Rosee Divine is a retired French (what British media are calling) porn star, though we’ve only seen her nude model. On her Twitter page, however, she calls herself a “[f]ine artist and licensed aromatherapist”. Her porn days, we take it, are completely over. And it seems she’s stepping up in the world too. She was spotted at a Japanese restaurant in Amsterdam with singer Drake, 30, whose full name is Aubrey Drake Graham, just after letting the world know he was dipping his wick in Jennifer Lopez. Who knows what that all means, but you can quickly see why Drake might be interested in Rosie, as a friend…
Amsterdam, Drake, Porn, Porn Star, Rosee Divine
From Düsseldorf to London to Amsterdam, performance artist Milo Moire has taken her “Mirror Box” on the road, allowing strangers to grope her bare tits and pussy for art. Milo explained the philosophy behind or ar, writing “‘Mirror Box’ is a societal reflection of human sexuality. It’s a expanded reenactment of the ‘Tap and Touch Cinema’ (1968) and a homage to the Austrian artist VALIE EXPORT, who was already fighting for women’s rights in the 1960s through artistic actions. Artist Milo Moiré utilises her body as an instrument, even as a weapon, in order to depict and disrupt power structures. She aggressively seeks the feminine expression of sexual self-determination and explores the boundaries of art and bourgeois morality.” In more pedestrian terms, “Performance artist Milo Moiré wears a trapezoidal skirt made up of mirrored surfaces; a rectangular opening at the front is closed off by a red curtain. With a megaphone she invites passers-by to reach into the opening for 30 seconds, in order to touch her vagina. ‘I am standing here today for women’s rights and sexual self-determination. Women have a sexuality, just like men have one. However, women decide for themselves when and how they want to be touched and when they don’t.'” The end result? Milo says, “What happens when a woman puts her sexuality on public display, assertively takes the initiative and lays out clear rules for the intimate interaction? The consensual nature of sexual acts becomes a symbol here. Moiré has additionally taken the liberty of showing female desire, thus giving women a sexual voice.” The video is censored on YouTube, of course, but we added an uncensored picture.
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FLOYD MAYWEATHER SPENT VALENTINE’S DAY IN AMSTERDAM’S RED LIGHT DISTRICT, CAUSE HE’S KEEPIN’ IT REAL WITH HOOKERS
Floyd Mayweather banked $300 million last year from his fight with Manny Pacquiao. Coming into the fight, he had already banked $420 million from his paydays. So what does one do with all that money? Let’s be honest, Floyd Mayweather buys hookers. For Valentine’s Day this year, he was in Amsterdam. Clearly, weed was smoked. But in addition, on Instagram, Floyd posted a picture of some of his other activities, visiting brothels in the Red Light District. And let’s be honest, if you don’t have a wife or girlfriend on Valentine’s Day, what’s a guy to do? Masturbate? Well, Floyd didn’t. He decided to partake in the flesh trade. He said, “If you pay, you can slay. Happy Valentines Day LOL #Amsterdam #RedLightDistrict #TurnAround #BendOver #SpreadItOpen #Squat #HowMuch #TakeItOff #KeepYourHeelsOn www.themoneyteam.com”. Classy.
Amsterdam, Floyd Mayweather, Hookers, Manny Pacquiao, Prostitutes, Red Light District
French photographer Sophie Ebrard, according to the Huffington Post, became “enthralled by the wildly popular and profitable market of pornography, [and] resolved to dig a little deeper into its underbelly in order to reveal the business in a provocative new light.” She followed porn director Gazzman “to various set locations around the world” for four years, and has created a collection, called “It’s Just Love,” which will be displayed at Amsterdam’s Unseen Photo Fair. “Somewhat strangely, porn is ahead of the moral standoff: it’s completely open about what it does and, whether you agree with it or not, it’s actually creating something,” Sophie said “Any glimpses of nudity humanize, rather than objectify, the subjects.” (Subtle chant in the background: Porn is good. Porn is good. Porn is good.) “Over the past decade and a half in particular, we’ve become increasingly desensitized, even numbed, by sex in imagery, because it has become increasingly explicit and present,” explained Roderick van der Lee, who curated Sophie’s exhibition. “‘It’s Just Love’ incurs much stronger emotions, such as tenderness, humanity and a sense of fun by going in the other direction, by not being explicit, and by not falling into the traps of the many cliches of portraying the industry.” Here is a brief view of Sophie’s behind the scenes porn adventure (we mean, art exhibitions). You can see more here.
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