Fay and Suicide Girls: here’s what they are

Fay is now one of the most popular Suicide girls with a huge following on Instagram and pictures more and more provocative and impressive. She is a girl from Chile and she works to create new photosets and videos for you to enjoy. She does monthly content, and she sends the rewards on 5th of the next month people pledged.

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SuicideGirls is a website that offers softcore photographs and textual profiles of dark, punk, indie and alternative girls in general (although they often refer also to styles that refer to pin-up models forty and fifty years) known as “Suicide” Girls. ” The site also functions as a virtual community with user profiles, thematic groups and discussion forums, and also offers interviews with important personalities of popular and alternative culture. Access to most of the site requires a paid subscription.

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The concept and the SuicideGirls site were created by the founding partners of the parent company, SG Services Inc., Sean (Sean Suhl) and Missy Suicide (Selena Mooney) at the end of 2001, based in Portland (Oregon). In 2003 the site headquarters moved to Hollywood (Los Angeles). Suhl and Mooney claimed to have opened the site “simply to see beautiful naked punk girls”. Mooney and Suhl then joined two other partners, namely Steve Simitzis (server administrator), and his wife Olivia Ball (ex-programmer and webmaster of the site, as well as ex-Suicide Girl), but since 2006 no longer appears between the staff members. The huge success of SuicideGirls has inspired many sites of similar themes.

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The paternity of the term suicide girl is attributed to Chuck Palahniuk, author of the novel “Fight Club” that inspired the film of the same name. The writer used this term in one of his novels: Survivor. The term was then adopted by the creators of the site to define girls who can not be framed in a current of thought or according to the type of music they listen to.

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Mooney confirms this version, where she adds some other details. Mooney also states that if she had any idea of ​​the popularity that the site would achieve, she would have thought of the name of the same more thans he had done at the time: with the fame, the site has received heavy criticism for the name that it seemed could represent a sort of apology of suicide. As a trademark of the site and related merchandising and events, the correct writing of the term “SuicideGirls” is without spaces, in one word. Girls, on the other hand, are generally referred to as “Suicide Girls”.

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The site does not scout to search for its models, but claims to select among about 1000 requests to become Suicide Girls sent by girls all over the world every week, generally accepting one per day.

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Most girls have an unconventional look, based on colored hair and dreadlocks, piercings and / or tattoos, although the rumor that you need to be tattooed to pose for the site is not true. In fact, the important thing remains to represent an alternative image, a beauty and an unconventional thought. The girls are represented by professional photo shoots or not, as well as by blogs written by themselves, often updated with their thoughts, anecdotes, photographs, and whatever they want to add.

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The themes of the photographic services are completely decided by the girls themselves (as well as their frequency of release, albeit mediated by the “editorial” needs of the site), and generally represent a portrait of alternative beauty, a tribute to the imaginary of classic pin-ups , allegories or symbols that recall their culture, or quotes from their favorite artists.

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SuicideGirls states that 43% of the paying members of the site are women, and that the vision of the photos represents only 20% of the site’s traffic. Members are generally active in organizing meetings and events in real life, and the company SG itself supports several of these events. A recent interview with Suhl reveals that most of the site’s profits derive from merchandising, rather than from paid registration.

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Positive reviews related to the SuicideGirls site have appeared on Rolling Stone, Wired Magazine, The New Yorker and other major magazines; the site itself (with some of its own girls) was in turn the protagonist of a recent episode of CSI: NY, and they were dedicated to the American channels HBO, ABC, G4 and above all MTV, whose target is superimposed of the site.

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Rock musician Courtney Love is a member of the site, as well as having brought several Suicide Girls with her during an appearance on MTV. Sixty-six Suicide Girls appeared in the “Shake Your Blood” PROBOT videoclip. There are many other celebrities among the members of the site, and even among photographers as Dave Navarro or among the models themselves as Zia McCabe of The Dandy Warhols group.

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Another super beautiful girl from Chile as Fay is Daniella Chavez.

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Fay is a super beautiful Suicide Girl: you can find her on suicidegirls.com, Patreon and also on Instagra, where she can boast more than 650 thousand followers. Not too bad for a Suicide Girl!