Sabrina Vaz – Young and Beautiful Cover (Lana Del Rey)

A truly beautiful and poignant video from loyal and esteemed reader Sabrina Vaz :

11 thoughts on “Sabrina Vaz – Young and Beautiful Cover (Lana Del Rey)”

  1. OMG: holding a cigarette and with an older guy? The jealous femihags are really going to blow a gasket over this one! Maybe even more than the ‘Wrecking Ball’ video.

    Let’s all hope that Sabrina represents a counter-culture among Anglo-American girls: rejecting feminism and political correctness and acting like normal women again!

  2. “OMG: holding a cigarette and with an older guy? The jealous femihags are really going to blow a gasket over this one!”

    Well she did promise us she would ‘help out with any videos’, hehe…

    Surely it’s only a matter of time before Sabrina is picked up by a major label and turned into a global superstar? She has everything – genuine beauty, an amazing voice, natural ‘star’ quality, already a huge fanbase…

  3. @theantfeminist,
    I’m certain this post will attract at least a little attention, thus comments from old and fat, JEALOUS femihags, or if we’re really lucky, anxious and defensive (and very horny) paedocrites.
    Can I ask you please to relax your normally very strict moderation policy which bans all feminist troll’s comments and maybe just this once (or twice) allow one or two to slip through?
    Especially if they are from those hilarious, obviously seething and enraged, bright green skinned old bags? Please….?

    And, even better: perhaps even follow up such comments with your classic retorts that exposes and ridicules their broodmare sexual jealousy?

  4. Put it this way – this is a loyal and esteemed female reader of :

    And this is one of manboobz’s ‘female’ groupies :

  5. The same day that Sabrina left a comment on this site, she tweeted something about being ‘young and beautiful’.

    As for Sabrina singing ‘will you still love me when I’m no longer young and beautiful’, I think it’s apparent that Sabrina will still have a dignified beauty when she becomes an older woman, in the manner of Yulia’s mother.

    In fact Sabrina’s mother is still very good looking much like Yulia’s mother.

    Anyway, with the science advancing so quickly, perhaps Sabrina belongs to the generation that will never grow old..

  6. I noticed the same thing in the ‘Wrecking Ball’ video (unfortunately it was prohibited in Britain). Sabrina came across as not only looking sexy but elegant and feminine too. That was NOT the same feeling I had watching Miley’s version.

    I think it’s a difficult concept for men to express generally. There may be some truth to the old proverb about ‘beauty coming from within’. Even back in the 1920s, Sabrina’s ancestor-in-spirit, Clara Bow, had that same ‘aura’. She was both sexy AND approachably feminine. Even the film critics back then couldn’t find a good way to describe so they said simply ‘She has IT’. Clara became known as the ‘IT Girl’ and so have many women like her ever since.

    Yulia too has that same ‘vibe’. Though I don’t think she’s quite as pretty as Sabrina or Clara, a normal man could still fall in love with her quite easily (and a lot of men do).

  7. @Eric, I share your sentiments. I get a sense that Sabrina, as well as Yulia, have that gentle and quiet feminine spirit that girls and women are supposed to have.

  8. Since our love Sabrina made these beautiful covers of ‘Young and Beautiful’ and ‘Summertime Sadness’, I’ve gotten quite into the music of Lana Del Rey. I wasn’t aware that she (Lana) has actually courted controversy with her views on feminism :

    “Having been labeled as antifeminist multiple times in the past,[69][71][72] Del Rey dismissed feminism in June 2014, telling The Fader: “For me, the issue of feminism is just not an interesting concept. I’m more interested in, you know, SpaceX and Tesla, what’s going to happen with our intergalactic possibilities. Whenever people bring up feminism, I’m like, god. I’m just not really that interested.”[171] She also defended herself against the accusations of antifeminism, saying “For me, a true feminist is someone who is a woman who does exactly what she wants. If my choice is to, I don’t know, be with a lot of men, or if I enjoy a really physical relationship, I don’t think that’s necessarily being anti-feminist. For me the argument of feminism never really should have come into the picture. Because I don’t know too much about the history of feminism, and so I’m not really a relevant person to bring into the conversation. Everything I was writing was so autobiographical, it could really only be a personal analysis.”[1”

    She also openly boasts of preferring older men :

    I think one of her songs also references ‘Lolita’.

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