It’s hard to write a story about being cool when you’re not cool.
But I’ll try.
I used to be cool. I think.
Dyed my hair black. Wore green contacts. Tried to make my skin look lighter. Hey, Snow White was cool.
So, what is cool now?
Well, as someone who has been on the receiving end of the rolling-of-the-eye looks from an 11-year-old, I can tell you, I am not.
I can also tell you that eleven is the new 16.
And 16 is the new cool.
Reality TV is about to get its cherry popped by something it has never seen before: a virginity auction.
Australian filmmaker, Justin Sisely, is the brain(less)child behind this adventure, or romp, as it were.
This is not the first virginity auction ever. They happen all over the world. But it is the first ever that could potentially be nominated for an Emmy.
About a year ago, Sisely began a real cherry picking mission – recruiting virgins willing to sell themselves to the highest bidder.
Virgins will get their $15,000, 15-minutes, and at least a solid 15 seconds of something else.
How are you? How are sales going since your Campaign for Real Beauty began? Are more women buying your anti-aging products and your cellulite-reducing complexes?
I understand re-defining beauty is difficult. That is something I have been trying to do with my Bye-Bye Barbie program
. You know, teaching young women that they don’t have to look to a product to find beauty. Unfortunately, I don’t have any creams to sell them.