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Strike a Pose

Ester Gould & Reijer Zwaan

Genre: Documentary

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In 1990, seven young male dancers – six gay, one straight – joined Madonna on her controversial Blonde Ambition tour. Now, 25 years later, they reveal the truth about life during and after the tour which promoted gay rights during the pinnacle of the AIDS crisis. Strike a Pose is a dramatic tale about overcoming shame and finding the courage to be who you are.

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Caitlin Stasey Says A Magazine Pulled Her Interview Because She Wouldn’t Pose Nude

There’s nothing wrong with a woman baring her body on the cover of a magazine, just ask Kim K. or Miley or Olympian Amanda Bingson. But when a woman is told to get naked for a photo shoot and doesn’t want to — and then the magazine pulls her feature — that’s a problem.

Just ask “Neighbours” and “Reign” actress Caitlin Stasey: The native Australian was supposed to grace the cover of Fairfax Media’s magazine Good Weekend, but says the publication dropped her interview once she refused to take her clothes off.

Through a series of tweets, Stasey explained to fans what apparently went down with the Good Weekend photoshoot.

On Friday, Stasey told The Huffington Post that it was not the concept of nudity she rejected, but how the magazine handled the situation. “Nudity is not inherently sexual, it isn’t shameful and doesn’t even need to be powerful,” she said. “But what was asked of me was highly stylized, highly sexualized imagery of me in panties, orchestrated by a man who never asked my permission and then disregarded my request to have the photos they would be taking of me, actually reflect me.”

Stasey added that she was under the impression the feature was “a story about me, about my work, about my world view,” and that she would not allow the magazine or its editors to proceed with “designing my message and using my body as a prop to incite interest and circulation,” she said.

The magazine’s editor, Ben Naparstek, told ABC that he believed Stasey had, in fact, agreed to be naked in the photos. Stasey later shared emails the editor had sent to prove that she actually had not signed off on a nude shoot.

Stasey tweeted a screenshot of an email she says she received from the magazine informing her that “the paper did not want to spend the budget on a photo shoot if the concept that they had envisioned wasn’t going to be used.” 

In recent months, Stasey had been vocal about her frustration with the objectification of women. She founded Herself.com, a website that empowers women to reclaim their bodies by photographing them naked, but in a non-sexualized way.

“While no woman should ever have to justify her desire to stay clothed, it’s imperative that we recognize the distinction between empowerment and objectification,” Stasey told HuffPost. “Empowerment is when the subject is in control of the situation/imagery, and objectification is when the subject is coerced or exploited to fuel someone else’s means.”

Although Stasey was photographed in the nude for her website, she made clear on Twitter that that doesn’t mean she will strip at anyone’s beck and call — and certainly not Good Weekend’s. “The issue isn’t the photography itself but the expectation, the entitlement and those working under the assumption that I’d be comfortable posing naked for a publication purely because I had appeared naked previously,” she said. 

And, for some ~feminist bonus points~ here is the awesome meme that Stasey made — feat. Naparstek, the dude who apparently assumed Stasey would pose nude, even though she says she never agreed to do so.

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Caitlin Stasey Says A Magazine Pulled Her Interview Because She Wouldn’t Pose Nude

There’s nothing wrong with a woman baring her body on the cover of a magazine, just ask Kim K. or Miley or Olympian Amanda Bingson. But when a woman is told to get naked for a photo shoot and doesn’t want to — and then the magazine pulls her feature — that’s a problem.

Just ask “Neighbours” and “Reign” actress Caitlin Stasey: The native Australian was supposed to grace the cover of Fairfax Media’s magazine Good Weekend, but says the publication dropped her interview once she refused to take her clothes off.

Through a series of tweets, Stasey explained to fans what apparently went down with the Good Weekend photoshoot.

On Friday, Stasey told The Huffington Post that it was not the concept of nudity she rejected, but how the magazine handled the situation. “Nudity is not inherently sexual, it isn’t shameful and doesn’t even need to be powerful,” she said. “But what was asked of me was highly stylized, highly sexualized imagery of me in panties, orchestrated by a man who never asked my permission and then disregarded my request to have the photos they would be taking of me, actually reflect me.”

Stasey added that she was under the impression the feature was “a story about me, about my work, about my world view,” and that she would not allow the magazine or its editors to proceed with “designing my message and using my body as a prop to incite interest and circulation,” she said.

The magazine’s editor, Ben Naparstek, told ABC that he believed Stasey had, in fact, agreed to be naked in the photos. Stasey later shared emails the editor had sent to prove that she actually had not signed off on a nude shoot.

Stasey tweeted a screenshot of an email she says she received from the magazine informing her that “the paper did not want to spend the budget on a photo shoot if the concept that they had envisioned wasn’t going to be used.” 

In recent months, Stasey had been vocal about her frustration with the objectification of women. She founded Herself.com, a website that empowers women to reclaim their bodies by photographing them naked, but in a non-sexualized way.

“While no woman should ever have to justify her desire to stay clothed, it’s imperative that we recognize the distinction between empowerment and objectification,” Stasey told HuffPost. “Empowerment is when the subject is in control of the situation/imagery, and objectification is when the subject is coerced or exploited to fuel someone else’s means.”

Although Stasey was photographed in the nude for her website, she made clear on Twitter that that doesn’t mean she will strip at anyone’s beck and call — and certainly not Good Weekend’s. “The issue isn’t the photography itself but the expectation, the entitlement and those working under the assumption that I’d be comfortable posing naked for a publication purely because I had appeared naked previously,” she said. 

And, for some ~feminist bonus points~ here is the awesome meme that Stasey made — feat. Naparstek, the dude who apparently assumed Stasey would pose nude, even though she says she never agreed to do so.

— This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.



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‘Batman v. Superman’ and ‘Suicide Squad’: Ben Affleck, Will Smith, Cara Delevingne Pose for THR’s Epic Group Photo


Good and evil collided at The Hollywood Reporter’s exclusive Comic-Con photo shoot with the directors and stars of Warner Bros.’ upcoming DC Comics adaptations.

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Kate Moss Won’t Pose Nude Anymore, But There’s Still The Internet

Models often become famous for wearing the creations of major fashion designers. But when it comes to Kate Moss, the British bombshell solidified her supermodel status by posing nude.  

But it looks like the supermodel is putting her body-baring days behind her. 

 According to The Mirror, the 41-year-old fashion icon will no longer pose nude in order to spare her 12-year-old daughter, Lila Grace, from embarrassment. 

 “I don’t think my daughter wants to see me on the toilet. Lila has seen me nude,” Moss told The Mirror. “She went: ‘Yes, Mummy, there is a lot of you in those pictures.’ She saw the Playboy thing – she didn’t see the inside but she knew about the whole thing.”

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 Moss has flaunted her flesh for countless publications and fashion campaigns. Her Calvin Klein “Obsession” ad is legendary. Her St. Tropez campaign is stunning. Her March 2014 feature for Lui was shocking. And the list goes on and on. 

 

 

And while it’s noble of her to think about shielding her tween daughter from her exhibitionist ways, there’s one problem: the Internet.

 That’s right, thanks to modern technology Moss’ daughter will only be a few key strokes away from seeing her mother in the buff. But again, we appalaud her efforts. 

 

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Celebrities Pose For Vanity Fair And Facebook's WHCA Party Portraits

Vanity Fair teamed up with Facebook to celebrate 2014’s Vanity Fair and Bloomberg White House Correspondents’ Association Party, where dozens of celebrities gathered on Saturday, May 3, following the WHCA Dinner. From Sofia Vergara and Julia Louis-Dreyfus to Patrick Stewart and Joel McHale, stars posed alongside leading figures from the worlds of politics, entertainment, media and tech at Villa Firenze, the residence of the Italian ambassador to the United States.

Acclaimed photographer Mark Seliger captured these breathtaking portraits of guests inside one of the most power-packed parties of the year.

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Jennifer Lopez has taken to Twitter to unveil the cover art and title of her upcoming album, “A.K.A.” As various outlets have noted, this is a very “steamy” cover, in which she “sizzles,” “looks attractive” and “should get pulses racing.”

The album, which will be released on June 17 via Capitol Records, will include singles “First Love” and “I Luh Ya Papi,” both released earlier this year (with the video for the latter notably inciting a discussion about sexism in the music industry).

Music has always been my first love,” Lopez wrote in a press release. “As a girl who grew up in the Bronx, I listened to everything. In my career I have always made music that is a reflection of me and where I am in my life … And on this, my 10th album release, I have created a collection of songs that make me feel good and make me feel happy.”

In other J.Lo news, Billboard has announced that the singer will receive the Icon Award at the BBMA ceremony later this year, officially becoming the fourth person and first woman ever to be honored with the title. So, congratulations to J. Lo, on both being an icon and having “ample cleavage.”
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