Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Old and Scratched

Kari sent me a new edit of an old picture and I love it! Lovely dark atmosphere and a feeling of an actually old picture.



Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Steampunk in the Steam Engine Museum, part 2

More Steam Engine Museum pictures! I didn't even anticipate how nice these would turn out thanks to the coloured lights! The first two pictures are of my "Rosie the Riveter" outfit and it's such a shame you can't see the shoes, since those were borrowed and about two sizes too small for me ;D I basically just laid the shoes on the floor and stood tiptoe in them during the shoot. Not at all comfy, but the things I do for a well put together look...

The dress is flea market find, the harness from PunkRave and the weird apron/bustle thing used to be a wrap-around skirt before I got my hands on it and sewed a bustle of it for another outfit. The goggles I borrowed from my other half.



Photographer: Top Focus
Outfit, make-up, model: Me
Hair: Anniina Eskelinen (Anniina_e)


The next one is of my copper Victorian outfit. I was first a bit hesitant of going with my own hair instead of a wig, but I think it worked very well in the end. The pink gives a little more character to the picture, if I had worn a dark brown wig, basically everything would have been brown. And it's not like I can pass as a Victorian lady with my sleeve tattoo ;D By the way, I got the top of the tattoo fixed in the summer to have a little prettier lace on the top part. The old lace had gone kinda mushy, so it needed a touch up, and now it's perfect!


Photographer: Top Focus
Outfit, make-up, model: Me
Hair: Anniina Eskelinen (Anniina_e)


Photographer: Mika Suvanto (MS Photo Art)
Outfit, make-up, model: Me
Hair: Anniina Eskelinen (Anniina_e)

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Rhinestones, Rhinestones, Rhinestones

Since I didn't know what to do with all the time I had on my first day alone at home in forever, I decided to continue on a craft project. I got the most wonderful made-to-measure underbust corset and skirt made to me by Liisa of Ihmemaassa and I wanted to make some accessories of the left over fabric. I'll do a photoshoot when I have the time (and photographer), but having an outfit is naturally the starting point. Liisa and I chose the fabric so that I could adorn the corset with rhinestones when it was finished, and so I did. I have to say I didn't know how much work it would be, but since I was itching to give my new hot fix tool a go, I can now say that yes, it does work wonderfully.


So I hotfixed about a million rhinestones on the corset and then decided it needs pasties and a little hat go with it. I had seen a rhinestoned skull somewhere on the internet (I'm sorry, I can't find the picture any more!) and wanted to see how that would work. I conveniently had a resin cat skull replica that had yellowed quite badly, so it needed some work anyway. The skull is a bit heavy for a hat, but I'll see how it works and adjust. This hat is quite different from what I usually make, higher and has less feathers and veiling, but I felt the shape of the pasties replicated in the hat might work well.


The pasties are my first try ever, I think I did well! They have a foam layer at their core and are coated in fabric attached with hot glue. I specifically ordered little tassels just for the pasties, as they didn't feel finished when I had added stones.




Now I just have to set up the shoot, but I'm pretty sure it will be awesome with this oufit! Can't wait!

Monday, 28 November 2016

Halloween Photos!

I promised the full body photo of my Halloween/Samhain costume and here it is! We had the lovely Eliza Rask Photography handling the photo booth and the results are awesome, as usual. Go and check all the other costumes on Facebook via this link! The outfits were gorgeous!

I'm home alone for the first time in ages. My husband is having his ankle operated and will have to spend a couple of nights in the hospital. Then some weeks in a cast and finally the ordeal should be done with. He broke his ankle almost a year ago and it didn't heal properly, but hopefully now everything will be fine. Send us good thoughts!


Satan's bride. The dress is second hand as is the veil. The tiara is a necklace
I attached with wire on a headband and the horns are plastic costume horns from eBay.

All the DJs of the evening! Aren't we terrifying? ;D

Sunday, 13 November 2016

Steampunk in the Steam Engine Museum, part 1

I've had a great photoshoot weekend! First we had a little workshop type of event on Saturday at a local steam engine museum with three models and three photographers. Then on Sunday I went to shoot with TiinaMoi in a park.

The first pictures from the first shoot already arrived and I'm blown away, they are simply great!


Photographer: Lauri Majamaa (Studio Majamaa)
Outfit, make-up, model: Me
Hair: Anniina Eskelinen (Anniina_e)


Photographer: Mika Suvanto (MS Photo Art)
Outfit, make-up, model: Me
Hair: Anniina Eskelinen (Anniina_e)

I had two outfits, as you can see. The first one was my copper orange Victorian dress with a little hat, long gloves and lots of pearls, and the second one is supposed to be what a steampunk mechanic might look like (I like Kaylee in Firefly, so that's what I was going for). The museum even had wrenches available for anyone who wanted to take a photo with some as props ;D I love how different the outfits are and also how different the pictures taken by different photographers can be. I really love workshops, you get so much done in a short time! It was wonderful to have Anniina to assist me with dressing and she did my hair perfectly. A half-up do for the Victorian outfit and a messy curly up do for the mechanic.

If you are ever in Tampere and are interested in steam machines, stop by Werstas museum! They have Finland's largest steam engine in its original location and the whole museum is free of charge.

Thanks to everyone involved, I had lots of fun and the pictures are great! I'll post more when the rest are done!

Friday, 11 November 2016

Metallic Olive Nails with Stamps

I have been trying to grow off the rough surface left by acrylic nails and now my own nails are finally in a shape I like. I'm a fan of long nails, but way too lazy to get acrylics touched up often enough. My own nails grow brittle, but using nail oil often seems to do the trick and moisturizes enough so the nails can grow. I have and expensive Essie nail oil, but my favourite is a super cheap essence oil that comes with a little doe foot applicator. It's called Caring Nail Oil and I've gone through about four bottles in a couple of years. I used to think I needed strengthening nail products to make my nails harder, but it turned out they were actually just very dry and broke off easily. Using oil makes my nails more elastic, so instead of breaking, they bend.


The polish on the nails is Gone Glamping by China Glaze. It's an interesting shade which I would call metallic olive. It shifts between olive, green and a light copper, but mostly looks olive-ish. The shade is cool and the shimmer is silvery rather than gold. I wore the plain polish for one day, but it's so light that I felt it needed some spicing up. I happened to have a MoYou London stamping plate called Gothic 3 that I had not had the time to try, so I pulled it out and basically wanted to try all of the patterns! So I did a collection of different stamps just to see which I liked best. In the end the arabesque and a lacy skull pattern were my faves, but all of the stamps were quite nice. The stamping was done with Konad stamping polish and a clear jelly stamper.

Roses with fishnet and a lace skull, perfect stamps for me!


The lovely arabesque stamp. In this one you can also make out the resin
cat skull I'm holding!

Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Revenge of the Snow Queen

I had almost forgotten there were a couple more pictures of my Snow Queen outfit taken with Eliza Rask. I still remember how cold it was to shoot outside, but that's maybe because it's right now colder in Finland than it's been this time of year in over 70 years. Brrrr!



Photographer: Eliza Rask
Model, styling, make-up: Me

With these pictures I also want to celebrate that I was accepted in The Alternative Model Directory! It's an international community for alternative models. I'm most excited about workshops and collaborations they organize, so I'm very happy to have been accepted and look forward to many wonderful projects!


Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Halloween Dress Up!

You might easily guess that I'm a fan of Halloween! I like dressing up, I love masquerades and theme parties, anything that gets my creative juices going. This year I didn't have much energy to prepare, so I opted to re-use an old costume. When I have a blood-drenched wedding gown in my closet, I very much intend to wear it as often as possible!

As usual, I was organizing the Club Underworld and Bella Morte Samhain party. This might be the last time with this team, but maybe then there's something completely new next year! This was the sixth party, so our team has done more than our share making sure that goths can enjoy Samhain in a beautifully decorated place with good music and company :)

A huge thanks to everyone who attended! The costumes were fabulous, as usual, and the burlesque performances by the gorgeous Bella von Wolfkill seemed like the perfect addition to the evening.

But yes, my dress! In 2013 I found a very nice old wedding dress at a charity shop. It had HUGE puffed sleeves, a mermaid silhouette and tons of beading, sequins and lace. So the perfect base for some fake blood! Here you can find pictures of the original dress.

So I spattered tons of fake blood on it (and our bathroom) and the dead bride was born. The dress came with a medium veil, which also got a spattering of blood. The first time I wore the dress, I accidentally glued it to my skin with the fake blood and had hell of a time trying to get out of it when I got home in the early morning hours ;D After that it's been easier, as I have not added any more blood but just let the old fake blood dry and kept it as it is. I also learned that I really, really want to buy the non-sticky fake blood in the future!

This Samhain was the third time I took the dress for a spin, and it worked perfectly. It's just the right length on me with my favourite heels, not too hot to wear, and even though it's a tiny bit snug on my bottom, the top fits very well (I actually took it a bit in when I first got the dress, I don't know how the original owner has been able to move without toppling with that kind of boobage ;D). I came up with Satan's Bride in 2014 and went with that again. Horns + upside down crosses + dark makeup = awesome!



Photo by Ari Rantanen
I don't yet have the photo booth pictures, but these give a good general idea of the costume. Samhain/Halloween is a tricky time to get decent pictures of outfits, but that is why we arranged for a photo booth for guests, so they can document their awesome creations!

If you want to see more pictures of the evening and the guests, here's a link to the event's Facebook album.

Monday, 31 October 2016

Bachelorette Look

I had my bachelorette party a couple of weeks ago! We did things in a non-traditional order: first getting married, then having the wedding party over half a year later, and then after the wedding was my bachelorette party. I can recommend this order, much less stress! I don't think I could have enjoyed a bachelorette party fully before the wedding, as there was so much to do.

I didn't know beforehand what we were going to do at the party, so I just my makeup and chose comfy clothes.

Pastel look done with Sugarpill Sparkle Baby palette. Brows are OCC Black Dahlia lip pecil.
I was amazed at what wonderful things my maids of honor had come up with for the party! We ent to a burlesque dance class to improvise little performances, then to a room escape game and afterwards had a great dinner. I really enjoyed all the activities, and just meeting people who I had not had the time to talk to for a while was nice. Just eating, drinking and chatting, the most basic fun there is!

And I absolutely have to try out more room escape games, that was fun! The concept is that you have a team of people, go into a room and the goal is to find the clues hidden in the room and escape it within a time limit. I like games, and having a physical puzzle game has it's own charm.

Check out my new earrings from H&M Halloween selection ;P They say "Witch Please"




Next I hope to show you my Halloween costume! At Club Bella Morte x Underworld Samhain party we had a professional photographer set up booth to allow guests to get pictures taken of their outfits. I had some extra time (usually I just run around all night long, as there's always something that needs to be done) and got my picture taken too. Can't wait for the result!

Friday, 21 October 2016

Photoshoot with Qumma

I have to say the problems with Finnish Alternative Models turned out to my benefit in the end, as I got a few collaboration requests for photoshoots as a result. Some shoots are still in the making, but one was done and I got the finished pictures!

Qumma is if not the best known Finnish fetish photographer, at least among the best known. He does many kinds of shoots, but I was especially interested in his skill of capturing latex as shiny and nice as it really is.  When he offered to do a shoo with me, I was ecstatic! And even more so when we got a talented make-up artist to join! I think our team was better than any I could have gotten for the prize photoshoot, so things went better than expected.

Here are the results!

Model and wardrobe: Me
Hair and make-up: Sini Silfvenius-Bart
Photographer: Qumma




The first outfit was my rococo underwear set with tons of plastic pearls. I should get a medal for getting my hair stay up when I only had two tiny alligator clips and one hair pin ;D

The second outfit is a chocolate brown latex dress made by Tiina Rikala for a gala I attended. I paired it with Jeffrey Campbell oil slick heels and an antler headdress. The headdress just wouldn't stay on my head, so in the end it was photoed separately. But you can't really tell from the photo, I think!





For the third outfit: glitter latex! You now how crazy I am for this stuff ;D The dress in also made by Tiina Rikala, the heels are Jeffrey Campbell and necklace by Artwithlatex. The thing on my head is actually three separate crystal tiaras, as I couldn't decide which one would look best, and then though the whole bunch goes nicely with a look that this ornamental. The tiaras are by Lumissa's Purple Octopus, she does the best crystal jewellery! She asked if I wanted to switch one tiara for a newer, improved model, as I had earlier purchased two and been very happy with them. Eventually I offered to just buy the new model too, as they all looked so nice and I didn't want to give up any ;P So now I own enough crystal tiaras to last me a while!

The fourth outfit was just a pair of heels, but those photos are only for me and my husband :>

Friday, 14 October 2016

Brass and Copper Look

I haven't played with make-up in ages, but tonight had both the energy and the time for it! So here it finally is, a look with Colourpop metallic shadows!

The dark coppery shadow is called Mooning and the brass one is Kathleenlights. On the waterline I wanted a purple that pops, but it ended up looking a bit muted in pictures. A more blue based purple would have served my purpose better. This purple is Urban Decay pencil in Voodoo, a pretty, mildly sparkly purple, but too red for my waterline.

I used to find it hard to apply Colourpop shadows, as their mousse like formula doesn't adhere to most of my brushes at all. I've been very fond of fluffy synthetic brushes that simply do not pick up any of this type of shadow, no matter what I do. I had the idea to try my new favourite brushes, Zoeva Luxe Shaders, and they were perfect for this! They are not fluffy, but flat, but somehow the shape and bristles are just perfect for blending. This will help my Colourpop shadows see a lot more use, as I'm not very keen on applying eyeshadow with my fingers, as the Colourpop shadows are meant to be used.





Tuesday, 27 September 2016

The Wedding Picture


The wedding was perfect! I'm still too tired to go into details, but here's a photo of us on the day.

The photographer is Eliza Rask, who I nominate for the fastest wedding photographer ever, as the wedding was on a Saturday and we got the finished pictures on Monday. Perfect! I'll tell you more of the party and ceremony later, now I'm off to have beer to recover.

Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Kylie Lip Kit in Dolce K Review

My lipstick obsession continues! I love liquid to matte lippies, so I really wanted to try a Kylie Lip Kit. Good mattes are hard to come by, and I think the packaging with black dripping pattern is very attractive. The price point is a bit high for me (with shipping and customs fees, yikes) but I wanted to give them a try anyway. So here's my take on Dolce K.


First of all I'll say that the shade is very difficult to capture with a camera. On my screen it looks too pink and too dark. Just keep this in mind when looking at the pics!


I really like the packaging. The lipstick and matching lip liner come in a sturdy cardboard box that has a high gloss finish and a picture that shows the shade dripping on the lips. The inside of the printed mouth is finished with a silver foil. The product came with a card that has the same image with foil and white lipstick.


The lipstick and lip liner look and feel high end. The lipstick tube is smooth and the cap is shiny and black. The liner is black matte plastic with a glossy cap and an end piece showing the shade of the product. I thought the lipstick felt nice and heavy when held in my hand, sort of being of high quality, but when I compared it with a ColourPop Ultra Matte they actually weigh the same amount and are identical in dimensions. The Kylie lipstick looks nicer to me, but it might be just that it's brand new and glossy black looks more expensive than the foil print and golden caps ColourPop uses. I'm not sure how well the print on the Kylie lipstick lasts, ColourPop's tends to fade easily.


Kylie Lipstick applicator. Nice and precise, nothing special but does its job.
The lipstick goes on easily an is of a very light consistency. It's still opaque in one layer, which is impressive. It has a very candy like smell, but the perfume disappears almost completely once the lipstick dries on your lips. I have many liquid to mattes and the Kylie one isn't very drying, but feels nice on the lips. Compared to traditional wax base lipstick it is drying, but not anywhere near the most drying mattes I own.

Kylie Lip Kit liner. These are not the twist type but you have to sharpen the pencil. 
The pencil is actually super nice! It's very smooth and feels like a silicon primer when you put it on. It can be smudged, but doesn't do so in regular use, so it isn't a problem. The Lip Kit instructions tell you to first fill in your lips with the liner and then apply one coat of the lipstick. I think this silicone-y consistency of the pencil acts as a primer for the lipstick and does a very good job at it. Compared to a MAC liner, the Kylie one is much lighter and less waxy.

Kylie Lip Kit in Dolce K, swatches of liner and lipstick on bare skin.
I left the photo unaltered, as I couldn't get the colours set in a way that would in my mind represent the colour truly. Dolce K is a pinkish mauve or taupe. A very natural shade, and a pretty one, it just somehow clashes with my skin tone. I have pink undertones and Dolce K makes me look a bit reddish, so it might go better with olive undertones. It makes me sad that it doesn't suit me!



All in all I really love the product, but the shade doesn't work on me. The lipstick goes on like a dream, is very light and lasts well. The liner is super smooth, doesn't smudge and acts as a primer. The packaging is pretty and the product both performs well and feels luxurious. After trying this, the price doesn't feel too high. If someone had asked me if using a lip pencil under liquid to matte works, I would have said no, but these consistencies seem to work perfectly together and support one another.  I have to say I'm impressed with the quality, packaging and uniqueness of this product! I was expecting a regular nice liquid to matte lipstick, but this combination of the lippie and the liner work better than many mattes alone.

While the shade isn't for me, I like the product. I'll most likely sell this kit and order another shade that might suit me better. It's a shame that the shipping to Finland takes a few weeks and the customs fees are a bit steep, but I'm willing to try another shade to see if it works as well as this one and suits me, wish me luck!

Pros

+ Long lasting
+ Light on the lips
+ Liner acts a primer
+ Packaging is gorgeous, it both looks and feels high end

Cons

- High price point
- Long shipping times to Finland
- Hard to find out if a shade works on you before buying the product (yes, I googled, and everyone else seems to look gorgeous in this lipstick ;D)

Sunday, 18 September 2016

Gothic Night Look

I promised to DJ at a new event in Bar Bändäri. They were having a Gothic Night first time ever, and I'm so glad I got to be part of it! Many people came, the music was good and the antique sofas of the bar were soooo nice and comfy and pretty. It's always great to see an event do well!

I went to the hairdressers the day before the event to get my hair dyed and to try out a hairdo for the wedding, so I still had the curls the hairdresser put in. When loose, my hair looked kinda eighties, which is cool! I usually wear larger curls, but this is a fun look too.


Bolero - Artifice Clothing
Dress - Lip Service
Earrings - Kill Star


I just love the different shades the hairdresser put in my hair! There's sections of purple, bright pink and more muted pink and purple. All done with Elumen so my bathroom doesn't look like a massacre after shower and the colour lasts a long time (in hair, not on bathroom floor ;D).


Femme Fatale eyeshadows, some Sugarpill Tako, a pink from Urban Decay Spectrum palette, and glitter lips. I did the lips so that I lined them with a liquid to matte Sephora lipstain (it's actually a lipstick, I don't know why they call it a stain), then added some Urban Decay Jawbreaker to the middle and a bit on top of the stain, then padded on loose glitter. Works like a charm! Thanks to the liquid to matte the lipstick doesn't bleed on smudge at the edges, but the traditional wax based lipstick in the middle is a lot more comfortable to wear. And the glitter just makes everything amazing.

Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Finnish Alternative Models Case Follow Up / Jatkoa Ongelmiin Finnish Alternative Modelsin Kanssa

I hoped this issue would have been done with, but sadly no. I wrote a post earlier describing my problems with the Finnish Alternative Models page/group. A promised photoshoot had not been done and I was kicked out for publicly mentioning my problems with getting it set up.

What happened then was insanity. In another, unrelated group I saw a post from the FAM admin stating that I had been removed from the group due to numerous complaints from customers. I have never done any work through FAM and didn't even know they have customers. It simply could not be true. I sent the admin a message asking them what these complaints were, so that I could understand if this was some kind of a misunderstanding and not pure slander from their part.

A day later I was sent a text purporting to be one of the complaints. I read it through, and it was a piece that stated some former FAM model or models were saying slanderous things about a magazine FAM collaborated with, signed by the editor of the magazine. I asked how this could be something that got me removed from the group, as it clearly stated it was about someone already removed from the group. Not to even mention I had never discussed the magazine anywhere. I got no explanation.

The whole thing seemed a bit shady, so I wrote to the magazine myself to ask if there had been some kind of mix up. It turned out that they had gotten some very weird information from FAM and were asked to write the "complaint". After reviewing the situation they decided to sever all contact with FAM and made a official statement.

At this point, all the admins apart from the founder of the group contacted me one by one, saying they wanted to apologise and would have nothing to do with the mess any more. I respect this, I don't know how involved each admin has been, but I have seen only one personally trying to defame me in public.

After this whole charade I finally got a public apology from the main admin at FAM, but only in Finnish and with some wording that to me sounds that they are trying to gloss over the whole thing as a misunderstanding. To me it looks like one admin deliberately made up lies and spread false information, which is not what I consider to be a misunderstanding.

I have reported this case to the police and will continue to pursue it legally.

I'm writing this piece because today FAM has stated that they are on vacation and will return before winter. While I'm all for learning from mistakes and doing things better, their international following might not have a clue as to what has happened after my failed attempts at getting a promised photoshoot set up. If you are considering collaborating with Finnish Alternative Models, please make sure to be aware that there have been previous problems.

(I don't have a picture suitable for this charade so here's my cat with her tongue out.)


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Toivoin että asia olisi jo ihan taputeltu, mutta kun ei niin ei. Edellisessä tekstissä aiheesta kerroin, että en ole yrityksistäni huolimatta saanut luvattua kuvaussessiota Finnish Alternative Models -ryhmän/sivun kanssa järjestymään, koska heidän päässään hommat eivät toimineet. Mainitsin julkisesti että minulla on ollut haasteita asian kanssa ja sain ryhmästä kenkää.

Sen jälkeen homma lähtikin ihan käsistä. Huomasin, että minulle tuntematon henkilö oli postannut malleihin liittymättömään ryhmään linkin blogikirjoitukseeni. Tähän oli saapunut kommentoimaan FAMin pääylläpitäjä, joka väitti että minut oli erotettu ryhmästä useiden minusta tulleiden reklamaatioiden takia. En ole koskaan tehnyt mitään töitä FAMin kautta, enkä suoraan sanoen edes tiennyt että ryhmällä oli jotain mitä kutsua asiakkaiksi. Ei yksinkertaisesti ollut mahdollista, että joku olisi lähettänyt valituksen tuotteestani tai palvelustani, kun sellaisia ei ollut mihinkään suuntaan liikkunut. Lähetin ylläpitäjälle viestin kysyäkseni mitä nämä valitukset olivat, hartaasti toivoen että kyse olisi jostain megaluokan väärinkäsityksestä, eikä siitä että ihan tietoisesti halutaan aikamme kielellä kusta muroihin.

Päivää myöhemmin minulle lähetettiin arviolta kilometrin mittainen englanninkielinen teksti, joka kuulemma oli yksi minusta tehdyistä reklamaatioista. Luin sen läpi, ja kyseisessä tekstissä FAMin kanssa yhteistyötä tehnyt lehti kertoi että joku tai jotkut FAMista erotetut mallit haukkuvat lehteä julkisesti. Allekirjoituksena lehden päätoimittaja. Kysäisin sitten miten ihmeessä tämä voisi jotenkin olla syy erottamiseeni, kun siinä selkeästi lukee että joku jo erotettu haukkuu jossain lehteä. Enhän mä nyt voi olla samaan aikaan ryhmässä ja erotettu siitä. Schrödingerin malli? Puhumattakaan siitä, että en ole kyllä koko lehdestä maininnut missään sanaakaan. En saanut mitään selitystä.

Päätin sitten ottaa itse yhteyttä lehteen, koska koko homma alkoi kuulostaa tosi oudolta. Menemättä yksityiskohtiin päätoimittaja kertoi saaneensa FAMin ylläpitäjältä tulleiden tietojen pohjalta erikoisen kuvan tilanteesta ja häntä oli pyydetty kirjoittamaan lausunto. Pienen pohdiskelun jälkeen lehdessä päätettiin lopettaa kaikki yhteistyö FAMin kanssa ja tästä annettiin myös julkinen lausunto.

Tässä kohdin yksitellen kaikki muut FAMin ylläpitäjät, paitsi sivun perustaja, lähettivät minulle anteeksipyynnön ja kertoivat etteivät halua sekaantua tilanteeseen. Tämä on hienosti tehty, en tiedä miten osallisena kukakin on ollut, mutta olen nähnyt vain yhden ylläpitäjän julkisesti kirjoittavan törkeitä valheita.

Koko tämän sirkuksen jälkeen sain FAMin pääylläpitäjältä julkisen anteeksipyynnön. Se on vain suomeksi ja mielestäni teksti on vähän sen näköinen, että koitetaan sanoa koko asian olleen väärinkäsitys. Musta näyttää että yksi ylläpitäjistä on ihan tietoisesti valehdellut ja levittänyt tekaistuja väitteitä, mikä ei mielestäni ole kyllä todellakaan mikään väärinkäsitys.

Olen tehnyt tapauksesta rikosilmoituksen ja poliisi tutkii onko rikosta tapahtunut.

Kirjoitan tätä tekstiä siksi, että FAM on tänään ilmoittanut olevansa lomalla ja palaavansa ennen talvea. On toki ihanaa ja mahtavaa että ihmiset oppivat virheistään ja yrittävät uudestaan, mutta koska julkinen anteeksipyyntö on kirjoitettu vain suomeksi, mahdolliset kansainväliset yhteistyökumppanit, joita FAM voi koittaa löytää, eivät tietäisi mitään tästä koko farssista ellen tuo sitä esiin. Haluan, että ihmisillä on tieto tästä tapauksesta käytettävissään, kun he päättävät tekevätkö yhteistyötä Finnish Alternative Modelsin kanssa. Jos harkitset yhteistyötä, pidä mielessä että näinkin vakavia ongelmia on ilmennyt aiemmin.

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