Kim Kardashian goes full frontal in latest attempt to break the internet Get celebs updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Kim Kardashian is at it again. But this time, she's gone pretty much full frontal in her attempts to break the internet. The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, who recently welcomed her third child with husband Kanye West, stripped off completely to advertise her new perfume range. The year-old showed off her body in a series of pictures posted to Twitter, captioning each one with the web address for her fragrance line.
Photo leak: Yes, the world has seen her sex tape. But Kim Kardashian still deserves sympathy
The willingness of wilfully famous people like Kim Kardashian to be naked is not new, and neither are the inevitable reactions — have you seen anything but reactions to this on your Facebook feed today? But not every woman who bares it all is necessarily looked down upon. The women whose bodies are in the spotlight navigate a constant negotiation between their ability to act as a means of empowerment and degradation — and only certain women are deemed empowered. When women reveal their naked bodies to the public, we celebrate … but only under the right circumstances.
Kim Kardashian naked didn't break the internet. We've already sold out the female body
Instagram So why is a nude picture of Kim K even news? Because there is all the difference in the world between Kim choosing to show us her bum and an anonymous hacker accessing her private images without her consent, and sharing them. The latter is a crime. In an interview published this weekend , Girls creator Lena Dunham shared two seriously salient points with Sunday Times journalist Katie Glass. Not to mention giving her critics even more slut shaming ammunition.