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Saturday, April 30, 2016

"Can't Say That!" - Postcard

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According to one of Glamour Magazine’s 2015 Women Of The Year Award winners, Bruce Jenner, "The hardest part about being a woman is figuring out what to wear."

Because Bruce Jenner continues to make a mockery of women, transgenders, and homosexuals, while he fattens his wallet with the profits from his soap opera reality show (which I don't watch), I have started making spoof episodes of his show.

In Season 2, Episode 8 of Bruce Jenner's show, viewers got to see two transgenders kiss (him and Candy Cane). Is that Transgender Awareness or Softcore Porn?

Here in the United States, we have the First Amendment, and one is allowed to have an opinion, as long as it agrees with the collective. There are many things one is no longer allowed to say, hence my "Can't Say That!" piece.


The scene: Bruce Jenner's house

Bruce (Comes into view, dancing to the "I Dream of Jeannie" theme song, which transitions into the tune of MC Hammer's U Can't Touch This, which Bruce starts singing and dancing to.):
Can't say that! (oh-oh oh oh oh-oh-oh)
Can't say that! (oh-oh oh oh oh-oh-oh)
Can't say that! (oh-oh oh-oh-oh)
Yeah you can't say that!
I told you: you can't say that! (oh-oh oh-oh-oh)
Too hype can't say that!
Get me outta here you can't say that!


My piece is a "cartoon" in the same vein as Charlie Hebdo cartoons.

I started with a white washed background similar to the one that I used in my Woman Of The Year piece. Then I added the foreground images and text.

I created this using GIMP 2.8.16.

The vintage images are from an Internet search. (See the side of my blog for links.)

1 comment:

Ozstuff said...

Call me a cynic but from day one of Mr/Ms Jenner's revelation I couldn't help but think it's all about having one's own reality show (and lucrative income) and maybe not so much about the real problems of a trans-gender person. So-called reality TV is anything but real. It's a pox on our society. Like you, I don't watch it but I fear for the young people growing up in a world that is so UNREAL.
I enjoyed reading your witty words, Anne.