Lady Gaga is a great big freak

November 24, 2009 at 12:37 pm 2 comments

Fetish wear, power play, lesbo-eroticism, slave auctions, and twisted relationship dynamics. What’s not to love.

Axe, you’ll love the long legs too.

Is it just me, or is high fashion totally fascinated with femdom? I suppose it’s not that surprising, since both milieus share a simultaneous misogyny and worship of the “ideal” female form.

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More hot three-way sex Found femdom: Avril Lavigne’s video “Hot”

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  • 1. V  |  November 24, 2009 at 7:48 pm

    Totally unrelated but “gaga” was the word my parents used for “penis” when I was growing up. When I learned the word penis I remember having a “yes it is!” “No it isn’t!” style argument with my brother:

    Me: Peeeeeeenissss
    He: Gaaaaaaaaaaaguuuh

    And so on. I think our parents tried to interject but we were having none of it..

  • 2. omnivoresdilemma  |  November 24, 2009 at 8:04 pm

    Hmmm… perhaps Lady Gaga had a similar experience growing up. She could have been born with a gaga. These days, who’s to know?

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