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andrewsmirror:

Drew’s Mirror

Mmm

luvthe-hurtaway:

"I always write about my experiences or things that touch me deeply. I was really beginning to get in tune with my sexual self. I wanted my fans to really know me. The ‘janet’ album was sexual and I was beginning to really discover that side of me. Sex has been an important part of me for several years, but it just hasn’t blossomed publicly until now. I’ve had to go through some changes and shed some old attitudes before feeling completely comfortable with my body. Listening to this record, people intuitively understand the change in me. You see, sex isn’t just fire and heat, it’s natural beauty. Doing what comes naturally. It’s letting go, giving and getting what you need. In the age of AIDS, it certainly requires being responsible. On a psychological level, though, good sex, satisfying sex, is also linked with losing yourself, releasing, using your body to get out of your body. Well, for the first time, I’m feeling free. I love feeling deeply sexual – and don’t mind letting the world know. For me, sex has become a celebration, a joyful part of the creative process."

Happy 21st Birthday, Janet.! 05.18.1993

gadgettrish:

The Biggest Brother-Sister Stars In Show Business History. (Ebony Magazine August 1991)

True legend music icon.

gadgettrish:

The Biggest Brother-Sister Stars In Show Business History. (Ebony Magazine August 1991)

True legend music icon.

Janet Jackson’s tribute to Michael Jackson at the ‘09 MTV VMAS

requested by theoneinthemirror

I like this part. Make me cry.

Janet Jackson, Architectural Digest 1998

Wow. Looks nice.

My favorite Janet Jackson’s Appearances

parkochris:

Daaaaaang.

parkochris:

Daaaaaang.

thejacksonnews:

taskforcediciple:

postwhitesociety:

MTV Spoofs | Super Sweet Sixteen 

lmao janet wild

Janet plz tell me your kidding 

lmfao i love that video

"I think that it’s like anybody in the world. It always takes a certain amount of courage to just say, ‘this is what I am.’ People are very reluctant to define themselves. It takes a lot to say, ‘I’m this, I’m that.’. We know it’s okay theoretically to be gay, but sometimes you just don’t want to be known or seen. You want to keep your secrets. We do this in all kinds of aspects of our lives and, especially in the military culture, I found that any sort of expression itself is kind of frowned upon.” - Luke Macfarlane (Rick)

parkermassey:

my favorite is no. 69. Oh, that’s not on the list?

parkermassey:

my favorite is no. 69. Oh, that’s not on the list?