A new stock photography website champions white masculinity.
April 1st, 2019 9:45am, EST
Responding to last week’s launch of Zackary Drucker’s trans-positive stock photo library and an increased presence of women and diverse cultures in stock photography agencies like Getty Images and Shutterstock, Fox News fraternity brother Tucker Carlson has launched Cis-Stock, a new stock photography collection comprised entirely of photos of heterosexual caucasian men. The agency promises to deliver a counter balance to Drucker’s initiative, Getty’s 2013 Lean In collection, and what Carlson describes as a “libtard-cuck, Benetton-ization visual narrative.”
“White men are rapidly becoming a minority,” Carlson tells Humble Arts Foundation’s editors, “not only on Ivy League college campuses and placards to confederate soldiers, but in our representation in photos of business handshakes, women laughing alone eating salad, and family barbecues. These fascist diversifier virtue signalers think they are all colorful and ‘kumbaya,’ but their multi-ethnicities are erasing an important part of history that Cis-Stock aims to preserve.”
When asked about the agency’s name choice, Carlson says “most importantly, it’s a necessary step in the culture wars. It’s a reclamation of white, heterosexual, cis-male identity. It says ‘we’re proud of our stock visual heritage and we don’t want to see it disappear.’ But honestly,” he adds, while holding Humble’s Jewish curator and co-founder in a tightening headlock, “think it’s got a great ring to it. We should embrace our cis-y-ness.”
The “beta” version of the collection launches today, April Fools day with 1.5 million images of white men, and plans to add millions more in the coming weeks.