Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Tempest in a Barnes and Noble teapot

According to Jezebel, Barnes and Noble has decided to censor the latest issue of Dossier magazine, lest readers mistake the cover image—featuring the nude torso of androgynous male model Andrej Pejic—for that of a half-naked woman. Behold:


Well, he's not my type, but I remain un-shocked.

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Blogger Marie said...

i'm not sure how anyone could mistake him for a woman. delicate features on the face, yes, but pretty clearly a male torso... oh well. Barnes & Noble fail.

4:11 AM

 
Blogger Yulianka said...

I know! And despite the delicacy of his features, he still looks like a guy to me. Just a guy with girly hair and make-up...

10:50 AM

 

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