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Kim Kardashian has been causing quite a stir on social media for the past 24 hours. 

The reality TV star has been posting a series of images from a recent photoshoot, which include a number of topless photos. 

Kim has been very vocal in the past about her thoughts on the policing of the female body, and the fall out from this shoot has been no different. 

Many fans and critics shamed Kim for the images, claiming that as a mother of three she should not be presenting herself in such a sexualised manner.

One picture in particular, which shows Kim naked except for thong underwear and an open fur coat, has come under the most scrutiny due to the semi- visibility of the business mogul's nipple. 

Kim has clapped back, posting another snap from the shoot to Twitter, with the caption: 'Can I get zero f*cks please?'

The photo has over 3.5 million likes on Instagram.

One celeb has commented on Kim's raunchy look. 

Lindsay Lohan commented under a pic of Kim posted by Perez Hilton, saying: 'i'm confused.'


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Never one to pull any punches, Kim retorted: 'You know what's confusing… your sudden foreign accent.' 

The NSFW shoot has been a bone of contention among Kim's fans, with some congratulating her for celebrating her body in whatever way she sees fit, while others are less than impressed.

'Your really overdoing it now,' said one Twitter fan.  'And it’s sad because I used to look up to you.'

'I know you could care less but why ? Why are you showing women that they should show their bodies like the way your doing?'

'Why does her naked body make you not look up to her?? and why SHOULDNT women show their bodies?? is the female form THAT offensive?' responded another. 

Kim has never been shy about sharing her naked image with fans. 

The children's clothing designer previously lashed out against criticism of her nude pics, writing a post on her website saying:

'I don't do drugs, I hardly drink, I've never committed a crime—and yet I'm a bad role model for being proud of my body?'

'It always seems to come back around to my sex tape. Yes, a sex tape that was made 13 years ago. Let's move on already, I have.'

'I am empowered by my body. I am empowered by my sexuality. I am empowered by feeling comfortable in my skin.'

'I am empowered by showing the world my flaws and not being afraid of what anyone is going to say about me.'

'The body-shaming and slut-shaming—it's like, enough is enough. I will not live my life dictated by the issues you have with my sexuality.'

'You be you and let me be me. I am a mother. I am a wife, a sister, a daughter, an entrepreneur and I am allowed to be sexy.'

Hear, hear Kim. 


Sending saucy snaps can be an exciting (albeit risky) way to enhance a relationship with someone you trust.

However, a new study has shown that young women are under intense pressure to engage sexually online through the production and sharing of nude or sexual images. 

The study found that many women face 'bombardment' from single or multiple individuals who badger them to send explicit images. 

The study was conducted using the real life stories of young women and teenagers from A Thin Line, a website committed to dealing with online and digital abuse. 

'I've been asked multiple times by my boyfriends and guy friends to send a nude pic,' one participant said. 

'Every time I decline, I either get harassed for it, insulted, or they just flat out ignore or break up with me. I guess keeping your morals makes you a bad person?'

In many of the women's stories to the study, requests for nude images escalated into threats, anger and violence when images were denied. 

79pc of women who refused to send naked pictures faced abuse, were broken up with, or dealt with some form of 'consequence' for saying no. 

Other women reported being sent unsolicited nude images which would then be used as leverage to request nudes in return. 

Four women of the 37 reported having pictures and videos taken of them without their consent. 

'I was dating this guy and one night we went to a party an he put something in my soda and got some naked photos of me an sent them to everybody in my school'(sic) one girl wrote, describing a time when she was drugged and photographed against her will. 

One 14-year-old girl reported being blackmailed by her partner for 'nastier' images – otherwise he would share the ones she had already sent him online as revenge porn.   

Overall, the study found that women report feeling 'overwhelmed, confused, tired, bombarded and trapped' by the online coercion. 


In a rather unorthodox new method aimed at combating the issue of revenge porn, Facebook has asked it's Australian users to upload their own explicit photographs.

And while this might sound dodgy AF – it actually makes a lot of sense.

The technology has been designed for people who may be concerned that an ex-partner might post their intimate images to Facebook, Instagram or Messenger after the relationship has ended. 

According to The Guardian, it works by converting the privately uploaded images into a “digital fingerprint,” which can then be used to block any attempt to re-upload the same photograph.

The system has been launched in partnership with an Australian government agency headed up by the e-safety commissioner, Julia Inman Grant.

Speaking to ABC, she said: “We see many scenarios where maybe photos or videos were taken consensually at one point, but there was not any sort of consent to send the images or videos more broadly.”

The pilot scheme, which is currently being rolled out on a trail basis, will see users complete an online form on the e-safety commissioner's website.

After the concern has been formally submitted, Facebook will be notified and a community operations analyst will put measures in place to prevent any re-appearance of the image. 

Facebook will then store these images for a short period of time before deleting them to ensure it is enforcing the policy correctly.

Australia is one of four countries participating in this test trial, however a spokeswoman for the social media company said it plans to explore additional partners and countries.


M.A.C are renowned for their cult beauty items and amazing collaborations. 

This year alone the brand has teamed up with ten of the world's top beauty influencers, but now the company is creating the perfect lipsticks with a complete pop queen.

The one and only Nicki Minaj is on board with M.A.C to create some sizzling nude lippies, and we're dying to see them IRL. 


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'@nickiminaj dominates fans’ hearts and hip-hop charts with her bravado and razor-sharp rhymes,' reads the original Insta upload. 

'With her unstoppable seductive power, the queen is set to conquer the world.'

'Get cheeky and take charge in the queen’s two suggestive Lipstick shades. This September, get nude with Nicki.'

'Need even more Nicki in your life? M·A·C has a MAJOR surprise coming in 2018.'


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The cult lipstick brand then uploaded another picture, showcasing two stunning lipsticks. 

The caption revealed that Nicki will be releasing not one but two nude lipsticks with the iconic beauty brand. 

The nude duo will be released in September, and we may start queuing outside Arnotts or BTs now… 


Nudes can be tricky business.

For the most part, intimate photographs are only meant to be seen by the person to which they were sent, and while this might seem like a given, there are still people out there who think it's okay to share these images in the hopes of destroying their ex-partners reputation.

Whether or not you choose to send such photographs is completely up to yourself, and no explanation as to why you won't should ever be needed – but in saying it, one Tinder user's genius reason still gave us a giggle.

Meet Emily.

A 23-year-old singleton whose hilarious Tinder bio has gathered over 2,000 like after it appeared on Twitter last Thursday.

Her bio reads: “On the topic of nude pics: I just want to remind everyone of a little movie called TITANIC.”

“A girl in 1912 has her naked body drawn in a sketchbook by a random dude that no one’s ever heard of, locks the drawing in a safe on a boat, the BOAT SINKS, and her nude pictures STILL ends up on television 84 years later. No one is safe.”

Needless to say, people were pretty impressed with Emily's analogy.

Speaking to Metro.co.uk, Emily admitted that the bio was inspired by a post she had seen a while ago, although she did say she added to it to make it more 'original'.

When asked whether she was really against sending nude photos, Emily said: “I’m all for loving your body and if you feel comfortable, you should flaunt it.”

“Nude pictures for sexual reasons never made sense to me, there’s not much you can do with a picture that you couldn't do with porn.”

However, while Emily stated that she would not personally feel comfortable sending nude photos, she insists that for those who do, it's all about trust.

“It’s really hard to judge who is a smart person to send a nude picture to,” she says.

“You never know who’s actually seeing it or if they are going to be sent around.”

“My advice would be honestly wait for the real thing, it’s safer as once you press that send button, there’s no taking it back.”

So, whether or not nudes are your thing, trust and respect are key when it comes to sharing anything in a relationship.



Lucy Hale is facing a potential legal battle after a gossip site posted two topless photos of the star on their webpage.

The site, called Celeb Jihad, is renowned for posting nude, stolen images of female celebrities.

The site describes itself as covering "explosive celebrity gossip from Islamic extremists."


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The page uploaded two screen shots of topless photos, which the Pretty Little Liars star alleges were stolen from her phone by a hacker.

This would mean that the photos were obtained illegally and legal action could be taken against anyone who publishes them. 

The website is known for "exposing" celebrities and is also considered to be a porn site.


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Lucy's legal team have sent a letter to the site requesting the removal of the images.

This comes after Emma Watson's lawyers filed a successful cease and desist case against the site, after images of her in a sheer top which exposed her nipples were uploaded to the page.

The images have since been removed. Here's to hoping Lucy's lawyers get the same result. 

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