“I feel like it’s a lot of people making cool records, having fun, partying, but nobody’s dealing with the real issue with this f*cking clown as president, and the sh*t that we dealing with out here, so I wanted to take time out to push pause on a party record and make one of these records for the time being,” the rapper told Billboard .
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On the eve of the presidential inauguration, join Madonna and Marilyn Minter—two fearless feminist provocateurs—as they talk art, culture, feminism...
Universal executive vp production Erik Baiers and director of development Chloe Yellin will oversee production for the studio. Lucy Kitada will help oversee for De Luca Productions.
Just like the text—which was mostly written on top of photographs—the photographs on the book are highly sexual and depict nudity , simulations of sexual acts, bondage , homosexuality and analingus , with accessories such as knives, whips, masks and chains;     however, full intercourse is never shown.  Aside from unknown models, featured in the book are actress Isabella Rossellini , rappers Big Daddy Kane and Madonna's then boyfriend Vanilla Ice ,  model Naomi Campbell ,  gay porn star Joey Stefano ,  actor Udo Kier , socialite Tatiana von Fürstenberg , and nightclub owner Ingrid Casares; however the heterosexual photos in the book involve only Madonna and Vanilla Ice.  Madonna herself is featured partially or completely naked. One of the book's most famous photographs shows Madonna hitchhiking completely naked in Miami.  The book also reflects a great part on Dita's perspective towards her own sexuality. Dita writes in Sex that her " pussy " is a temple of learning and that exposing it, is really a homage to it ("It's hard to describe it smells like a baby to me fresh and full of life. I love my pussy, it is the complete summation of my life").  Sex contains statements like " ass fucking is the most pleasurable way to get fucked and it hurts the most too".  Others include "[t]here is something comforting about being tied up. Like when you were a baby and your mother strapped you in the car seat. She wanted you to be safe. It was an act of love"  and "I wouldn't want a penis. It would be like having a third leg. it seems like a contraption that would get in the way. I think I have a dick in my brain".   In Sex , Dita also pointed out that "A lot of people are afraid to say what they want. That's why they don't get what they want".  The book includes Madonna's perspective on pornography :
Honestly, aside from the celebrity identity crisis part, she’s just like the rest of us — using the internet to complain about a service and make them fix it more quickly.
In the United States, "Cherish" debuted at number 37 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. The next week it moved to number 28 on the chart, becoming the week's "greatest gainer" song.  After three weeks, as "Cherish" entered the top-five of Billboard Hot 100, music industry prognosticators theorized that the song would become Madonna's eighth number-one song on the Hot 100. However, the song started facing competition from fellow singer Janet Jackson 's single " Miss You Much ", which also moved into the top-ten the same week.  The popular media pitted the two women against each other and tried to create rivalry between them.  The song eventually peaked at number two on October 7, 1989, the same week "Miss You Much" topped the Hot 100.  "Cherish" became Madonna's sixteenth consecutive top-five single, a record in Hot 100 chart history.  It was present on the Hot 100 for a total of 15 weeks.  Unlike previous Madonna singles, "Cherish" was not a dance hit and did not make an appearance on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, but was able to top the Hot Adult Contemporary chart, her third after " Live to Tell " and " La Isla Bonita ".  "Cherish" also helped Madonna to win the "Top Adult Contemporary Artist" trophy at the 1989 Billboard Music Awards .  On the year-end charts of Billboard , "Cherish" ranked at number 59 on the Hot 100 and number 31 on the Adult Contemporary chart.  In Canada, "Cherish" debuted at number 80 on the RPM Singles Chart on August 14, 1989.  In its ninth week on the chart, the song reached number one, staying there for two weeks.  The song was present on the chart for 17 weeks and was the ninth best-selling Canadian single for 1989.  
Fans who attended the show were blown away by the line-up at the surprise all-star show, which also included unannounced appearances by a murder's row of comedians, including Aziz Ansari, Louis CK, Pete Holmes and Jon Stewart.
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