World’s ‘Most Objectified Women’ Make Powerful Point About Sexism

World’s Most Objectified Women Make Powerful Point About Sexism

Kim Kardashian sent the internet into a frenzy with selfies, and celebrities everywhere are coming to her defence. In particular, her sister Kylie, and famous model Emily Ratajkowski.

Ratakowski recently wrote a powerful essay for Lena Dunham’s website Lenny Letter, which highlighted her refusal to apologize for her sexuality, an essay she suggested men read – in particular Piers Morgan, after he dedicated an entire column to Kim’s selfie, saying it was time for her to cover up.

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She wrote: “Even if being sexualised by society’s gaze is demeaning, there must be a space where women can still be sexual when they choose to be.” Amen to that.


And now, as an objectified woman in the entertainment industry, she’s joined forces with Kim – arguably the most objectified woman in the world – to put an end to slut-shaming. But she wasn’t alone, and shortly after, Kylie and even Sharon Osborne had taken to Instagram to show their support!

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@kimkardashian you inspired me! #liberated #thetalk

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