Something I’ve noticed, and which has been increasingly evident of late, is the leftoid legacy media’s penchant for leading off their lifestyle and culture stories with un-captioned and unidentified stock photos of attractive people intended to mislead readers into assuming the photo is of the author[s] or of the people covered in the article.
This stock photo snow job is legacy media SOP now, and the purpose is to fool the reader about the ugliness of the author[s] or of the people interviewed for the article, for if readers fully grasped that almost all feminist-friendly and shitlib-gratifying culture and lifestyle stories were written by warpigs, about warpigs, then there might be fewer credulous readers lapping up the legacy media’s runny gruel.
Polyamory stories are a classic case of the stock photo snow job, in which one will often see a good-looking couple at the header of the article, only to discover upon further investigation that the featured polyamorists are all physically as well as mentally repulsive.
See through you media, we do. This is pure narrative conditioning, meant to impose a gaslit clown world on gullible readers and exploit their natural human instinct to associate beauty with truth (and hence with social acceptability). I guarantee that if every dumb shitlib article extolling degenerate “progress” had the zoomed-in photos of the authors and subjects occupy half the page, public support for the Narrative would collapse to single digits.