquisitive in nature, the photo -- and the feet -- actually belong to Sydney Leathers, a cam model and political activist. Savvy readers may remember Leathers for her role in the Anthony Weiner sexting scandal, which ended with jail time for the former Democratic congressman.
As previously alluded to, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been the target of a handful of attempts to discredit her career. Last week, a day before she was sworn in as a congresswoman, an old video of Cortez surfaced, which showed her dancing on the rooftop as a college student -- per reporting by the . On social media, pundits and political commentators have been quick to target her, including The Daily Wire founder Ben Shapiro, per an article by the .

Kathy Hilton awkwardly mistakes Lizzo for 'Precious' on 'Watch What Happens Live'

Added: 11.08.2022 14:36 | 39 views | 0 comments

Kathy Hilton was playing a game guessing celebrities on "Watch What Happens Live" when she awkwardly mistook Lizzo, calling her "Precious."

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The Zelensky Narrative Is Shifting

Added: 11.08.2022 12:38 | 10 views | 0 comments

For months, the Ukrainian president has enjoyed nonstop adulation from the American press and audiences with celebrities.

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Exclusive: Olivia Newton-John remembered by Rob Lowe, Brad Paisley at charity event: ‘True icon’

Added: 09.08.2022 16:48 | 23 views | 0 comments

Legendary "Grease" star Olivia Newton-John is remembered by celebrities Rob Lowe, Mario Lopez and Brad Paisley at Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw's charity event.

This International Cat Day, these world record breaking pets are the real celebrities

Added: 08.08.2022 17:52 | 9 views | 0 comments

In honor of International Cat Day, we're taking a look at record-breaking felines and all they've accomplished.

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Remember When These Celebrities Worked for Other Stars?

Added: 21.08.2021 8:00 | 26 views | 0 comments

Nicole Richie, Khloe Kardashian, Celebrity AssistantsWhile most of us would agree that 2020 didn't offer much in terms of highlight reel material, there was one moment, mid-fall, where we all stopped to appreciate the glow-up. The...

Jane Fonda on why celebrities should back political causes: ‘When someone famous takes a stand, people notice’

Added: 12.11.2020 12:37 | 30 views | 0 comments


has said people in the public eye should back political causes because “when someone famous takes a stand, people notice".

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Lee Miller: The Inspiration Behind Jessica May

Added: 23.04.2019 21:31 | 1 views | 0 comments


As I mention in the Author’s Note at the back of The Paris Orphan, I first heard of Lee Miller when I was researching my previous book, . There was a throwaway line in an article that mentioned Miller and other female war correspondents who, after World War II had ended, had not been able to continue working as serious journalists because the men had returned from overseas and taken all of the available jobs.

It caught my attention. What would it have been like to report on a war and then come home to America and be assigned completely different work? After the war, Lee Miller was relegated to photographing fashion or celebrities during the winter season at Saint-Moritz. She was also an occasional contributor of recipes for Vogue.

That article was the start of my fascination with her. I went looking for more. And I found a story so incredible I couldn’t help but be inspired by it.

Miller the Photojournalist

Miller was a photojournalist for Vogue during World War II. She took some extraordinary photographs: she stumbled upon the battle for Saint-Malo in France and photographed the U.S. Army’s first use of napalm there. She reported from Paris, Luxembourg, Alsace, Colmar, Aachen, Cologne, Frankfurt and Torgau, among other places. She was one of the first to document the horrors of the Dachau concentration camp. And she was the subject of an iconic photograph, bathing in Hitler’s bathtub in his Munich apartment, having left her filthy boots to drop the dirt of Dachau, as she put it, all over the Fuhrer’s pristine white bathroom.

Miller the Model

But Lee Miller started on the other side of the lens. She was discovered by Condé Nast on the streets of Manhattan and became a famous model for magazines like Vogue during the 1920s. I decided to use this as the starting point for my character, Jessica May, as I was fascinated by that transition. How did a woman who was so obviously beautiful manage in the male and often chauvinistic environment of an army during a war?

Just as Condé Nast discovers Lee Miller, he also discovers Jess in The Paris Orphan and Jess is one of his favorite models, as Miller was. However, to suit my story better, I moved time forward to begin Jess’s modeling career in the early 1940s.

Miller’s modeling career ended when a photograph of her was used by Kotex in an advertisement for sanitary pads. It’s so hard to imagine that this could end a career, but it did. To be seen as the “Kotex Girl” was a stigma so dreadful that no magazine wanted to use pictures of Miller again. So Miller moved to France, where she became Man Ray’s lover. He helped her develop her photography skills and she became a well-regarded surrealist photographer.

I used these elements when creating Jess’s character too. Jess has to stop modeling after a photograph of her is used by Kotex, Jess has a French photographer as a lover, and solarization is a trademark of her work, as it was Miller’s.

The Intersection of Fiction and Reality

Miller actually reported for British Vogue during the war, although many of her pieces appeared in American Vogue too. For ease of the story, I have Jess working for American Vogue in The Paris Orphan.

Jess follows in Miller’s footsteps in The Paris Orphan, working out of a field hospital when she first arrives in France after D-Day. I have given the room used by Lee Miller at the Hotel Scribe in Paris to Jess, complete with a balcony piled high with fuel cans and an acquaintance with Picasso. Miller is called la femme soldatby the joyful Parisians after the city is liberated, as is Jess. Miller stays at Hitler’s apartment in Munich and is photographed in Hitler’s bath, as is Jess in The Paris Orphan.

After the War

One of the most heartbreaking parts of Miller’s story is what happened to her after the war. She suffered from post-traumatic stress after viewing and recording so many horrors, and she tried to forget that she was ever a witness to war and all its atrocities. So effective was she at excising this from her past that, when she died at age seventy, her son, Roland Penrose, had no idea of what she had done during the war. Her work was largely forgotten.

One day, Penrose’s wife found boxes of photographs and films in the attic at Farley Farm, Miller’s home. They contained Miller’s correspondence with her Vogue editor and wartime paraphernalia. Penrose immediately understood that he had made an incredible discovery, that his mother had been a true artist, and that her words and pictures had—once upon a time, until she let the world forget them—meant something.

He resurrected Lee Miller and her work. She is now widely regarded as one of the world’s preeminent war correspondents and photographers. The idea that she had been all but forgotten haunted me, and this inspired the scenes set in contemporary times in The Paris Orphan, when D’Arcy Hallworth finds an attic full of photographs and an extraordinary legacy that should never have been lost to the past.

Nevada's famous pimp expected to win state election despite death

Added: 18.10.2018 0:53 | 1 views | 0 comments


Nevada's most famous pimp tried to bring the state's legal brothel industry into the mainstream by mingling with celebrities, showcasing his business on HBO and staging outlandish publicity stunts.
Dennis Hof's fame made him an attention-grabbing figure in an otherwise quiet industry. And, despite...

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They #WokeUpLikeThis: 81 Times Celebrities Posted Makeup-Free Selfies

Added: 30.01.2018 18:35 | 1 views | 0 comments


Our favorite A-listers take it off.

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