Has Kim Kardashian broken the Internet again with another nude picture?
If you haven’t seen it, Kim Kardashian posted a nude picture of herself this week and then was bombarded with comments from haters. How did Kim K. respond? With an epic bombshell that no one saw coming [see her response below].
First off, let’s be clear, I have no desire to see Kim Kardashian’s most likely fake boobs and ass in my social media feed. That said I am not going to hate on her for feeling empowered by her body. We can bash Kim Kardashian for a lot of things, including marrying Kanye and that other random guy for 72 days. However, loving her body and owning her sensuality is not a crime.
If woman like Kim Kardashian or Susan Sarandon, who also was recently body-shamed for being too sexy at the SAG Awards, weren’t meant to show off their curves, then I don’t think God would had given women such curvy bodies. There are no pictures of Eve, as there were no cameras back then, but I gotta believe Eve was no anorexic looking chic that got Adam to eat an apple. So let’s keep it real, we were meant to own our sensuality as women!
I never thought I say these following words, but I am going to say it and it will be in print so I can’t take it back. Ok, here it goes… Kim Kardashian is actually a role model. Yikes, I said it!
Why do I think she is a role model? Because the media is constantly body-shaming women and sending out negative body messages to our young girls. Instead of empowering our future women, the media teaches them they should feel the need to diet regularly, have bigger boobs, the right nose, or a tan.
At what point do we stand together as women to say it’s ok to yell to the world, “I love my body, I’m comfortable with my sexuality and I don’t fucking care what you think!”?
This body-shaming trend really needs to stop because to answer Kim Kardashian’s question, yes, she is allowed to be sexy and empowered by her body. We all can learn a thing or two from Kim K. when it comes to loving our bodies.