Cross-Dressing Shiloh Pitt Is The Anti-Suri Crusie
WITH Angelina and Brad Pitt out of bounds, Life & Style magazine looked on Shiloh Pitt and wonder if she was turning into a cross-dresser. Shiloh is three. She is no Suri Cruise in mini-heels (hear her voice and obey). Shiloh is the anti-Suri.
Alan Kelen opined:
“Shiloh is pushing the boundaries of a tomboy look and crossing over to cross-dresser territory”
While we all stare and wonder if Shiloh is dressing to the right or left, Kelen experienced sleepless nights. Shiloh had worn brown in town. Shiloh was wearing creases in her jeans. Kelen wok up with the sweats and wrote an email:
I just wanted to write you a personal note regarding your post on Jezebel.
I have lost sleep these past 2 nights due to the horrible thoughts and comments they included and attributed to me in this particular story for Life & Style, as they were taken completely out of context. They use me often for style quotes, so I had no idea they would twist my words, and they always contact me for final approval, which they did not do this time around.
Twisting words and using quotes out of context in a gossip magazine?!?!?!?! Say it ain’t so. Well, it is so. So says the woman who works for VH1, producers of such authentic and not-in-the-least-bi- edited shows like Celebrity Rehab, Celebrity Fit Club, Hogan Knows Best and Flavor of Love.
I left this post as a comment to your story:
My career has been all about personal expression through clothing, and I am the biggest believer that any person should wear anything they choose, regardless of age or sex.
The quote I did provide to Life & Style actually praised Shiloh’s parents for letting her be who she wants to be, and included that she has two cool older brothers who she is probably trying to emulate, and that she looks up to, and that there is NOTHING at all wrong with it … quite the opposite. I was hoping it would influence other parents to let their children do the same
So what exactly did you say?
Again, I am sorry that my words were misinterpreted, and please be assured that I would never say anything bad about any person, especially a child.
Really, I am in tears right now because this just makes me sick. In the past, L&S have often used me for style quotes, and they always give me final approval, so I trusted them for this piece, mistakenly. The actual quote began with “Some might think …” but they conveniently took that out to make it seem the thought was my own, and did not contact me for that final approval.
Sheesh! And some of her best-friends are cross-dressing lesbian toddlers:
Many of my friends in life & at work are in fact lesbian, gay & transgendered, and that is why this is most upsetting to me. They can vouch that I would NEVER say such things. It’s just not the person I am.
So who used the word “Shiloh” and “cross-dresser” in the same sentence?
Would love if you could include my thoughts, less about restoring my reputation, but more for helping people believe that it is natural and right to let children and people in general express themselves any way they choose, in clothing & in life.
Do you feel empowered now? Do you feel like Suri Cruise in a shoe shop..?