On women enjoying sex:
“Sex is normal. Desire is normal. Attention is normal, and that’s okay. That’s really what slut shaming is, right? You talk about this in your book Promiscuities. A woman talks about having sex, and it’s like, well, a guy got to have sex with you, so you’re stupid. You’ve given something up.”
Actress/model Emily Ratajkowski has posed nude on a white horse for US ‘Harper’s Bazaar’ – as she gets chatty with fellow feminist writer Naomi Wolf
Emily Ratajkowski, 25-year-old über-babe and outspoken feminist has posed naked astride a white horse for the latest issue of US Harper’s Bazaar. Framed as a way to call out the body shamers – something Em is becoming known for (remember hertopless bathroom selfie with Kim K?), Emily’s love of showing off that out-of-this-world body is the focus in this interesting interview.
In a one-on-one with author Naomi Wolf (who famously wrote the ’90s feminist manifesto The Beauty Myth, among others), Emily discusses the confusion surrounding her highly sexualised body and identifying with being a Third Wave feminist.
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