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A novel approach to promoting feminine beauty
Red-blooded men naturally seek feminine beauty, and they will stumble across it, but they constitute a numerical minority. Since top fashion models and beauty pageant contestants usually lack in the feminine beauty department, the promotion of feminine beauty among the majority requires novel approaches. Here is one such approach.
Suppose there is a magazine with the following, fairly typical, table of contents.
New Renaissance magazine
– Setting the stage for Renaissance II
Brief Items of Interest
The Objectification of Women: Feminist Nonsense vs. Reality
– LaQueesha Jomo Goldberg
The Two-step, Fast-acting, Definitive Solution to the Current Global Financial Crisis
– Jens Ström
Do it Yourself Mesotherapy: 5% of the Cost of Professional Treatment without Compromising Medical Propriety
– Karina Jenkins
Best Practices in Managing HIV
– Wayne McNeely
Thoughts on Drug Offenses and Recidivism by a Former Crack Addict
– Jamaal Akbar Jones
Engineering Moral Dilemmas to Advance the Moral Development of Children
– Ingrid Ragnhild Friis, Olaf Halgrimsson
Cyber Security: Protecting Yourself from Hackers, Malware and Big Brother
– Matthew Clark Williams, Thomas Miller
Queer Theory: How Intellectually Bankrupt can Postmodernism be?
– Alan Taylor-Smith, Hans Jørgensen
Math Lessons That One will not Forget
– Mary-Jane Davis
Neurophysiological Correlates of the Relation between Genius and Bipolar Disorder
– Ronald James Wright
The Lynn-Flynn Effect on Intelligence Scores: Why James Flynn is Taking People for a Ride
– Donald Harris
Josiah Willard Gibbs: Scientist par excellence
– Jochen Rydquist
A Convenient Tool for Handling Sliding Surface Landmarks in Geometric Morphometrics
– Martin Norbäck, Henk de Villiers
New Treatments Targeting the Twin Age-related Maladies: Muscle Wasting and Arthritis
– Shawn Moerbeek
Editor – Erik Holland; Asst. Editor – Kimberly Tolland; Production team – Marcus John Madsen, Jake Holden, Bo Ho; Design – Kenneth Speight, April Dorfler
Assume that the articles are top-notch. Now take a look at some typical, non-advertisement-related pairs of pages in this magazine.
Because of its high quality original articles, the magazine will be picked up by people who would not normally pick up magazines to look at pictures of attractive women – feminists, straight women, engineers or mathematicians looking for technical information, the elderly, even men that superficially have red blood but are distinguished from typical red-blooded men by a high frequency of infection by the AIDS virus. Few things would beat this approach to introducing a large proportion of the public to feminine and attractive women and make them note how starkly these women contrast with high-fashion models, the vast majority of beauty pageant contestants and a large number of actresses. Of course, the most direct way is to replace the majority of fashion models and beauty pageant contestants with feminine beauties or set up alternatives to the fashion industry and mainstream beauty pageants, but aside from the exorbitant cost of setting up alternatives, the individuals in charge won’t change voluntarily or cooperate, and their power is such that one must think of approaches like the one being discussed.
People often use the female form to sell various products. This made me think, why not aim for the reverse? One could use high quality, highly significant articles to promote feminine beauty among populations that would not normally seek pictures of beautiful women or care much about feminine beauty. These articles will have to be provided in the format of a magazine so that the sales and advertisement revenue pay for model fees.
There will be some barriers to setting up such a magazine. The initial capital would be somewhat of an issue, but there will be two more serious problems. High quality and highly significant articles on many topics will inevitably ruffle some feathers, sometimes very powerful ones. This will make many advertisers shy away or cancel their advertisements, making it difficult to secure the funds for producing the magazine. Therefore, if such a magazine were ever established, it would need to have an online version to fall back on as the print edition would be subject to cancellation at short notice.
The other problem would be obtaining good writers. The dearth of good writers on many important issues is best summed as follows –
The business of the journalist is to destroy the truth, to lie outright, to pervert, to vilify, to fawn at the feet of Mammon and to sell his country and his race for his daily bread. ... We are the tools and vassals of rich men behind the scenes. We are the jumping jacks, they pull the strings and we dance. ... We are intellectual prostitutes. – John Swinton, 1880
The solution is to find knowledgeable writers with the right mettle –
Persons in power should be very careful how they deal with a man who cares nothing for sensual pleasure, nothing for riches, nothing for comfort or praise, or promotion, but is simply determined to do what he believes to be right. He is a dangerous and uncomfortable enemy, because his body which you can always conquer gives you so little purchase upon his soul. – Gilbert Murray
It will be some project working on this magazine.
Models shown, from left to right –
– Row 1: Natasha Marley, Carli Banks, Amanda Swan
– Row 2: Carole, Courtney B., Loora
– Row 3: Jasmine N., Lauren Hurley, Kellie N.
– Row 4: Jenny L., Faye
– All models taken from only tease.
Excerpts taken from; left to right per image row corresponds to top-down below –
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- Heldman C, Cahill M. The beast of beauty culture: An analysis of the political effects of self-objectification. Paper presented for the Western Political Science Association Conference, Las Vegas, March 8-10, 2007.
- Clarke DL, Buccimazza I, Anderson FA, et al. Colorectal foreign bodies. Colorectal Dis 2005;7(1):98-103.
- The colorectal bodies article above.
- A diagram related to Lawrence Kohlberg’s stages of moral development.
- Evans, EP. Animal symbolism in ecclesiastical architecture. 1896, W. Heinemann: London.
- Ohshima H, Takiwaki H. Evaluation of dark circles of the lower eyelid: comparison between reflectance meters and image processing and involvement of dermal thickness in appearance. Skin Res Technol 2008;14(2):135-41.
- Lower SK. Thermodynamics of equilibrium: All about entropy, free energy and why chemical reactions take place – A Chem I reference text. Simon Fraser University.
- Preyer NW. Transient behavior of simple RC circuits. Am J Phys 2002;70(12):1187-93.
- Van Blarigan P. Advanced internal combustion engine research. Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA 94550.
- Savulescu J. Justice, fairness, and enhancement. Ann NY Acad Sci 2006;1093:321-38.