Danish fishing magazine Fisk & Fri has come under fire for publishing a series of bizarre pin-ups called “Fish Girls,” most of which show attractive naked ladies cavorting with the fresh cadavers of fish recently murdered for sport. Is this what Carol J. Adams was talking about in The Sexual Politics Of Meat? More
The July issue of Inked Magazine features a long and probing cover story on Jenni “JWoww” Farley that asks all of the difficult questions no one’s dared to ask her before, like “how do you sleep at night knowing that your fortune comes primarily from perpetuating negative stereotypes of Italian Americans?” Just kidding, it’s a puff piece written by someone who seems intent on making it clear that he’s buddies with his subject. There is, however, a delightfully trashy photo spread in which JWoww wears glittery lingerie and does pin-up poses while pretending to wash a car. Which is almost just as good! More
Gil Elvgren was considered the master of the pin-up….
Obviously, one of them is Betty White. In honor of her super-sexy earmuffs, here are some of our other favorite pin-up girls from days gone by.
We all want to look like Robert Downey Junior. So we visited The Pin-Up Finishing School, where we got tips on perfecting 50′s make-up and hair tricks, and learnt how to not look all frowny everytime we’re photographed. Here’s how … More
Betty Grable, WWII’s #1 Pin-up girl, 1941.