The 2018 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is called “In Her Own Words” and it’s meant to smash stigma. It’s the first time the Swimsuit Issue will feature a nude spread shot by a female photographer, Taylor Ballantyne, and an all-women crew.
The 2018 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is called “In Her Own Words” and it’s meant to smash stigma. It’s the first time the Swimsuit Issue will feature a nude spread shot by a female photographer, Taylor Ballantyne, and an all-women crew. Twitter
The 2018 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue is called “In Her Own Words” and it’s meant to smash stigma. It’s the first time the Swimsuit Issue will feature a nude spread shot by a female photographer, Taylor Ballantyne, and an all-women crew. Twitter

I’m a feminist. Don’t police me or Sports Illustrated’s nude photos for #MeToo

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