Reblogged from jomc
When Madonna’s “Sex” was released, actor Udo Kier, who was featured prominently in some of the photo book’s best pictures (forever beautiful Udo does not take a bad shot), was asked about Ms. Ciccone. What she was like? But more specifically, since Kier had ample chance to see, What was her vagina like? Mr. Kier’s answer? “Organized.
"The Handcuffs," Darlene Koldenhoven/Graeme Revell (Body of Evidence, 1993)
Found this over the weekend. The score of a decade.
The Bookhouse Boys, “She’s Filled With Secrets” (1991 / via)
Nostalgia trip, she does provide. Don’t listen to this until tonight.
Hello, all you Cyberheads! Welcome to the 90’s version of intimacy. You can hear me… You can even see me… But you can’t touch me… do you recognize my voice?
— Madonna, releasing her single “Secret” on AOL, September 1994
"Why are we ready to deal with the realities of violence but not the realities of sexuality?… I feel that I am behaving in a very responsible way."
Madonna, re: “Justify My Love” on Nightline, 1990
Merry merry, kids. This will so be down from YouTube in two shakes of a marabou tail.
(Where was when I saw this? Christmas Eve, 1992. Sitting on the dull carpet in Mike’s dad’s apartment. But he couldn’t have had cable. Did we just dance to it? All the disco balls and fluff must have been in my head.)