Such recurrences have become common over the past several years. To rein in further racial injustice between #MeToo, people have started re-examining art, music, Monuments And The character On which cultural importance is placed.
But this current wave does not revolve around individuals, because the machine has produced them: journalists, photographers and fans – who were reading, watching, buying.
“To me, the question is what do we do when an entire culture inevitably becomes subdued?” Monika Lewinsky Said in a recent interview. “How do we unpack, how do we move forward?”
‘It was a different time’
In his book, “Naughty nineties, “David Friend, an editor at Vanity Fair, described how the market for humiliation flourished in the early 90s, a trend that can be traced, in part, to taloid talk shows such as the” Jerry Spring Show. “
Gossip magazines ruled during this time, which meant that Paparazzi did as well. They were photographed under skirts, chasing cars on winding roads, competing, for images bringing dozens, millions, at a time.
But the race for the most salty shot was never an equal opportunity game. It was not young men who appeared in the photo with their bra straps and their makeup smeared, or Their breasts were enlarged In postproduction without her knowledge, as for Ms. Spears on the 2000 cover of British GQ, According to the photographer, Who recently posted about it on Instagram. While white women were screened on the cover of magazines, black artists were told, as was Beyoncé They will never get cover – “Because black people didn’t sell.”