As I understand the term, Weimerica describes the USA in its current sexual degeneracy mode. You know, males kissing on soap operas, naked gay pride parades with simulated anal intercourse, and chicks with d*cks in the girls locker rooms. The word combines the German Weimar Republic, known for its corrupt, unnatural sexuality, with the word America–Wei and merica.
In the overall context of American culture, queer James Charles becoming the new face of Covergirl brand makeup is only a minor milestone in the nation’s plunge into the gutter.
If you can’t tell, the boy with two first names (real or his celebrity name?) is very effeminate. I suppose that due to genetics or hormones that some men are naturally effeminate while some women are naturally masculine.
A society which celebrates the oddity and tries to present it as normal is the problem here.
My position on queers is still evolving, but at this point in the game, I believe it would be best for society to put them into work camps and let them enjoy hard work, fresh air, and sunshine. Others might argue that they should be confined to reservations. Still others might say “Gas the queers.”
It certainly wouldn’t be asking too much of large corporations to stop glamorizing the queer and his lifestyle, which often involves anal reconstruction, disease, suicide, and an early grave.
James Charles is poppin’.
We know it, his 441,000 Instagram followers know it and now, CoverGirl is making sure everyone else knows it.
On Tuesday, CoverGirl ambassador Katy Perry took to Instagram to break the news that the beauty behemoth had signed the 17-year-old New York-based makeup artist. “Just wrapped another great CoverGirl shoot. Honored to have the pleasure to announce the very first CoverBoy, James Charles!” the pop artist captioned a photo of herself posing alongside Charles in all his contoured glory.
Charles — who first began documenting his work on Instagram a year ago and went viral last month following his fierce yearbook shoot — will continue the partnership through the year and star in CoverGirl’s new mascara campaign, “So Lashy,” which goes live later this month.
“I am so honored and excited to be working with such an iconic brand,” he wrote on his personal Instagram. “I started my Instagram one year ago to inspire others and as an artistic outlet to challenge myself creatively. I truly hope that this shows that anyone and everyone can wear makeup and can do anything if you work hard.”
Because, as any MUA will tell you, perfecting that highlight isn’t easy.
This sort of puff piece is obviously intended to keep the brain dead American woman in her current brain dead state. Are those heavy eyebrows really going to sell her makeup? Do American women want to look like an overly made up faggot?