As someone who is biracial, who champions interracial relationships, and just published an essay on “the swirl,” I should be ecstatic about the whole Kim and Kanye “Kimye”thing. Sadly I can’t stand either of them, which is why it has taken me so long to comment, but as I follow the blogs I can see some positives. Kim has finally found someone as shallow and attention seeking as herself. And Kayne is once again f*cking a walking talking fashion magazine;one full of gloss with no interesting articles or opinions. They are like the black and white Ken and Barbie. I imagine they talk about fashion and…well that’s about it. They are actually perfect for each other, which is so damn hard to find, so congrats to them both.
It’s been an exciting few weeks! Madonna & Me: Women Writers on the Queen of Pop is out in bookstores and online. And the lovely ladies at TheFrisky.com published the essay I contributed, Madonna is Down with the Swirl, about how Madonna supported interracial relationships and gave courage to a young biracial girl, me.
First you need to read my essay at TheFrisky.
Then you need to purchase Madonna & Me online or at your local bookstores. Order right now at Amazon.com.
I was distraught when I heard my fave swirl couple was going to split, but I stumbled upon a ray of light this morning. Celebrity Psychic Barb Powell told Astrochicks.com that she thought they would work it out. Barb even insinuated the reports were a possible publicity stunt. Hmmmmm. I believe the latter. Remember when Seal let Heidi perform with him at the 2008 Victoria Secret fashion show? *cringe* Clearly they are madly in love, because love is blind…and obviously deaf.
Click below for Barb’s full prediction.
According to my annual blog report, “Jason Moma Naked” was one of the most searched phrases that got my blog some hits in 2011. Sadly, I had no naked pics of Jason Moma. Sorry kids. Meanwhile, if I’d had those pics, I probably would have kept them to myself for masturbation purposes. But I like your dirty minds, readers. It gives me hope, and ideas, for 2012.
Happy Dirty New Year!