BEHIND EVERY ANTI-LESBIAN COMMENT IS A STRAIGHT MAN SPURNED
An AfterEllen.com reader (thanks Rachel!) tipped us off to 23-year-old openly gay model Jessica Clark, who starred in the music video for Usher‘s 2004 platinum and gold song "Burn."
Yes, the same Usher who last week said that women were becoming lesbians en masse because there weren’t enough men available.
The "Burn" video is supposedly about a man who is distraught that his girlfriend left him, but it’s much more enjoyable when viewed as a song about Usher lusting after a woman he can’t have because she’s gay. (According to a ContactMusic.com story, that may not be far from the truth.)
Maybe it’s not a lack of men that’s turning women gay, Usher — maybe it’s you!
But enough about him, here are a few modeling photos of Jessica:
Not sure what she’s modeling in this last photo, but I’m not sure it matters, either.
In addition to modeling, the 23-year-old Londoner-turned-New Yorker is now a life coach who watches Dexter, House and The L Word, listens to M.I.A., Amy Winehouse and the Indigo Girls, and reads The Beauty Myth, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, and The Handmaid’s Tale.
You can find all this info and more on her her MySpace page, including a "support same-sex marriage" petition and lots of photos of Jessica and her girlfriend Lacey, like this one:
Sorry Usher (and readers) — looks like Jessica’s definitely off the market!
— by Sarah Warn