February 9, 2016

CONTROVERSY

That brings to possibly one of the most controversial moments in the 21st century: Caitlyn Jenner for Vanity Fair.


I love controversy, and I realized that while I sat in my drama class. My teacher has a prompt written on his board daily so that we can just walk in and immediately work - today's was what we thought about religion. I had opinions, I definitely did - I wasn't called on to say anything and I didn't want to raise my hand because you know, I wanted to save myself from embarrassment. However, on the inside I was really hoping to get called on because I am an extremely opinionated person.

Earlier, before my drama class, I was in a similar situation. My teacher wouldn't stop speaking about her religious views and the true is, we were all so over it. We (my class) didn't want to hear it because the truth is we didn't care. I was waiting for her to say something about me just to argue to her about the fact that it is a public school and the truth is we were all done with her.

Rewind to my first paragraph - as I sat there I realized that there is something that really attracts me getting people angry. I've always done it: with my friends, family, a stranger and personally, I enjoy. I don't think that it is good thing to do because it can get you into serious problems with people. I don't always do it, it just something that I reserve if I am bored out of my mind.

That brings to possibly one of the most controversial moments in the 21st century: Caitlyn Jenner for Vanity Fair. Everyone was talking about it. And not just for the day that the photographs we released, it was spoken about for a few weeks. When I saw the cover being posted by the Jenner-Kardashian family one early morning I was sort of confused as to why they were posting a cover story about Cindy Crawford - yes, I seriously thought that it was Cindy Crawford. Caitlyn was gorgeous in the photos.

Photos // Annie Leibovitz via Vanity Fair
Styling // Jessica Diehl

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