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Emily Ratajkowski Posts Topless Twitter Pic with Kim Kardashian

Jewish actress and model Emily Ratajkowsi posted a topless picture with Kim Kardashian on Twitter, with both of them prominently giving the middle finger to the camera. The photo and caption are a clap back to the criticism Kardashian received in March for posting a nude photo on Instagram, drawing attacks from the likes of Piers Morgan and Bette Midler.

Ratajkowski came to Kardashian’s defense and posted a nude photo of her own on Instagram after Kardashian’s initial pic caused such an uproar. This new photo of the two of them shows their solidarity in promoting body positivity and going against slut shaming.

She added another Tweet, stating the importance of women being in control of their sexuality.

Ratajkowski is known for her roles in the movie “Gone Girl” and the TV show “Entourage.” She’s also known for her scantily clad dancing in Robin Thicke’s controversial “Blurred Lines” video.

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