Jennifer Lawrence appears topless (but covering up her bountiful bosom) on the cover of “Vanity Fair.” Inside the magazine she talks about how she was the victim of a sex crime when her seemingly thousands of nude pics were hacked and shown for all the world (or those who know the really good web sites) to see.
Saying stupid shit like that is not only … well … stupid but it’s insulting to those who actually have been the victims of sex crimes. People looked at pictures of you naked. You’re comparing that to someone who was raped?
I rarely get too serious on this site because I do it for fun. Just like JLaw took the seemingly million nude pics of herself for fun. Were you embarrassed that so many people saw them? I’m sure you were. Will your career suffer in any significant way as a result? Of course not. You’re an amazing actress who everyone wants to work with and oh by the way you’re smoking hot with a great body.
So forgive me if I’m struggling to muster up any sympathy for you here sweetheart. Looking at nude women isn’t something new. It’s been around for as long as nude women have. It’s part of our DNA. We like beautiful things and if those beautiful things have great tits and are bending over showing me a great ass you’re damn straight I’m gonna look. And chances are I’m gonna cum too.
Yeah I’ve seen your pics Jen and they are glorious. If you think I’ve somehow sexually assaulted you as a result I strongly urge you to spend some time with actual victims of sex crimes, especially the ones who aren’t rich and famous and have the world at their feet. Maybe then you’ll see that looking at nude pics of celebrity chicks isn’t really all that big of a deal.
Oh and PS – please take more nudes. I can’t wait to see more of you.