Emily Ratajkowski’s Naked Selfies Create A Wave In The Modelling World: Find The Steamy Pictures Here


Emily Ratajkowski’s Naked Selfies Create A Wave In The Modelling World: Find The Steamy Pictures Here

Emily Ratajkowski’s Naked Selfies Create A Wave In The Modelling World: Find The Steamy Pictures Here

A few days back the social media and media was full of the nude pictures of Emily Ratajkowski’s nude pictures. ”Supermodel Emily Ratajkowski posted a naked, Kim-Kardashian-inspired picture of herself – a month after she said there are better ways to celebrate female sexuality than with saucy photos” reported NYdailynews. “To me, ‘sexy’ is a kind of beauty, a kind of self-expression, one that is to be celebrated, one that is wonderfully female,” Ratajkowski wrote.
Ratajkowski also talked about the fact that it is a woman’s decision what she does with her body and the rest of the world does not have any right to comment. ”But Ratajkowski likely anticipated such reactions. After all, she slammed Kardashian’s naysayers a day before in a series of spirited tweets” clarified the article. ”Love when a man comments on a woman’s decision to post a nude photo. Her body, her career. Sexist bulls—,” wrote Ratajkowski tagging Kim Kardashian. ”She then commended Kardashian for defending herself by sharing an empowering essay – and another nude photo – before ripping those who assumed Kanye West was actually the one behind his wife’s spirited rebuttal” mentioned the article further. “Also love that when a woman stands up for herself everyone thinks it must be her dude speaking for her,” she added further. In another story by NYdaily news , Ratajkowski talked about her teenage years in details. ”We love you, you’re perfect, now hide” was the theme when she was growing up. ”Model-turned-actress Emily Ratajkowski admits she faced immense pressure from family members and school administrators growing up to shield her good looks and suppress her sexuality to protect herself from the world” the article stated. “Teachers, friends, adults, boyfriends … (they) were more often the ones to make me feel uncomfortable or guilty about my developing sexuality,” Emily reveals in a personal essay on Lena Dunham’s online “Lenny” newsletter. She had developed D-cup breasts by age 12, and she was told to constantly wear clothes to reveal her bulging breasts. ”Later that year, she says another family pulled her aside and warned her that she should “hide out” and “keep a low profile” as she grew into her body” the article talked about the trauma which Emily had to go through as a teenager. “Their comments felt much more personal and thus landed that much harder,” Ratajkowski recalls. “I was still figuring out how to put a tampon in, never mind how to understand some of the more complicated aspects of womanhood.” “To me, ‘sexy’ is a kind of beauty, a kind of self-expression, one that is to be celebrated, one that is wonderfully female,” Ratajkowski wrote further. “Why does the implication have to be that sex is a thing men get to take from women and women give up?” she continued. “Most adolescent women are introduced to ‘sexy’ women through porn or Photoshopped images of celebrities. Is that the only example of a sexual woman we will provide to the young women of our culture?” “I refuse to live in this world of shame and silent apologies,” she wrote. “Life cannot be dictated by the perceptions of others, and I wish the world had made it clear to me that people’s reactions to my sexuality were not my problems, they were theirs.” Since Emily opened a clear debate about a society which looks at a woman as an object, will more women celebrities come out and talk about trauma surrounding their sexuality when they were growing up? May be that will help the world to create a safer place for women where they can at least talk if they were taken advantage of when they were young.    

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