• Thu, Mar 8 2012

Andrej Pejic Wears A “Cunt” Hat And A Bikini In Fetish-y New Campaign

Accessories brand ADEEN has wisely tapped everyone’s favorite androgynous male model Andrej Pejic for its newest campaign. In it, he wears a strappy bikini and a hat that says “CUNT” on it, but not for the reason you think. There’s also a sexy video!

The queer-focused brand produces, among other things, accessories shaped like cute little butts, so what better to put their goods on than the cutest, littlest, butt of them all, that of Andrej Pejic? And according to ADEEN’s website, the hat says “CUNT” in an homage to Rupaul, who holds that in order to succeed on his show Drag Race, “one must always have Charisma, Uniqueness Nerve and Talent!” That is so true.

I’m not quite sure what’s going on in these photos, but I like it. Masks, straps, a hat that says “CUNT”…they’ve got all the ingredients for a good time.

And here’s the video:

CUNT: A Black and White Series by ADEEN from Nunnies World on Vimeo.

So very pretty.

(Via Fashionista)

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  • Ash

    oh joy, Black people being used as stereotypical props! Good to know that nothing has changed in 2012.

  • What!!!!

    there’s an albino guy in there too …. what are you taking about? Instead … what a drag PC assholes are in 2012 !!!!….. haven’t you wads gotten over your anal-retentive PCness yet, ,, youve had since the 60′s to get over it ….

  • Miss C

    Here’s the thing: a massive cock slipped down your throat, when your mouth’s open asking, and you have your tongue all flat – nice, in the right circs, tasty even… think about it lots, it’s great!

    Travelling on a bus/subway/limo, and suddenly a massive cock of unknown origin is deminding its right to deliver on your palate?

    Is that nice?

    I think NOT.

    My point being, all this high-end sexy/fetish, is great – but do we want to think people might have to wear “Cunt” hats, or any other trappings, with NO personal element?

    Surely what makes “fetish”/BDSM acts so desirable is the intimacy, tha trust/power/love interchange and lifestyle it exists within, however it is bargained – throwing this out on the market like battery-chicken eggs is … well, not my cup of tea!

    Informed rebuttals of my point positively welcomed, PLEASE, so I can feel better about this kind of thing…