The Left Gets Naked …. Again

Imagine a leftist meeting. The aggrieved are sitting around in a dirt pit (wherever they sit it’s a dirt pit, no?) trying to come up with a profound idea to get their message noticed.

After an hour or so, Jody finally speaks up (isn’t there always a Jody?)

“I know, let’s get naked!”

The room goes nuts like an Oprah giveaway day.

“How did you ever come up with that, Jody??”

“You’re a genius.”

This time the genius was Spencer Tunick, a guy that’s been making a living by reinventing his remarkable idea of photographing naked people ad nauseam.

HuffPo –

On July 17, 2016, in the midst of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, 100 women joined forces and got naked.

In May, Tunick called out for volunteers to participate in his vision, to interrupt business as usual at the RNC with a flood of nude bodies. The only requirement: be a woman ― whether Democrat, Republican, or any other political platform. Tunick hoped the work would serve as an act of peaceful protest, combatting the hateful rhetoric Donald Trump and his followers have directed at women, through the simple power of collective creation.

The message resonated. Over 1,800 women signed up to participate. Each participant submitted a statement explaining their reason for getting involved. One wanted a way to remember her body during pregnancy…

And this is a protest against Donald Trump, how?

another hoped the experience would help her heal after she was sexually assaulted. Some wanted to accept and celebrate their aging bodies, others to leave a positive impact on their daughters.

This is a stinging rebuke of Donald Trump.

Dienes had never participated in a nude photo shoot before, or anything similar. “There were a few people trying to scare me out of it,” she said. “A lot of people were saying, ‘My mom is going to kill me!’ But it was presented in a classy, peaceful way. Sometimes you just have to stand up for what’s right. I’m proud of what I did.”

What did you do?

I’m trying to imagine Hillary saying something about men that offended me. What if Hillary said that a debate moderator had it in for her because the guy hadn’t gotten laid in awhile and he had blue balls? I’m not sure I could be convinced by a photographer that to protest Hillary I should stand in front of the Democrat convention center swinging my junk.

I’m not seeing the connection.

Back to the vapid women duped by a man into getting naked—

During the shoot, the diverse, undressed subjects each held a large, round mirror above their head. Reflecting the earth and sun and sky, as well as the fleshy forms of the manifold women around them, the mirrors spoke to the communal power of womanhood, a force almost supernatural in its strength.

If you say so.

As Tunick explained in a statement: “The mirrors communicate that we are a reflection of ourselves, each other, and of, the world that surrounds us. The woman becomes the future and the future becomes the woman.”

Deep. Almost as deep as a first year art student.

Ohio resident Deanna Bergdorf published a Facebook note processing the experience. She described her nerves while heading to the conference site, and her anger when addressing what’s at stake in the upcoming election. “I fought to hold in my tears as [Tunick] explained that we were gathered together to make a statement against the rhetoric of hatred that’s being spewed out from the Republican party; against the misogynistic, xenophobic, racist, anti-LGBTQ, ableist platform that has defined hating others as an acceptable American lifestyle.”

Now get naked. Slow. Slower.

Bergdorf’s anxiety diminished as the crowd disrobed, and distinctions between bodies began to seem barely distinguishable and fully insignificant. “I was struck by the sameness of all the different bodies,” she expressed. “All kinds of shapes and sizes were present. We were old and young; we were mahogany and golden, pale and bronze and freckled. Some of us were sleek and lean and ‘unblemished’ by pregnancy and childbirth and years of breastfeeding. Others held decades’ worth of stories in their wrinkles and creases and folds.

The “sameness” of the “different” bodies. They were the same, except different.

“It was crazy. There were all kinds of shapes and sizes, pale, bronze, freckled, smokin’ hot, disgustingly flabby and wrinkled… but they were the same…

There was even some woman named Caitlyn with a wang.”

Please stop voting.

In a statement, Tunick dubbed women’s bodies one of the most controversial subjects in the upcoming presidential race.

Ehhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh no.

Wanna see some real dummies? 

ht/ Annie


27 Comments on The Left Gets Naked …. Again

  1. So THAT’S what it was all about.
    Vapid, vacuous.
    I hope they got thorns, rocks, bruises, and cuts on their feet. And sunburn where “the sun don’t shine”.

    And once again, “PUT IT ON! FOR THE LOVE OF HUMANITY, PUT IT ON!!”

  2. Would it have been worth it to witness the predominantly grotesque scags to perchance witness a naked beauty?

    Or should I just go down the street and pay the $5 cover charge?

  3. Gotta hand it to the guy. He got a bunch of women to get naked for him and he took pictures. He’ll be profiting from the pix for years to come (no pun intended)…and they didn’t even get paid.
    Meanwhile Trump will still be nominated and the republicans will finish up and leave town and the pix will live on the internet forever.

  4. Liberals seem to have a fascination with getting naked and defiling themselves to protest. As if their gripes have more validity if they scribble crazy slogans on their faces and get naked. The less clothed they are the more powerful their argument in their demented reality. Trump should have passed out ‘Make America Great Again’ razors.

  5. @Reina. Ah the 19th Amendment. Another of many progressive amendments gifted to America by Woodrow Wilson. Like 17th (direct election of senators), 18th. (Prohibition). And the good old 19th, introducing emotion and hormones into the electorate. Without the 19th we would never have had presidents Kennedy, Carter, Clinton or Obama. No offense to the rock solid conservative women out there. But you’re outnumbered by the shallow, moonstruck and Oprah informed.

  6. Misogynistic ‘Artists’ have been conning women, since time began. This guy sure has duped a bunch of dips, and will get paid on their naked backs. This is considered a step up for women? Suckers.

  7. If she’s out to embarrass me, she did a good job of it. Those arm pits of hers I would expect out of the Mooch. Thankfully the Mooch didn’t get naked cuz that would cause a citywide run for the emergency room. Why didn’t those women get arrested for indecent exposure? Giver the ones with hairy arm pits double fines.

  8. @unruly refugee

    Actually, dropping of a couple busloads of muslim refugees during the shoot would have been entertaining. It might have changed a few minds about Trump. Just a few.

  9. Women get naked to protest Trump. These same women however, would never get naked to protest Hillary at the DNC convention because a known serial rapist would be on the loose and ready to strike. At that description is not limited to one B.J. Clinton.

  10. I wish I knew this was going on a few days ago. I would have set up a “Steam Your Vagina Here” stand. Would have smelled like a clam bake. But think of the money.

  11. Even sadder are the comments over at HuffPo. “Powerful” “Brave” blech. We don’t need to disenfranchise women, we need to disenfranchise liberals.

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