i-agree-with-kylie

anonymous asked:

I don't agree with Kylie Jenner trying to trademark her name, but I also don't think Kylie Minogue can really call her irrelevant... Like it or not, the Jenner girls have had a massive amount of cultural influence. Whereas Kylie M is a singer whose last U.S. hit was 12 years ago and barely scraped in the top 100. Most Americans barely know anything about her. Going by instagram alone, Kylie J has 53 million followers and Kylie M has 1 million. It's looking like Minogue is the irrelevant one...

kylie minogue: a wildly successful international recording artist, performer, activist, etc.

kylie jenner: kinda pretty, born into fame, just starting to realize things and stuff. just realizing things. 2016. looking good.

anonymous asked:

There are literally hundreds of magazine covers with physically disabled people featuring on the cover. I agree that Kylie's cover shoot is distasteful but the physically disabled are far from invisible in printed media.

Originally posted by somebeatlemaniacnamednatalie

(On the off chance, you’re being serious: Having a few disabled people on magazines specifically targetting disabled audiences or sports audiences is not the same thing as the standard thin, light skinned, able bodied cover girls that are on millions of magazine covers. And let’s be real, we’re talking about way more than “magazine covers”.

“Far from invisible”? How much worse could we do? Would we need LITERALLY ZERO representations of disabled people in order for there to be a problem with media diversity?? 

THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH MEDIA DIVERSITY AND THE UNDER AND MISREPRESENTATION OF THE DISABLED COMMUNITY IS PART OF THAT.)