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Michigan Mother Is Very Concerned About Anne Frank’s Clitoris

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Meet Gail Horalek, the busybody parent to top all busybody parents. She is very concerned that her daughter’s copy of The Diary Of A Young Girl is pornographic. It would seem that it’s not offensive enough that a vibrant young woman was a victim of the Holocaust. It’s also very offensive that Anne Frank played with her clitoris.

Horalek’s 7th grade daughter chose to read the newer, unedited “definitive edition” of Diary Of A Young Girl for a class project.¬†This version was long blocked by Anne’s father (the only surviving member of the Frank family) because it contained more sexual themes; however, schools have been reading it for over a decade now. But Gail Horalek will not abide this smut! Keep reading »

Justin Bieber On Anne Frank: “Hopefully She Would Have Been A Belieber”

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  • Justin Bieber at The Anne Frank House: what could possibly go wrong? Oh, just you wait: the losing-his-marbles pop star visited the Amsterdam museum last week and wrote a message in the museum’s log book that confirms Bieber is a moron. “Truly inspiring to be able to come here,” Biebs wrote. “Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a belieber.” Hopefully she would have been a belieber?!¬†The job of Justin Bieber’s publicist is officially open. Or should be. [Huffington Post]
  • Victoria Justice’s phone got hacked and some Z-list gossip blog posted a “sexy” picture of the Nickelodeon star in a bathing suit. Lamest. Scandal. Ever. [ONTD]
  • Rapper Tyga performed at Harvard’s Yardfest concert on Saturday, despite protests from students over his lyrics that are disrespectful to women. [XXL] Keep reading »

Fashion Ilustrator aleXsandro Palombo Goes Too Far With Anne Frank And Hitler Art

I’ll admit to enjoying fashion illustrator aleXsandro Palombo’s cheeky commentary on fashion designers, icons, and the industry, in general, on his blog Humor Chic … at first. And I might even wear one of his “I Love Anorexia” T-shirts if it wouldn’t elicit a lecture from Jessica, but lately Palombo’s “art” has become so vulgar and controversial just for the sake of controversy. I, like Jessica, don’t see the meaning or point behind a drawing of a skeletal Rachel Zoe sitting on a toilet. It’s just crass. And I sure as hell don’t think a sexed-up Anne Frank with her 14-year-old head pointing a machine gun at Adolf Hitler’s head says anything of worth either.

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“Annexed,” A Tale Of Anne Frank’s Hot — And Fictional — Sex Life

Anne Frank‘s hormones are not the first thing that comes to mind when one remembers the world’s most famous teenage girl. But Sharon Dogar, a young adult author, has made it so in a fictionalized version of Frank’s Diary of a Young Girl. Annexed is an allegedly a “racy diary” about Anne’s relationship with Peter Van Pels, who hid from the Nazis alongside the Frank family in an Amsterdam office building — including a story about the youngsters having sex. Keep reading »

Anne Frank’s Diary Pulled Off School Shelves Over A Vagina

There’s only so much stupid that a girl can handle and I shot way over my monthly allotment reading this one news story: The Diary of a Young Girl: The Definitive Edition, by Anne Frank, was pulled off the shelves in Culpepper County Public Schools in Virginia after a parent complained about “the sexual nature of the vagina passage,” according to the Culpepper Star-Exponent. Since 1995, the Anne Frank Foundation has printed an unedited, definitive version of Anne’s diary, in which she apparently wrote some sexually suggestive references, including one about her sinful lady flower.

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Today’s Lady News: Anne Frank’s Protector, Miep Gies, Dead At 100

  • Miep Gies, who helped shelter Anne Frank‘s family, died yesterday at 100. After their Amsterdam hiding spot was busted by police, Gies, a secretary in the office where Frank’s family hid, rounded up Anne’s papers and locked them in a drawer. She claimed she never read Anne’s diary both because she did not want to abuse the teenager’s privacy, but also because she would have been tempted to burn any evidence about who hid the Jewish family from the Nazis. The Diary of a Young Girl was published in 1947 by Otto Frank, Anne’s father, the only family member to survive the concentration camps. [NPR]

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