Kim Kardashian Poses Nude For New Art Book
Kim Kardashian has become quite proficient at breaking the internet. This is thanks to her long list of scantily-clad photos and titillating selfies.
Kimberly Kardashian West is an American reality television personality, socialite, actress, businesswoman and model.
The 36-year-old mother of two and wife of Kanye West has taken things to new heights, quite literally. The latest shot she has released sees her posing completely in the nude while balancing on the branches of a tree.
Kim took to her Instagram account on Tuesday to show the seductive black-and-white photo. The photo is to be a part of a new photography book by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggo.
In the photo, she is wearing nothing but a pair of black combat boots, and a pair of stars placed over her bounteous bosom. Her “modesty” is protected by one of her legs being brought up to provide a little cover.
In 2015, Kim told Time: “I guess people would call me a feminist. I just do what makes me comfortable.”
The reality TV star added she felt she had taken control of objectification of women away from the media, explaining: “You really can take that power and put out what you want people to look at.”
This is not the first time Kim is posing nude for one reason or the other. This latest offering has caught the attention of Sharon Osbourne, who recently called her a ‘ho’ for posing naked for cameras.
Osbourne has reacted to the photos in an interview with Daily Telegraph saying that Kim’s claim that her flesh-baring outfits are helpful for women’s rights is ‘nonsense’. She has no problem with Kim’s X-rated photographs, but she is appalled by the star’s claim that she is a feminist.
“Kim says she’s doing everything in the name of feminism, but that’s not feminism! Those girls live off their bodies, half of LA has been through them and everything they do from the sex tape to the plastic see-through dresses and the gym wear is about sex, not female progress. And listen: God bless them. If Kim wants to show off her body, fine. But that’s not feminism, that’s being a ho. And there’s nothing wrong with being a ho, but always remember what you are.’