To anyone who has worked in film or theater, these offers to perform in ‘bonus scenes’ raise some very dangerous red flags.
Sure, breastfeeding is natural, but breasts are also sexual: That’s why we don’t need to see them bare. Be courteous of others, ladies.
If we want mothers to be able to comfortably breastfeed their babies, we shouldn’t dictate how, when, and where they’re able to do so.
Latest in the series of feelings versus reality matchups is the idea that the way you present yourself ought to have nothing to do with the way your ideas are perceived.
By either denying their form or self-objectification, feminists are preoccupied with their bodies. They, not men, have failed to stop defining women by sexuality.
Kendall Jenner showing off her breasts isn’t shocking. It doesn’t offer anything of value. It is empty, as gratuitous as a nipple shot in a B movie.
In a time in which outrage is all the rage, maybe we do need a woman who promises to break the Internet.
Amy Schumer was recently praised for the boring cliché of posing naked.
No, not the magazine. The original playboy was too busy reading lines to write them.
Playboy’s news it will no longer publish pictures of naked women prompted an emergency chat between Sexytime columnists Rich Cromwell and Mollie Hemingway.
If women really care about gender equality, we should be encouraging each other to cover up. Meaning, don’t #freethenipple.
There’s something endearing about a risqué throwback to just a swimsuit magazine.
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