What We Discovered From Katy Perry’s Live Stream Weekend!

What We Discovered From Katy Perry’s Live Stream Weekend, NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED --- Katy Perry, Instagram, Youtube, Live Stream, James Corden, Social Media, Music Photography, Black and White Photography, Influencer, Caitlyn Jenner, Derek Blasperg, John Mayer, Orlando Bloom, Diplo.
Photos by Allister Ann. Words by Michaela d’Artois.

What We Discovered From Katy Perry’s Live Stream Weekend, NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED --- Katy Perry, Instagram, Youtube, Live Stream, James Corden, Social Media, Music Photography, Black and White Photography, Influencer, Caitlyn Jenner, Derek Blasperg, John Mayer, Orlando Bloom, Diplo.

It’s 2017 and the bar for how internet-breaking your album release is, is pretty high in these times. In an attempt to out-do the rest Katy Perry launches her new album ‘Witness’ (which hit outlets last Thursday) with a live stream three day weekend in a house that was built especially for this event. This means if one tapped in to her Youtube stream, they could watch her “everyday life” uninterrupted — even the hours she took to sleep. Only it wasn’t truly Katy’s everyday life. There were celeb visitors, on-air therapy sessions, and manufactured moments. In this day in age with social media, and the watchful eyes of the world always on you, celebrity figures must have a public persona, and a private one, and with this plaguing her it seemed in a marketing-fueled concept KP wanted to finally bridge that gap.What We Discovered From Katy Perry’s Live Stream Weekend, NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED --- Katy Perry, Instagram, Youtube, Live Stream, James Corden, Social Media, Music Photography, Black and White Photography, Influencer, Caitlyn Jenner, Derek Blasperg, John Mayer, Orlando Bloom, Diplo.What We Discovered From Katy Perry’s Live Stream Weekend, NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED --- Katy Perry, Instagram, Youtube, Live Stream, James Corden, Social Media, Music Photography, Black and White Photography, Influencer, Caitlyn Jenner, Derek Blasperg, John Mayer, Orlando Bloom, Diplo. What We Discovered From Katy Perry’s Live Stream Weekend, NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED --- Katy Perry, Instagram, Youtube, Live Stream, James Corden, Social Media, Music Photography, Black and White Photography, Influencer, Caitlyn Jenner, Derek Blasperg, John Mayer, Orlando Bloom, Diplo.Vérité and photographer Allister Ann joined this livestream mania on it’s last hours during a casted show at which Katy Perry took the secret location stage in a spectacular head-to-toe silver sequined outfit. She had soon kicked off her heeled boots to dance the stage unbridled. She is charismatic, charming, and relatable — the type of girl you could totally have a good immature giggle with. No wonder her fans are so attached. She’s a friend to them, only just out of reach. Standing in a sea of super fans you get a front row seat to view the symbiotic obsessive relationship between glimmering star and her public — no wonder she feels pressure, these kids hold expectations.

Social media has created celebrity to another level, and followers come to their screens wanting to be let in more and more by their idols. While it may not make sense to all of us, some actually want to watch KP sleep. Many times during her live-weekend, Katy Perry logs on to Instagram Live to real-time chat with her fans, while simultaneously surrounded with voyeuristic-style cameras in the home. Where are the boundaries? How transparent is too transparent?What We Discovered From Katy Perry’s Live Stream Weekend, NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED --- Katy Perry, Instagram, Youtube, Live Stream, James Corden, Social Media, Music Photography, Black and White Photography, Influencer, Caitlyn Jenner, Derek Blasperg, John Mayer, Orlando Bloom, Diplo.What We Discovered From Katy Perry’s Live Stream Weekend, NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED --- Katy Perry, Instagram, Youtube, Live Stream, James Corden, Social Media, Music Photography, Black and White Photography, Influencer, Caitlyn Jenner, Derek Blasperg, John Mayer, Orlando Bloom, Diplo.

In a streamed therapy session with Siri Sat Nam Singh, Ph.D., Katy breaks down in tears stating just this, that as a public figure she has had to create Katy Perry a larger than life quirky girl, when at her core she is truly Katheryn Hudson. We have to ask though, did she not create this character herself, out of the depths of her creative mind? She did, however it’s an armor of sorts. A protection from the prying eyes, and sometimes hands, of those who want to snag a little piece of this mega-star. We’ve seen it time and time again,

so many artists struggle with the question of if their fans will evolve with them — if the creative is allowed to grow. Sardined between crazed KP fans with stars in their eyes (maybe even a few tears), we are assured that they will follow her anywhere.What We Discovered From Katy Perry’s Live Stream Weekend, NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED --- Katy Perry, Instagram, Youtube, Live Stream, James Corden, Social Media, Music Photography, Black and White Photography, Influencer, Caitlyn Jenner, Derek Blasperg, John Mayer, Orlando Bloom, Diplo.

The vaster issue though is the public’s understanding of what is real, and what is marketing smoke and mirrors. Katy Perry’s live streamed weekend was the perfect example of this. In an attempt to keep part of themselves private, yet appear to give it all to the fans so many influencers must construct a fictional version of themselves only to balance their sanity, and satisfy the voyeur.What We Discovered From Katy Perry’s Live Stream Weekend, NOW ON VERITE PUBLISHED --- Katy Perry, Instagram, Youtube, Live Stream, James Corden, Social Media, Music Photography, Black and White Photography, Influencer, Caitlyn Jenner, Derek Blasperg, John Mayer, Orlando Bloom, Diplo.

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Femme Feed: Post Women’s March, How Do We Keep Making Change?

FEMME FEED | AN INSTALLATION OF “OF THE MOMENT”
STORIES FOR GIRLS IN THE KNOW.

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Saturday, January 21st America finally found a powerful place for the word Feminism — and that was on the streets on its cities. As its men and women, and surrounding countries world-wide marched forward for women’s rights, the eight letter word no longer seemed so logged with misconception. It took seeing the millions of people standing together to show us that its definition felt very at home, not as some over-hyped notion, but simply for what it really means — equality. In LA where the above moments were captured over 750,000 people crowded the streets into close to a standstill, in D.C. over 500,000, and across the country thousands more. “Just this march in Washington today required 1,000 more buses than the entire inauguration.” Gloria Steinem said while cracking herself up at the very notion. It was emotional, moving, and it breathed strength into all of us. Only now we are left with a lingering buzz of energy, and the question “How do we keep making change?”

The truth is that although millions made their statements clear in bold signage, loud songs of encouragement, and cohesion, a march won’t necessarily flip the system overnight. It won’t solve our problems. It might not have changed any minds of our less enlightened Facebook friends but instead made a safe place for others to join in our vocal and physical statement. It is a beautiful start — the celebratory kick-off if you will to a continuing momentum we can all forge froward with together, and here are a few ways you can keep that energy going:

Our first order of business is to urge you to remember why you marched in the first place. Bottle up that anger, sadness, and frustration with the system and use it to do better. Donate to the following organizations, and if you can’t do that find local meet-ups, or volunteer work that will get you involved. If nothing else use your social media platforms to share the information most important to your causes. And of course never stop educating yourself about what’s next. We’ve compiled a list of the organizations that have aligned with the Women’s March that you can choose from to continue your personal fight.

Donate to Planned Parenthood, one time or set it up for monthly.

If climate change is your cause get in the know about NRDC, The National Resource Defense Council, who will be fighting against “Donald Trump’s environmental assault”.

EMILY’s List supports pro-choice democratic female politicians.

NARAL which supports pro choice men and women, and is a great resource to clarifying what this particular fight really entails.

ACLU, the American Civil Liberties Union are currently putting their efforts towards obtaining Trump’s legal documents pertaining to financial and ethical conflicts of interest and could use your donations to do so.

Human Rights Campaign which stands strong in support of the LGBT community

Peace is Loud which works towards a peaceful community via women who are on the frontline of change.

Finally, you can find an easy step-by-step effort on the Women’s March website called 10 Actions 100 Days which outlines what you can do to keep the change coming in the first 100 days of Trump’s presidency. The first is to send letters to your local senators expressing what is important to you. To make this seamless you can use these customizable postcards from Ink Card where they have donated 10,000 free cards that they will send for you! How could it get any easier?

We’ve outlined everything you need to keep your fight fueled, and in times like this action is an irreplaceable tact. Hold the hands of your sisters and brace yourselves for change. It’s coming.

 

 

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