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03 de diciembre de 2017

La modelo fue elegida por The love magazine para ser parte de su calendario y mirá cómo posó.

Emily Ratajkowski se animó a una producción de fotos distinta, y más hedonista que glamorosa.

La modelo fue una de las elegidas por la revista The love magazine para formar parte de su calendario, junto a otras celebrities, como Gigi and Bella Hadid, Jourdan Dunn, Karlie Kloss.


Lo curioso fue el tema que eligió Ratajkowski para ambientar la producción: optó por celebrar uno de los grandes placeres: la comida. Bajo el hashtag #StayStrong (mantente fuerte) Emily posa en ropa interior blanca y roja arriba de una mesa llena de spaghetties, que incluso come.

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La editora Katie Grand dijo sobre la producción de fotos que “fue festiva, divertido y todo lo que nosotros amamos sobre las mujeres disfrutando de ser mujer, en sus propias condiciones”.

“It’s festive, it’s fun and it’s everything we love about women enjoying ghettbeing women, on their own terms.”

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Qué dijo Emily

"Yo quiero hacer lo que quiero hacer. Estoy cansada de tener que pensar en cómo me ven los hombres si uso una pollera corta o poso sexy en Instagram”, sostuvo Emily en declaraciones a la revista.

Para mí, la sexualidad femenina y la atraccion sexual -no importa cuán condicionada pueda estar por la idea patriarcal- puede ser un arma de empoderamiento para la mujer si ella siente que eso la empodera. La manera que me visto, actúo, bailo, tengo sexo, son decisiones mías y no deberían ser condicionadas por los hombres. Ser sexy para mí es divertido. Nunca voy a tener que disculparme por eso”, sostuvo.



On the 3rd day of Christmas my true #LOVEADVENT gave to me @emrata’s amazing polemic on female empowerment. “To me, female sexuality and sexiness, no matter how conditioned it may be by a patriarchal ideal, can be incredibly empowering for a woman if she feels it is empowering to her. The way I dress, act, flirt, dance, have sex - those are my decisions and they shouldn't be impacted by men. Being sexy is fun and I like it. I should never have to apologize for that. My life is on my terms and if I feel like putting on sexy underwear, it’s for me. Personal choice is the core ideal in my concept of feminism. Katie directed us to say ‘Stay Strong’ at the end of each video and I think it's a message from one woman to another. You're watching a video of a girl grinding in lingerie or whatever else and she is looking into the camera at the end saying, ‘you do you, however YOU want to, fuck the rest’. In the wake of the Harvey fallout and women coming forward with incredible amounts of sexual harassment cases, I have been so disappointed to hear women talk about "modesty" and "our responsibility" as if we need to, yet again, adjust to make it "easier" for the rest of the world. I'm tired of having to consider how I might be perceived by men if I wear the short skirt or post a sexy Instagram. I want to do what I want to do. Feminism isn't about adjusting, it's about freedom and choice. Do you think viewers will understand that, given the current wider conversation about the sexual objectification of women? why or why not? What are the risks? This is something I've battled with personally and publicly. I've had men comment on sexy images of me online and say "this is empowering to you? Ha! I just masturbated to it so hope you feel good about yourself!" I guess that's the way people can react, which ironically, ultimately serves my point. I don't care about your reaction or what you do with my expression of self. In fact, it has nothing to do with you at all and that's the point-which is why it feels good. Ultimately, if a woman wants to wear a burka or nothing at all, it's great if it's what she wants and feels good about.”#STAYSTRONG Link in bio to full film

Una publicación compartida por LOVE MAGAZINE (@thelovemagazine) el