As if Rashida Jones could possibly get any cooler now she goes and calls 2013 “the year of the very visible vagina” serving as more proof that other than Jennifer Lawrence there might not be a cooler female celebrity in America.
And not only did Rashida provide us with that awesome statement, she wrote a whole freaking article about it for Glamour.
I don’t know when the pornification of pop stars became so extreme, but as Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” video played in the background — naked fantasy women bouncing around and licking things — I realized that the lines were not really blurry at all. They were clear. A new era had arrived.
If 1994 was the Year of O.J.’s White Bronco, 2013 was the Year of the Very Visible Vagina.
She does point out that she loves sex and has even posed in her underwear (yes, we remember), but wonders why she “can’t just like a song without having to take an ultrasound tour of some pop star’s privates?”
To record execs she asks, “When you market young pop stars, can you please try to apply some of your own personal moral parameters? (I’m just going to assume you don’t take off your suit midmeeting and do a selfie with a whipped-cream bra.)” And she would know a little bit about record execs as you may have heard of her dad, Quincy Jones?
It’s quite a read. Especially when she ends it by saying that if “everything continues in this direction, my single will be literally dropping out of my butt. Live at the Video Music Awards.”
Gotta love her.