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Everyone just staring at her ass in horror...
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Someone come take out the trash:disgusted:
 
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I've never liked her; she's trashy and total Playboy material. Her knockers are way too big and she doesn't fit the high fashion label at all. She has so many pics on her Instagram of her pushing her boobs together like she's in some porno. Her face reminds me of Sophia Loren's and it's not bad but the lips totally kill any editorial/runway vibe she could have had.
 
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I've never liked her; she's trashy and total Playboy material. Her knockers are way too big and she doesn't fit the high fashion label at all. She has so many pics on her Instagram of her pushing her boobs together like she's in some porno. Her face reminds me of Sophia Loren's and it's not bad but the lips totally kill any editorial/runway vibe she could have had.

 
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Her face shape, eyes, and lips are what I mostly see to be very similar. Just imagine a fatter version of her and you have Sophia Loren 2.0.

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I have to add that she has gotten sooo much work on her face - I preferred her original look when she was first gaining attention over this instagram blow-up doll look she's got going on. She got a nose job, had her already full lips further injected, and I have a feeling she got fillers or something to make her face more sculpted. Don't know the full extent of her work but you can tell from before and after photos. I just feel like everyone online is going for the same "instagram girl" aesthetic these days and trying to look the same. It's boring. Her original face was more unique.
 

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I have to add that she has gotten sooo much work on her face - I preferred her original look when she was first gaining attention over this instagram blow-up doll look she's got going on. She got a nose job, had her already full lips further injected, and I have a feeling she got fillers or something to make her face more sculpted. Don't know the full extent of her work but you can tell from before and after photos. I just feel like everyone online is going for the same "instagram girl" aesthetic these days and trying to look the same. It's boring. Her original face was more unique.
I never liked her face so watching her pump her face with fillers didn't really upset me or anything. It's just so amusing to watch her slowly metamorphose into an emu (you cannot tell me you don't see the resemblance) over time.
 
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I know it’s definetly not sg content but I saw this and laughed 😂
She is soo meant to be a porn star. NOT a model. And as I see she has the talent too...
 
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I know it’s definetly not sg content but I saw this and laughed 😂
She is soo meant to be a porn star. NOT a model. And as I see she has the talent too...
seems to me that most girls today aspire to be porn stars with the way they are sexualising themselves on tiktok etc so the meme still holds i suppose
 
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NY Mag just published an essay from Emily alleging that a photographer, Jonathan Leder, sexually assaulted her several years ago during a shoot. (I say "alleging" because it's a firsthand account and there hasn't been a response from him or a due-process investigation yet.) But somehow, even in a serious piece of writing that I admit makes me respect her a tad more, she manages to be extremely irritating:

Something switched inside me then. As I looked at the images, I grew competitive. This guy shoots all these women, but I’m going to show him that I’m the sexiest and smartest of them all. That I am special. I chewed on my lower lip as I handed the neat stack of Polaroids back to Jonathan.

I wondered what kind of damage this would do to my career as an actress. Everyone had told me to shy away from being “sexy” in order to be taken seriously, and now an entire book containing hundreds of images of me, some of them the most compromising and sexual photos of me ever taken, was available for purchase. And from what was being said online, a lot of people believed the entire situation had been my doing. I, after all, had posed for the photos.

“You know, I thought you would be bigger. A big girl,” he said, his brow furrowing as he picked up another Polaroid for inspection. He told me that when he Googled me prior to our meeting, he’d seen a particular shoot that left him with this impression.

“You know, big-boned. Fat.” He half-smiled.

“Yeah, no,” I said, laughing. “I’m like really, really tiny.”
 
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“You know, I thought you would be bigger. A big girl,” he said, his brow furrowing as he picked up another Polaroid for inspection. He told me that when he Googled me prior to our meeting, he’d seen a particular shoot that left him with this impression.
Only one shoot left him with that impression? :smash:
 
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she manages to be extremely irritating
OMG I eyerolled so hard. I started scrolling thru it and one of the first sentences I read
''The wild-looking flowers substitute for my head, as if the arrangement had grown skinny legs''

:nervous: Cringe. Imma have to disagree with that

 
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Sorry to spam the thread... I pressed post too soon.

Honestly, I didn't know how to feel about the article. On one hand, I felt extremely sympathetic to Emrata (much more than I was expecting) and on the other hand, I felt like she was incredibly naive to believe some of the things she did or expect what she expected with regards to the respect of her body when it's being used in pursuit of fulfillment of another's artistic vision.
Some of the things in the article really rubbed me the wrong way, such as important artists making a ton of money on the "cultural commentary" of less socially capitalized young women/models whose image was used. I find this to be different from a modelling job in that the model posted an instagram to express themselves, and in service to their own image, rather than to sell a brand. This image is repackaged by a (in this case) man with power and pastiche and suddenly it's a critique. This whole exchange of her having to buy herself made me judge her as less narcissistic for having that huge picture, and made me feel like it is actually sort of punk of her to have it.

The article made me really think about empowerment, such as it exists in our society, and the idea of the commodification of sex in the heteronormative context. Beautiful women are considered smart for monetizing their sexuality and looks as a tradable commodity in the context that it is something in demand. However this isn't a market where individual "producers" of beauty have any special power. They aren't "wage setters", rather they are "price takers", and any power they do have is at the hand of the "demanders" or consumers of their commodity (their bodies/ it's image). And who drives demand in this market? In the historical context it has been men, but today is men and women. In this view, while the models (suppliers of beauty/their bodies/ image) are marginally better off getting something rather than nothing for their beauty, and some will get quite alot (thinking of girls for whom modeling provided opportunities to which they would have never otherwise had access), they ultimately have little to no power* in a consumer driven market. When what is being demanded is a body or an image of self, this is a serious statement. The suppliers have no agency over their image in this market. In this sense, the commodification of female sexuality is not empowering but rather regressive, because the females themselves are conducting business in a marketplace where they will always be price takers, and suppliers of what the more privileged are able to demand, not driving the market themselves.

I think many people thought social media would change this structure, and I think to some extent it did. But the structure is still there, and when you sign up to be in this market you have to expect to play by its rules, and I do think Emrata should have known that.

*I'm not talking about certain outliers, even including Emrata who is now more of a wage setter herself, or others who have parlayed modeling into other, more lucrative careers.
 
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NY Mag just published an essay from Emily alleging that a photographer, Jonathan Leder, sexually assaulted her several years ago during a shoot. (I say "alleging" because it's a firsthand account and there hasn't been a response from him or a due-process investigation yet.) But somehow, even in a serious piece of writing that I admit makes me respect her a tad more, she manages to be extremely irritating:
The photographer’s response had me raising my eyebrows:

“You do know who we are talking about right? This is the girl that was naked in Treats! magazine, and bounced around naked in the Robin Thicke video at that time. You really want someone to believe she was a victim?”
 
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NY Mag just published an essay from Emily alleging that a photographer, Jonathan Leder, sexually assaulted her several years ago during a shoot.
OMFG :smash: ... even by HER description, which I am sure is very selective, that doesn't sound anywhere close to sexual assault. #sorrynotsorry
 

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OMFG :smash: ... even by HER description, which I am sure is very selective, that doesn't sound anywhere close to sexual assault. #sorrynotsorry
Wait, was that :smash: to me or Emrata? I’m going off of what she alleges in the piece (that he got her drunk and fingered her during a shoot without her permission).

I do think it’s interesting that the word “assault” never appears in her words but is all over headlines from B-grade celeb outlets writing about the piece -- as if its omission were strategic.
 
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Wait, was that :smash: to me or Emrata?
Her.

I’m going off of what she alleges in the piece (that he got her drunk
He "got her drunk" or she got drunk?

fingered her during a shoot without her permission
Maybe I'm just getting old and I'm not woke enough, but I've never actually given someone permission to finger me.

Him/Her: "May I put my finger(s) inside you?"

Me: "idk how many?"

Him/Her: "idk one, maybe two? not three though"

Me: "Why certainly. Yes you may."

omg so hot

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OMFG :smash: ... even by HER description, which I am sure is very selective, that doesn't sound anywhere close to sexual assault. #sorrynotsorry
Hmm I would disagree. From what I read of the article she wasn't comfortable in the situation and he did cross a line and take advantage of her with the incident and also afterwards by publishing her photos. This does not make me like Emily as a model any more, and it may not fall completely under the definition of "assault", but what he did is still sick and wrong.
 
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Hmm I would disagree. From what I read of the article she wasn't comfortable in the situation and he did cross a line and take advantage of her with the incident and also afterwards by publishing her photos. This does not make me like Emily as a model any more, and it may not fall completely under the definition of "assault", but what he did is still sick and wrong.
Whilst I agree he may have taken advantage of her, I agree with @FashionThin that what he did doesn't come close to sexual assault. Based on the article, it sounds like he thought she was into him. She admitted she flirted with him, they sat under a blanket together talking (it's not clear in the article but it sounds like she was wearing only lingerie at the time?), she also can't remember if they kissed or not. To be clear, I am not saying she was "asking for it", just that it sounds like he was under the impression his sexual advances would be welcome. The second she made it clear that his sexual advances were not welcome by pushing him away, he got up and left the room. If he had kept trying after she'd pushed him away, then yes, agree that is disgusting.

In terms of what he did by publishing the photos, I don't agree that publishing them was sick and wrong either. According to the article, he had a release from her to use the photos for whatever purpose he wanted, signed by her agent. She claims that her agent's signature was forged on the release. I call bullshit. Likely explanation is that her agent just doesn't want to admit that she signed emrata's rights away. Also, this photoshoot occurred when emrata was quite a new model...in my experience, it's pretty common at that level for model releases to give the client pretty broad rights to use the photos for whatever purpose the client wants. It's not until the model becomes more established/famous that the client will agree to having narrower usage rights over the photos. The only time I've ever been involved in negotiations over usage rights is when the model has been somewhat famous. For lesser known models, I've always secured the rights for my client to do whatever they want with the photos. I'm not convinced that emrata would've been able to negotiate the right to restrict Leder's use of her image. If emrata wants to blame someone for what happened to her photos, she should blame herself for being so naive to assume that she's always had the right to control what clients could do with her image.
 
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