Marilyn first posed partially nude for Earl Moran, an artist who drew stills from her photographs for cheesecake magazines between the years of and This was before Marilyn became a star. In the photographs were discovered and Hugh Hefner used them for the first edition of Playboy - it completely sold out as men flocked to see the phorographs of Marilyn nude.
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I hope you all have a lovely day with your families. Show your mother, grandmothers, godmothers, etc. And if YOU are a mother, I hope you know how much you mean to your family too!
Marilyn Monroe by Cecil Beaton, 1956.
Posted on October 11, via Lady Be Good with 1, notes. Source: ladybegood. Posted on October 4, via Always Marilyn Monroe with notes. The real Marilyn Monroe was a roiling tragedy and her life was an indictment of our society as a whole. She was orphaned after her mother had a schizophrenic breakdown, bounced around between foster homes where she was sexually abused, and married a year-old at 16 to get out of being sent to an orphanage. Hugh Hefner published nude photos of her without her consent that were taken when she was 23 and desperate. She suffered severe anxiety and depression, which she coped with by drinking and using barbiturates, and was already a full-blown addict when she became famous in the mids. Her career was one of exploitation, condescension and alienation, and she killed herself at
I'm sorry but that does kinda make her a slut because she had no flipping MORALS and its disgusting how girls look up to a woman who was gorgeous but didn't make great life choices. For a start Marilyn did not pose for Playboy - it was actually taken by the photographer Tom Kelley in Playboy acquired and published the pictures without Marilyn getting paid for it or even knowing about it - she had nothing to do with Playboy, so you should really learn your stuff before you send messages like this. I love your blog, it's beautiful. I have a Marilyn blog and was wondering if you could please check mine out? Thank you. Marilyn had no morals you say?