Super Sexy Jayne Russell
This incredible woman, would, in her lifetime, become one of the most desirable women on earth, famous the world over for her sultry beauty and undoubted ability as an actress.
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At the end of February 2011 every red-blooded man on earth went into mourning, not just because Ernestine Jane Geraldine Russell ,born 1921 in Minnesota, USA, had died, but because of who and what she was. This incredible woman, would, in her lifetime, become one of the most desirable women on earth, famous the world over for her sultry beauty and undoubted ability as an actress.
Known to every man who watched the movies as Jane Russell, this amazingly provocative actress was first discovered by the famous billionaire Howard Hughes. This slightly ecccentric recluse was so smitten by the alluring Jane that he felt the only place for her to shine would be in films, and promoted her shameslessly to the big studios.
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Thanks to his prompting, Jane was screen-tested and accepted for a part in the film which would mark her debut with a bang, because that part, as the sultry temptress in The Outlaw, made her a star, Jane oozing sex from every pore, every male viewer clamoring for more. This was that age in history, when men preferred their women very shapely, but also cuddly, with generous hips, prominent breasts and consequently oodles of sex-appeal.
Such unashamed femininity was all the rage among mid-twentieth century men, perhaps a genetic memory of ancient times, when women needed to be meaty, in order to raise healthy children, because they never knew where the next meal was coming from, so extra weight was important. At precisely what point in time the girly girl fell out of favor with general male tastes is unclear, but women like Jane Russell, voluptuous and sexy, all at once, would always cause a stirring in male hearts.
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We should perhaps mourn the passing of those golden days of cinema, when ladies ,wanting to attract the men by being as feminine as those cinema goddesses, were happy to be that bit bigger, in the right places, because that was what men wanted. Big girls, as far as the men were concerned, were sexy as hell, so that was the look they wanted.
The main reason that Jane Russell was such an icon was her partnership with Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, the two most desired females in movie history teaming up to drive the men wild. Strangely enough, Jane Russell was no feminist, a real tomboy in her youth, shunning dresses in preference to jeans and shirts. In her words, a man should be the household head, a woman the heart, the way nature intended.
A truly sexy woman, who gave gave femininity a whole new meaning, by letting herself be portrayed as the shameless hussy so appealing to the male sex. Along with Monroe, Jane opened female eyes around the world, to size being unimportant, where sexuality is concerned, proving that larger ladies can be just as sexually attractive as any other girl, if the man only bothers to look properly. Only actually appearing in twenty or so films, best remembered only for a very few, her legend was immense, and death a genuinely tragic loss to mankind.