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A lot of attention has been cast upon two of the three girls who appeared in Playboy’s Girls of the Big Ten issue. This is mainly because they come from two of the top sororities on campus, which left their members scrambling to ask me to post statements in my articles like “the actions of this girl do not reflect the core values of (insert house here).” Yeah, yeah I know, sororities are all about sisterhood and community service. Got the memo.
But one girl got lost in the cracks, the third model, a GDI calling herself “Renee Alison,” who curiously I knew nothing about until I read this article in the Michigan Daily yesterday. And as it turns out, I really should have paying more attention to her from the start, despite the fact she doesn’t come with a fun sorority tag.
“Renee” is a senior in the nursing program, bartends at the Blue Leprechaun and is from Northville, MI, (OTR trivia: also my hometown, but I don’t know her). She opted to show us both top AND bottom in the magazine, and her Daily feature which details her reveling in the “fame” that come with posing in Playboy is one of the strangest, saddest, most uncomfortable things I’ve ever read. Behold:
“Childhood make-believe games are usually just that — a fantasy. But for School of Nursing senior Renee Alison, a childhood imagination became reality when she posed in the October issue of Playboy magazine
“When I was in 5th grade, I was 11 years old and I was a Playboy Bunny for Halloween," she said. "I had a little T-shirt on, and the bunny ears and curly hair.”
Posing in Playboy was a “childhood dream” of yours? You dressed up like a Playboy Bunny in 5th grade? Uh, if you don’t mind me asking, who exactly raised you? Oh, well to answer that question:
“My dad was really excited,” Alison said, who is from Northville. “He calls everyone he knows (to tell them) that I’m going to be in there.”
What the…? I don’t even know what to say. Not only is your dad “excited” about you being naked in a magazine, but he goes and tells everyone he knows about it? I have no idea where to even start with the seven different levels of ****ed up that is. Look, normally, I’m open to reserving judgment in these sorts of scenarios, but I can’t help but point out that there’s something very wrong about these last three quotes. I’m all about “freedom of expression” and all that crap, but really, a childhood dream of publicly posing nude encouraged by your father? Someone tell me I’m not alone here when I go ahead and file that under “disturbing.”
So as it turns out, I don’t always need sorority girls to provide me with material. As it turns out, any blonde with a life-long desire to take her clothes off will do.
Story/Photo Credit: Caitlin Schneider/Clif Reeder for the Daily