Privileged kids live a life that is quite obtuse from reality, that on close examination, it is scary. We have some members of the famous Kennedy family of Massachusetts, who became involved in questionable circumstances, taking the family name through the eyes of scrutiny.
The current leader of the free world has epitomized the degradation of what privilege exemplifies. For some that status has not hurt their peers, associates or subordinates. For that I turn to one of Maryland’s famous sons, who has gained fame and fortune riding the wave of making fun at sexual transgression, JOHN WATERS. At 18, at his parents’ home in Lutherville Md., he had the privilege of making movies, that the Pope would not say prayers for to move them from purgatory to a state of consideration for sacrament.
When one considers his movies as PINK FLAMINGO, HAIR SPRAY, and his main actor, DIVINE, (a cross dresser)
, it is easy to conclude JOHN WATERS, has a skewed insight to the normal understanding of beauty, sex and morality.
The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) has been running an exhibition entitled INDECENT EXPOSURE. It’s a look inside the mind of John Waters, (a septuagenarian) his motivation, and what his thinking is today. The following is what we learned: