The Blondetourage Was Major

Absolutely loved early 2000’s VH1 reality television. Those were the days. I always have and always will favor the hot bitches. Ashley and Farrah made that show. Also I will be purchasing stripper shoes, I want ones that light up like in P-Valley. Those were legit lit. A Goddess in the streets, a Goddess in the sheets.

Showgirls came out when I was six. At her twin brothers house my mom asked me what I wanted to be, “A stripper, because they get to dance and be naked,” I replied.
Gone were the days of Plucky Duck.
My mother was pissed, “Don’t ever say that again,” she scolded me. I changed my answer to police officer. Reflecting on it now my choice definitely stemmed from my past life as a dancer in the 1920’s, the one where I was famous and died in a red dress on my birthday. Where else would I have gotten the audacity at that age for such an answer. Past lives alway find a connection in the present. Same soul different body. Via: Y2K Playmate & Pink Couture Glam

P-Valley Season Two Is Lit

This season is soooooooooo fucking good, I can’t even process. At the same time it’s giving me heart palpitation vibes, there’s so much that can go wrong. If you haven’t watched you need to get with it. Honestly, those pole dancers are artists, my anxiety’s as high as their stripper heels.
A synopsis for those living under a lame rock, P-Valley is about a strip club called the Pynk, which is close to being closed until it’s saved by a mysterious, shady, dancer. This season deals with the pandemic, which left them in dire straits again. I don’t want to give a lot away, but the music is major, the cast is gorg, plot twists abound, it’s well written and just a must see. There is nudity and sexual content so kids can’t watch. It’s also funny af. It increased Starz viewership by 1000%, not surprising, it’s quality art. Are you watching? If not you’re welcome. Via: VintageCouture_