Whenever it hits the press that a well-known, rich celebrity is a bigot, I’m immediately suspicious of every single person that has ever worked with the bigot. John Galliano, the chief designer for Christian Dior, was recently caught on tape spewing an anti-semitic rant, and it’s safe to say his career is now over. But what about the career of everyone at Christian Dior who continued to employ Galliano for years? Should they be held accountable? Did they know about this? I’m have no idea if they knew, but how could they not? Bigots are not very good at hiding their hatred, so it shouldn’t take long to figure it out. Dior suspended Galliano, but it’s convenient timing. Once the public got wind of the story, there was no other choice.
Kendall Jenner, one of the many Kardashian sisters in the entertainment industry, models clothing, and she’s only fourteen years old. Kris Jenner seems to think it’s fine, probably because she’s a “momager” that pockets ten percent of the proceeds. But should prepubescent girls be modeling clothing? It’s certainly an alternative to having anorexic adults do it. And since the fashion industry is getting pressured to employ bigger models, they decided to employ toddlers instead. Maybe I missed the opportunity to be on the cover of a magazine at the tender age of ten. After all, my legs were pretty thin then. Poor Kendall — it’s all downhill from here.