Kinderwhore – not as original as one might think

>So, for most people, the word kinderwhore brings to mind images of Courtney Love and Kat Bjelland wearing torn, dirty baby doll dresses and thick smeared red lipstick with messy, peroxide-blonde hair. Bad little girls up to no good.



People might think that Both Love and Bjelland have fought about who came up with the disengenuous combo of clumsy make-up with children’s clothing, Love even going as far as to allegedly say that she got it from Christina Amphlett on the cover of the Divinyls 1982 album, Desperate.


Erm, yeah. Totally.

But I’d like to introduce you to the granny and grand dame of Kinderwhore.




Bette Davis in Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? She is the result of a dirty battle between mutton and lamb with a crooked referee. Baby Jane is duplicitous, nasty, childish, impetuous and a terrible singer. More than a coincidence that Hole and Babes in Toyland chose to adopt this image?

3 thoughts on “Kinderwhore – not as original as one might think

  1. >I love this post, it's frikkin awesome. I had toes forgotten about Babes in Toyland, I do adore Courteny tho. (I put it down to my obsession with Nirvana!)

  2. >Paddy – Aah I thought that I was being sooo original and everything… Your post is way better than mine too – damn!I love your blog too. I'm following it… now.

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