Monday, July 14, 2014

Sexy women scorned: a review

Tech-media-tainment has long covered how government and societal leaders seek to punish women for celebrating their sexuality.
What follows is a list of articles on sexy women scorned.
While most of my coverage centers on the United States, similar attitudes exist in Europe.
In April, model Georgia Eden was kicked out of a Miss England competition because she posted a topless picture of herself online to promote a breast cancer campaign. She covered her nipples with a hand and an arm.
Eden was told the selfie photo violated the rules of the competition because it brought the event into disrepute, the Daily Mail reported. The 22-year-old model was participating in the Miss Oxfordshire heat of the competition.

Conservatives want young women to cover up more (July 13, 2014)

America hues to its puritanical roots when it comes to nudity (July 12, 2014)

Society needs to stop ‘slut shaming’ (July 11, 2014)

Duke student/porn star Belle Knox turning lemons into lemonade (April 5, 2014)

Porn stars invited to high school proms. What’s the harm? (March 28, 2014)

In defense of streaking (Oct. 13, 2013)

America continues to punish sexy women (June 5, 2013)

Prostitution cases frequently a waste of law enforcement resources (June 4, 2013)

Absurd morality against sexy women who model extends to Europe (Jan. 18, 2013)

Public treats porn performers, nude models like criminals (Jan. 17, 2013)

Being a porn actress isn’t a crime, so women shouldn’t be harassed because of it (April 3, 2011)

Photo: English model Georgia Eden takes a controversial selfie to promote breast cancer awareness.

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