Gabrielle Caunesil is a 24-year-old French model from Paris. We like her already. While she only has about 100,000 followers on Instagram, she is popular, and was, like every other model seeking attention and free publicity, at Coachella walking around in lingerie and knee high boots. We love her even more. She recently came to our attention not for her Coachella antics, but because she posed for Bamba Swimswear, and was gracious enough to take off her top for the swim line, making for some exceptional pictures that helped boost Gabrielle’s profile. She’s definitely on our radar now.
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Swedish blonde angel Elsa Hosk, 28, has been on runways to beaches and back to runways, now in Paris, for the Balmain Fashion Show, all the while making her nipples a part of every appearance. It has become an almost inseparable par of her look. Perhaps because she wears the look so well.
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French beauty queen Iris Mittenaere, 24, is now the world standard of beauty, winning the Miss Universe contest over the weekend. And before you start to say the ideal of beauty has always been euro-centric, no European country has won the pageant since Amparo Muñoz of Spain was crowned in 1974. France hasn’t won since 1953. “I think France and Europe really need a Miss Universe,” Iris was quoted as saying, and adding after the show, “We need good news in France, and I think this is very good news,” predicting her victory would get more Frenchman to watch. Raquel Pelissier, Miss Haiti, was first runner-up, and Andrea Tovar, Miss Colombia, was second runner-up. Mary Were, Maxine Medina and Chalita Suansane, of Kenya, the Philippines and Thailand, respectively, finished the top six. Steve Harvey got it right this time, with a little help. Right before he announced the winner, Miss Philippines Pia Wurtzbach (the winner last year, who Steve mistakenly said was the runner up), tapped him on the shoulder and handed him reading glasses. “Thank you. Thank you so much, Pia,” Steve said. “A year late, but thank you. Thank you, God.”
Iris didn’t fuck up her final question. She was asked whether countries have an obligation to accept refugees, an obvious reference to United States President Donald Trump’s controversial executive order. But Iris sailed by the issue, saying, “Countries should have the right to open or close their borders … In Europe we have open borders. In France we want to have the most globalization that we can. We want to have the biggest exchange of people that we can. Maybe someday that will change in the future, but now we have open borders. So having open borders allows us to travel more through the world and find out more of what’s out there in the world.” We would definitely welcome French refugees like Iris.
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Paris Jackson, 18, is the late great Michael Jackson’s daughter, and now that she’s 18, she’s doing her thing, which for any young socialite like Paris (similar to another Paris, Hilton), is flashing her tits to the world. As most women will say after shooting naked, it is “empowering.” Paris was “empowered” for her first modeling shoot with Chanel, in a World War II theme, was set at the Esplanade du Trocadero. Paris posed with several male models dressed in military uniforms, while she wore an all-white sheer ensemble with platinum blonde hair and red lips. For full effect, she also went braless and underneath her sheer white top, you could see her nipple piercings poking through the top. Some would say it was Madonna-inspired, other’s Marilyn Monroe. We just noticed the nipples.
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Cable provider Canal+ claims to have the best porn in France. “All for the sake of our pleasure, CANAL+ has gathered the best of porn, including Dorcel TV, XXL, Penthouse on its X platform which is loaded with quality productions and a large selection of premium content. In other words, for the French audience, the best of X has gone to CANAL+ leaving the rest a bit.. empty handed..” To showcase its porn credentials over that of rival networks, Canal+ has launched a NSFW advertising campaign, with the theme, “Sorry, the best of porn has gone to Canal.” It features porn scenes, with real porn stars but with one porn star missing, to demonstrate the quality of the other networks. It’s actually kind of funny to watch. Canal+ said, “Playing with the caricatures of porn, in terms of music, decor and style, the films star real porn actors. Even though they seem to be enjoying the sultry scenes, it’s hardly A-list stuff – but hey, how could it be when the premium porn has gone to CANAL+?” Here are a few videos of the commercials. We can’t exactly endorse their porn catalog, and since its in France few of you are likely to be able to watch it anyway, but the commercials were good.
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Heidi Klum, even at 42, is still the woman that everyone wants to see naked. She landed in Nice, France, for the Cannes Film Festival, with a host of other celebrities, but stood out from the pack, going braless and wearing a see through top. She stopped to sign autographs, pose quickly for selfies, and look absolutely fucking stunning for the flashing paparazzi, all with tits out.
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Prostitution is the world’s oldest profession. And women across a range of political spectrums have vastly different views about its effect on women. But France, which historically has taken a rather laissez-faire attitude toward prostitution, has in recent years taken a harsher stance, most recently putting Johns in the spotlight and leaving some confused. The French National Assembly recently banned paying for prostitutes while at the same time decriminalizing prostitution offenses for sex workers. So prostitution is technically legal, but illegal for Johns to pay for it. As one Frenchman said, “This anti-prostitution law is as if we allowed bakers to display their cakes but didn’t allow people to buy them.” That’s about right. Paying for sex now carries a fine of 1,500 euros ($1,700). Repeat offenders could face up to 3,750 euros ($4,260) in fines. It’s all part of a movement to help sex workers but still making prostitution illegal, by penalizing the demand-side, not the supply-side. Cause what’s the point of going into business if you don’t have any customers. In a way, not much has changed, cause the customers are still getting fucked.
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If your job is responding to consumer complaints for an airline, you are busy and your job sucks. So when you get that rare opportunity to Tweet back a complaining porn star, you best take advantage, as one employee clearly did recently when French porn star Nikita Bellucci tweeted Transavia France for details about her delayed flight to Budapest, noting the departure had changed four times. They responded. “Flight is scheduled for 14.30. It’s just that with you, we prefer when it lasts longer. Have a good day. I remain available,” the roughly translated tweet read, including a winking face. That didn’t last long. “Bunch of bastards,” Nikita replied, “I will never fly with your rubbish company again.” After that, the airline, an Air France subsidiary, sent her an apology and assured Nikita the flight would soon be on its way soon. But that wasn’t enough for Nikita. “In France, unfortunately I have noticed that if you are a porn star, you don’t have the right to want to cultivate your mind and you must not share your opinions on the news,” she wrote. “Open your thighs, look beautiful and shut up… is all that’s allowed.”
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We have been supporters of Femen, mostly because we find their topless antics entertaining. We have heard the message before, the aggressive feminist rhetoric, but seeing it written across women’s breasts, well, that’s classic. But we can’t necessarily agree. The message of “the freedom to believe what I believe, because your beliefs are wrong,” is a little well, the same sort of enslavement that Femen rages against. We don’t get it. But we do get tits. That message penetrates. And it recently penetrated a Muslim conference. Femen describes it this way “Two FEMEN activists came today to crash the big slavery fair party and to denounce this womanophobia – with no amalgam. Our topless djihadists appeared on stage in front of Nader Abou Anas and Mehdi Kebir, misogynists disciples of Allah, to scream loud and clear : “No one can enslave me, no one can possess me, I am my own prophet!”. The two activists (both coming from muslim families) rised their voices of hundreds of women, feminists, and associations, all disgusted by this public hate speeches. It was our duty to interrupt this enslavement event, and to let a scream of freedom be heard in the middle of their submission lessons. FEMEN is calling to a mass opposition against the uprising of those womanophobe integrisms and to a strong answer from our institutions.” According to the Telegraph, a spokeswoman for FEMEN said the two fundamentalist preachers were discussing whether ” wives should be beaten or not” at the salon in Pontoise, France when the women dropped their tops and ran on to the stage.
It was all captured on video and posted to YouTube. As you can imagine, security and conference organizers didn’t take too kindly to the breast assault. One protestor was thrown to the ground and kicked, like literally beating a woman while she’s down. Though, it was a good way for the women of Femen to make their point. The reaction was a little…..extremist. The event organizers have also promised to seek criminal charges and pursue a civil lawsuit.
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We love the women over at FEMEN. They make us think and they show us their tits. While most feminists do not agree with this tactic, what they don’t realize is, it works. In FEMEN’s most recent protest in France, as that country reconsiders laws on prostitution, the FEMEN women took it to the red light district. Their message: “French celebrities are planting the romantic opinion on women’s slavery calling it ‘choice,’ ‘personal wish,’ ‘freedom.’ FEMEN is answering back with one simple question asked directly from the red light district: ‘Just look! See? Does it look like freedom?’ Women are in glass boxes as products in supermarkets, pimps that are watching their slaves from windows above, clients that are walking like in the zoo, trying to find the most beautiful and cheapest woman to use. And all that is in confitions of legalized prostitution. Does it look like freedom, we ask you again?”
While we can’t exactly agree with FEMEN, many escorts are independent and are able to use prostitution as a means to transition out of economic depression and poverty to different lives, we also can’t exactly disagree with FEMEN either. That all said, we’re mainly here for the tit show. Let the politicians sort it out.
Femen has launched an international campaign, “You don’t buy, I don’t sell” in support of laws criminalizing the Johns instead of the prostitutes, under the theory that if there is no demand, there will be no supply. Femen says “This type of law criminalizes the buyer, and anyone else than the sex worker in question making money off prostitution — while protecting the sex worker by making it legal to sell sexual services.” Were not exactly sure of this theory, but Femen supports it, with their tradition weapons, public display of their tits (with a message, of course). A similar measure was considered but rejected in 2008 in the Ukraine, and Femen is supporting a measure in France. According to their website, “FEMEN expresses its position through photo-campaign ‘You don’t buy, I don’t sell’ that was realized by FEMEN activists and photographer Dmitry Kostuykov in Parisian neighborhoods of sex-selling.”Femen, France, Paris, Postitution, Protests