Beautiful white people are no longer considered beautiful by definition. No white person can now be beautiful because they are not members of various victim classes who have been under-represented in the standards of beauty circus. Vanity Fair has recently made a statement by rejecting “elite” Hollywood, represented by people like Anne Hathaway and Natalie Portman or even older stars like Annette Bening and Nicole Kidman in favor of people like this… person.
Lena Waithe — an up-and-coming actress and writer best known for her role as Denise in Aziz Ansari’s Netflix series “Master Of None” — is the glossy’s April cover star, The Post has learned.
Annie Leibovitz is said to have photographed Waithe, who is African American and openly gay, at her home in Los Angeles with her girlfriend Alana Mayo.
“We don’t comment on future covers,” a Vanity Fair spokeswoman said.
She’s also fugly as a mudfence and bears a striking resemblance to Zippy the Pinhead, but cultural sensitivity and the elevation of gay to a sacred secular sainthood requires we pretend xe is beautiful. Whoopie Goldberg is not beautiful. Joy Behar is not beautiful. Michelle Obama is what, in former, unenlightened times, is what you would call homely, not really distinctive enough to cross over to ugly, but we must pretent she is beautiful because multi-culti.
What is hilarious is uncomfortable facts like the little girl who was supposedly entranced by the Michelle Obama painting actually wants to be Taylor Swift. The cognitive dissidence hurts SJW’s feelings, as most of reality does.
Note: this girl is beautiful. The above freakishly swollen heads are not. Interesting maybe, but not beautiful or even attractive, other than to freak fetishists.