Son of a Gun

Any person portrayed as lead character in a biographical movie-production can safely be considered EGI

News coverage from the 1970’s – EGIography movie rule seem to match..

July 14 1974 the talk show host Christine Chubbuck shot herself live on Channel 40s morning program. After the first 8 minutes of the newscast the news footage on a shooting at a local restaurant jammed and didn’t run which led the depressed newscaster to go off script and execute herself in an admitted interest of entertainment…

Chubbuck was pronounced dead the day after the “show” and the master tape was subsequently seized as evidence by authorities before it was returned to Chubbuck’s family who claimed to have destroyed it thereafter despite rumours of the footage being circulated on private videotapes and even to have figured in FBI training videos..

Christine Chubbuck apparently preparing an ‘all girls night’ and not so discretely evoking her own single bullet under the right ear demise, John Kennedy’s magic bullet and Robert Kennedy’s mysterious ‘Polka dot’ girl.

Of course, there is no girl to be seen here other than the text on the above image. Rather than quietly retiring an overly masculine news-reporter unfit for broad, national exposure on a major news channel it seems like Christine (or possibly Christian) was given an irresistible chance to get quite mediated and famous despite the radio face. Nothing wrong with the actual physical and facial features per say – only Christine’s looks are not female but rather EGI.

So Christine Chubbuck surely didn’t die that day (14/7 or triple seven in occult terms) and most likely was headed for a Facial Feminization Surgery (FFS) Clinic where proper rhinoplasty, jawline contouring and a thorough brow bone shave would have been the most likely emergency procedures. A pointy chin implant might also have been an option although these seem to be more popular today than in the 70s.

“In keeping with Channel 40’s policy of bringing you the latest in blood and guts, and in living color, you are going to see another first: attempted suicide”
(Christine Chubbuck’s purported last words “live” on local TV)

The two biographical movies* that recently made headlines 33 years after the original events will also be comprised of transpicuous entities in leading roles but their appearence is clearly far less striking than those of Christine Chubbuck. By choosing todays more optimised and convincing Male to Female actors, any present or future impression of the events (i.e. from websearch) will now mix contemporary footage and imagery with the very sparse material from the 1970s. Needless to say – the overly blatant impression left from the original imagery of both Chubbuck and the “live” suicide events will fade in our digital environment – and better hide the obvious EGI now hidden in the re-mix.

Chubbuck with long hair & lipstick – but no other feminine features
•wide shoulders, narrow hips (male hip-shoulder ratio), long arms, big head, important neck and male jawline

Chubbuck as a student using a massive hairstyle to diminish head-size
•massive male brows and browbone, prominent cheek bones, square jaw and wide chin, deep wide set eyes, long neck with probably airbrushed trachea and Adams apple

Christine Chubbuck behind the scenes at the TV station in 1974
•impossibly big hands for a female, apparent trachea (possibly also airbrushed), deep set wide eyes, sizeable teeth, wide dental arch and large male chin

Christine Chubbuck on the “Suncoast Digest” TV show on WXLT-TV (Sarasota)
•impossibly long humerus bone, male BFP (Body Fat Percentage), square wide shoulders, male wrist and knuckles, square jaw, wide set deep eyes and male hairline

*Kate Lyn Sheil stars as Chubbuck in ‘Kate Plays Christine’ (2016, movie trailer)
*Rebecca Hall is lead actress in ‘Christine’ (2016, movie trailer)

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Short Tall list

Gwendoline Christie from Game of Thrones might be too big to be real

The list quickly become very long when looking at tall female celebrities. We are often reminded that there is no such thing as gender specific traits nor ethnicity, yet we all perceive there are definite, unmistakeable differences that exist despite what experts and theorists claim.

Of course, there are true cases of tall women and girls that look like boys. However, height and masculinity are not criteria we define as typical with the general characteristics of females. When we have public figures that display either or both of atypical gender signs such as masculinity or very tall stature, we might not censor such discriminatory thoughts as commonly advised but instead be critical and analyze what we observe.

There is no shortage of tall Hollywood actresses and public figures and some are already in the limelight of YouTube “transvestigations” as they in addition to height display masculine elements in their respective physiques. There is however a tendency to proceed with ‘transvestigations’ in a little structured way where knowledge and insight is often lost to sensationalism and derogatory language*.

When we analyse public figures by size, it becomes clear that there are more tall female celebrities than what is generally observed in the general population. To be tall as a female is no crime or automatic conviction of being an Elite Gender Inverted individual – but as the list hereunder show – it is a very common trait to find suspect MTF persons to be taller than average for obvious reasons. EGI individuals would be aware of the problems that height represent to FTM individuals and it is likely official measurements are slightly reduced from actual values. Many celebrity measurements would be tailored to best hide any perceived EGI defects*.

Sometimes experts and demographic research blame the increase of overall height on ‘evolution’ or food and hormones contained within it. Whenever celebrities are concerned, maybe most of those hormones are not in their organic food but rather stems from use of advanced Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)…

Elizabeth Debicki 190cm
E. Debicki known from ‘The Great Gatsby’ stand tall at 190cm (6’3″)
Short Tall Females List

#01 Karlie Kloss (1992) American Model, 185cm (6’1″)
A ‘supermodel’ known from Victoria’s Secrets lingerie campaigns where she acted as the brands ‘Angel’ from 2013 to 2015. She’s been the face of campaigns for Coach, Nike, Donna Karan, Lacoste, Christian Dior. As an actress she has appeared in ‘Zoolander 2’ and starred in Taylor Swift’s music video ‘Bad Blood’.

#02 Saffron Burrows (1972) English Actress and model, 183cm (6’0″)
Started her career as a model in Paris and London for Chanel, Yves Saint-Laurent and Vivienne Westwood. As an actress she’s known for her roles in ‘The Bank Job’ alongside Jason Statham and ‘Troy’ alongside Brad Pitt. Married her girlfriend Alison Balian and has 2 children with her wife.

#03 Monika Schnarre (1971) Canadian Actress and model, 188cm (6’2″)
Youngest girl to win Ford Modeling Agency’s contest “Supermodel of the World” and youngest ever to appear on the cover of “American Vogue” and “Sports Illustrated” swimsuit issue. Schnarre also starred in a number of movies, most notably appearing alongside a pregnant Arnold Schwarzenegger in ‘Junior’.

#04 Uma Thurman (1970) American Actress and model, 183cm (6’0″)
After appearances on covers of British Vogue she made her movie break-through in Dangerous Liaisons (1988). Thurman is best known for her subsequent performances in Quentin Tarantino’s movies Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill. Her mother, Nena Thurman, was once married to LSD famed Timothy Leary.

#05 Brooke Shields (1965) American Actress and Model, 183cm (6’0″)
Appeared as a child prostitute the film ‘Pretty Baby’ at only 12 years old and did the cover of Vogue magazine at 14. Promoted as the worlds most beautiful woman she is known for early Kalvin Klein ads and appeared on more than 300 magazine covers internationally early 1980s. Lost lawsuit with photographer Garry Gross who made nude photos of Brooke when she was only 10.

#06 Elle Macpherson (1964) Australian Model and TV presenter, 183cm (6’0″)
First known for cover appearances for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in the 1980s, leading to her nickname ‘The Body’. Co-owner of Fashion Cafe in New York together with Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Campbell.

#07 Famke Janssen (1964) Dutch Actress, 183cm (6’0″)
She studied economics and modeled for Chanel before turning to acting where she first gained popularity as a Bond girl in GoldenEye (Xenia Onatopp) before becoming part of the X-Men series and the action film series Taken (1-2-3) alongside Liam Neeson.

#08 Allison Janney (1959) American Actress, 183cm (6’0″)
Award-winning actress known from primetime tv-series such as ‘The West Wing’, ‘Masters of Sex’ and ‘Mom’. Janney has appeared in many films including ‘American Beauty’, ‘Juno’ and ‘Mom’. She admires feminist Susan B. Anthony.

#09 Geena Davis (1956) American Actress, 183cm (6’0″)
Worked as a model before landing a small role in ‘Tootsie’. She won an Oscar for her role in ‘The Accidental Tourist’ (1988) and in gained world-wide attention for her role opposite Susan Sarandon in ‘Thelma & Louise’.

#10 Sigourney Weaver (1949) American Actress, 183cm (6’0″)
Following her film debut as a minor character in Annie Hall, she quickly came to prominence in 1979 with her first lead role as Ellen Ripley in Alien. Known for deep husky yet smooth voice.

#11 Elizabeth Debicki (1990) Australian Actress, 190cm (6’3″)
Made her feature film debut in ‘A Few Best Men’ and won the AACTA Award for Best Supporting Actress in ‘The Great Gatsby’. Born in Paris to a Polish and Australian dancer couple.

#12 Ana Hickmann (1981) Brazilian Model, 185cm (6’1″)
Brazilian model who has worked for Victoria’s Secret, Nivea, L’Oreal, Clairol, and Bloomingdales
*with most (or all) Youtuber’s it is easy to loose sight of basic information and applicable insight without being dragged into advanced genetics, cloning and untasteful language and mockery.
*in Europe FTM EGI individuals would try to not exceed 179cm officially, whereas in the US most actresse would try to top out at 5’11” (6 feet for a women is experienced as very tall considering they also would wear shoes with heels – at least in Gala’s and other prestigious events and gatherings).

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