Virginia Wade with ‘Venus Rosewater Dish’ & Queen Elizabeth (1977)
Not all sports are created equal, and Real Tennis was once the passtime of Royal’s and the most popular sport in pre-revolution France. Tennis on grass was of course invented in England as a popular version of the original french game “Jeu de Paume” which was initially played by hand. The meaning of “tennis” is taken from the french expression “tenez” which means to hold and more specifically ‘here you are’ when playing on a court.
And here they are – playing with gender since a long time back according to available imagery. Natural women didn’t look different only a 100 years back but EGI individuals did as the elite had not yet attained the EGI refinement of today.
Often called “the sport of Kings”, the fiercest battles have traditionally been held at Wimbledon where the Queen herself consecrate new champions* each July since 1877. The spectators ravish in ‘Strawberries and Cream‘ as the game is played in the honor of Venus on the courts. Strawberry fields forever ?
Lottie Dodd – 5 times Wimble Don winner (1887-1893)
Charlotte Cooper – 5 times Wimble Don winner (1895-1908)
Dorothea Douglass – 7 times Wimble Don winner (1903-1914)
Suzanne Lenglen – 6 times Wimble Don winner (1919-1925)
Helen Wills – 8 times Wimble Don winner (1927-1938)
Doris Hart – Wimble Don winner (1951) and 9 Doubles titles
Althea Gibson – 2 times Wimble Don winner (1957-1958)
Margaret Court – 3 times Wimble Don winner (1963-1970)
*all examples in the post are amateur players. The “pros” appeared in 1968 and seem to keep gender confused traditions – many are more contemporary and publicly known as the Williams brothers, Amelie Mauresmo, Steffi Graf, Martina Navratilova or Chris Evert to name but winners (leaving out sex-symbols such as Gabriela Sabatini, Anna Kournikova or Eugenie Bouchard)
Kim Carnes – Bette Davis Eyes (1981) – Ichnos71live YT channel – 03:23 mm:ss
Most of the research into EGI is made through imagery and visual support. We are more visual than ever before as images literally surround us and are in our living rooms, on our computers and in our pockets and hands with smartphones and iPads.
Much of the imagery is of course accompanied by sound, but audio is less impactful and more elusive than visualization. When we try to lend ourselves to the exercise of isolating sound from images there are individuals and tones that rings gender-inversion. Can you hear the sound of EGI below (and/or above) ?
12 Famous Women admired for their “sultry” voices
# 01 Bonnie Tyler
“Coming second in a talent contest inspired Bonnie Tyler to become a singer, but it wasn’t until she damaged her vocal cords through sheer frustration that she developed her career-defining husky voice”
# 02 Janis Joplin
“Janis Joplin is best remembered for her rebellious lifestyle, her psychedelic Porsche, her free flowing fashion sense and above all, her distinctive voice.”
# 03 Scarlett Johansson
“my deep voice nearly wrecked my career when I was a child”
# 04 Emma Stone
“Having colic as a baby is what gave me my trademark husky voice”
# 05 Joan Jett
“The smoking, Jett says later, loosens up the edges and range of her distinctively craggy voice”
# 06 Haley Reinhart
“Reinhart’s voice has been praised for its identifiable rasp and growl, which she is able to control for extended periods of time without suffering any vocal degradation”
# 07 Lindsay Lohan
“After a few years of living in London, Lindsay Lohan has developed an entirely new accent and way of speaking”
# 08 Miley Cyrus
“She is tiny and delicate-looking, with big Bambi eyes and a full mouth, but her voice is husky and unexpectedly deep”
# 09 Jaime Pressly
“I had this high-pitched voice, and then when I was nine I started talking like this all of a sudden. My mom was like, “What the hell is that? Puberty at nine?”
# 10 Rachael Ray
“I will be having throat surgery this December. I have had a husky voice my entire life and I always thought it was from too much talking. I finally found a brilliant throat specialist who discovered the real cause of my vocal problems.”
# 11 Tara Reid
“Tara Reid had everything needed to make her a lasting Hollywood star. She may never have had the brilliant acting chops, but she had the ambition, the looks, and a sultry voice to match”
# 12 Juliette Lewis
“She lets loose with that famously raspy voice that can evoke a furious Janis Joplin, strutting around the stage with a panther pride and jerking her body with frenetic, unhinged movements that I can only describe as being akin, in the best possible way, to a banshee exorcism.”
The Royal Trans Family of Monaco – Elite Gender Inversion – 10:11 first EGI mention
MrE3000 has become one of the foremost EGI researchers on Youtube and he seems to be all the more interested in the wider implications of the prevalence of inverted gender characteristics in the entire class of the Elite. It may be a happenstance he coins his title as ‘Elite Gender Inversion’ as it coincides with our very own definition of the phenomenon. It is nevertheless a welcome coincidence and also a hope for more topical, in-depth and generalized analyses of the top 1% that rules us by deception and… inversion.
Princess Olga of Yugoslavia, Countess Elisabeth Toerring Jettenbach and Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent – 1930’s ( from the EGI forum thread )
Jon Humanity – 11:04 mm:ss – Miss Universe – Miss Gendereversed
Good analyses of the manly appearence of freshly elected French Miss Universe
Not surprisingly the organizers of beauty pageants are private and as late as 2015 the co-owner of the Miss Universe (s)elections was none other than Donald Trump. Currently Miss Universe is owned by IMG and William Morris Endeavor and produced by their event company “Trans World International“. How fitting.
Iris Mittenaere and Sylvie Tellier – Miss France 2016 & 2002 respectively
•Tellier is General Director of both Miss France and Miss Europe Organization (privately owned)
Politics seem to be linked both literally and covertly in these public ceremonies and the current title-holder comes from France in the person of Iris Mittenaere. Iris is of course easy on the eye on first impression with her immaculate make-up and dress branded with her Miss Universe insignia. But Iris isn’t just flashy on the retina, her name is also an uncanny mnemonic trick for the french audience as her name closely mimics that of former french President François Mitterrand (1981-1995).
One might need to be a bit familiar with french to understand the trick, but it is quite simple – inversion of the last half of Mitterrand’s name phonetically. The last part of the beauty-queens family-name is inverted and spelled differently from the late presidents name.
•Mitterrand [phonetically: mitt-r-an]
•Mittenaere [phonetically: mitt-n-ar]
Both spellings have silent letters and could be understood as ‘ran’ and ‘nar’ when referring to pronunciation in french.
Iris Mittenaere – easy on the one eye
Elite Gender Inversion is very much linked to social status and hierarchy and one of the countries that still perpetuate tradition in an important way is England and the British Monarchy. Ever since the order of the Garter was created in 1348 (by Edward III) the ruler of the Commonwealth Empire reward and honor both nobility and minor nobility.
If the Elite do practice inversion, it stands to reason that new members of the Nobility would be compatible with the criteria of gender inversion. As knighthood indeed signify being part of the Elite, who are actually invited into the club ? The latest Honors lists were distributed this New Year Eve, and the 2017 honors have so far been given to 34 Gentlemen (Sir’s) and 14 Dames.
Dame Vera Baird – Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner
Knighthood for services to women and equality
•wide shoulders, long arms, long neck with suspicious scars, wide set eyes, big ears and masculine hair quality
Dame Inga Beale – CEO Lloyd’s of London
Knighthood for services to the economy
•wide shoulders, important ribcage and volume, suspected breast implants, long arms, big hands, masculine neck, deep male eyes and masculine hair quality
Dame Henrietta Leyser Day – Science Director, Cambridge University
Knighthood for services to plant science, science in society
•square shoulders, square jaw, male nose and browridge with big deep set eyes, masculine neck and suspicion of Adams apple shave (scars camouflaged as riddles)
Dame Helen Jean Fraser – CEO, Girls’ Day School Trust
Knighthood for services to education
•male hands, shoulder-width and neck, male collarbones – male eyes, nose, mouth and brows
Dame Katherine Grainger – Athlete (rowing)
Knighthood for services to sport and charity
•remnants of trachea shave, impossibly wide set shoulders, square face, wide set male eyes, mouth and male chin, jaw and nose
Dame Martina Milburn – CEO, The Prince’s Trust Group
Knighthood for for services to charity
•masculine overall expression with wide set male eyes, cheekbone and brows
Dame Lorna Elizabeth Fox Muirhead – Lord-Lieutenant of Merseyside
Knighthood for her services to midwifery
•very big creature – still exudes masculinity with wide shoulders, male nose, brow-ridge and deep set eyes
Dame Anna Wintour – Chief Editor Vogue & Creative Director Condé Nast
Knighthood for services to fashion and journalism
•very wide set eyes, male shoulders, arms and neck – probable plastic surgery on mouth and nose
hristos mandylor – Trans Gender confusion Reigns! – 02:31 mm:ss
No accident Colin Mochrie is a funny comedian… Mochrie is a name that closely resembles “mockery” as well as the french term “moquerie” (much used in french). Colin Mochrie and his wife Deb seem to be an Elite Gender Inverted couple. Normally they would sexually invert their own offspring from birth if family traditions were respected.
Debra McGrath as young
However, Luke who turned into Kinley in the adult age of 26 is indeed a puzzle. Is he a natural born boy turned girl or is the truth even more intricate – a double inverted individual ? Difficult to tell as his brow-ridge say masculine and his Adams apple say FTM (while still Luke).
Colin, Deb and (lucky) Luke Mochrie – are we taken for a gender spin ?
Most cultural movement and fashions seem to be created by the Elite. If we are what we eat we might all be concerned that our food is weaponized by pesticides, new crops, farmed fish and hormone ridden animals.
With state politics and dietitians being based on a very funny looking pyramid, most concerned commoners will undoubtably seek further advice and literature on what they really should eat. This seems like a good idea – but also an area where we are ill suited to an advised opinion as nutrition very quickly get very scientific. Diet and nutritional literature are full of pair-reviewed studies and surveys that often are quite contradictory or too specific to actually help our general understanding and/or well-being.
As difficult it is to rely on official guide-lines, it can also be just as challenging to find the right answers for a healthy dietary plan by ourselves. It would be reassuring to have experts help us of course and there are many who pretend to do so. In fact, there is a whole industry that awaits us when we engage on the path to find better food for ourselves and our families. Did you ever buy soy-based foods at the advice of an expert or advertisement, maybe some flax-seeds or some vegetable oil ? Vitamins or supplements ?
Food is also a very gender-related topic with hormones often present that are neither much spoken about nor warned against. If we ask ourselves who might be interested in such matters related to food the answer seem quite mundane – EGI individuals. What better than an Elite group of MTF experts to show the way and separate the wheat from their staff ?
Melissa Hartwig (also pictured above) – Food Freedom Forever
Certified Sports Nutritionist and Author of three books and the co-creator of the Whole30. She specializes in helping people change their relationship with food and create life-long, healthy habits.
Keren Gilbert – The HD Diet
NYC Registered dietitian and nutritionist and founder of consultant firm Decision Nutrition. She is an accredited member of the American Dietetic Association, Greater New York Dietetic Association, Nutrition Entrepreneurs, Dietitians in Business, The Diabetes Care, Education Dietetic Practice Group and SCAN.
JJ Virgin – Sugar Impact Diet
Author, celebrity nutrition & fitness expert, tv-host and public speaker. Virgin went to UCLA and graduated in biomechanics, sports medicine, exercise physiology, nutrition and aging. An active Mensa member, she has taken more than 40 post-graduate courses.
Bee Wilson – This Is Not A Diet Book
Educated at Ph.D. from Trinity College (Cambridge) Bee is an author, food journalist and historian. Wilson wrote a food colomn for the New Statesman for five years, and currently writes for Sunday Telegraph’s Stella magazine. Also wrote a books on fraud in the food industry (The Dark History of Food Fraud, from Poisoned Candy to Counterfeit Coffee).
Marion Nestle – What to Eat
PhD in molecular biology and an MPH in public health nutrition from the University of California, Berkeley. Currently the Paulette Goddard Professor of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health at New York University. She is also a professor of Sociology at NYU and a visiting professor of Nutritional Sciences at Cornell University.
Kris Carr – Crazy Sexy Diet
Best-selling author (Amazon & NYT), wellness activist and cancer survivor. Documented her battle against a rare type of cancer (epithelioid hemangioendothelioma) in her own documentary film ‘Crazy Sexy Cancer’.