Emily Ratajkowski And Kim Kardashian Have Teamed Up For Kim's Newest Nude Selfie

Todd-Spence by Todd-Spence on Mar. 30, 2016

If you remember, and of course you do, Kim Kardashian had the entire internet talking after posting a selfie to her twitter account which was not only covered by every website ever, but also parodied and copied for way longer than it really needed to be. The pic didn't even really show the goods for pete's sakes, with Kim Kardashian having already added the censor bars.

Well Emily Ratajkowski was one of Kim Kardashian's biggest supporters during that really difficult time for Mrs. West as everyone chimed in and chose sides on whether or not it's liberating for women or just shallow for women to post nude images of themselves online. Regardless, Kim K. has shown her appreciation of Emily Ratajkowski's support by inviting Ratajkowski in on her nude selfie sequel.

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The two "celebrities" have since posted the image to their individual Twitter and Facebook Fan Pages which is close to reaching a million shares between them combined.

Of course the first time around, Kim Kardashian posted the nude as a "joke", with the caption "When you're like I have nothing to wear LOL". Some think it's just Kim Kardashian being her usual attention seeking self, but others think that it's just so beautiful to be able to enjoy the body you were born with...or something like that.

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This time however, it's feeling a little forced than the first time around. Sure, free the nipple, women's rights, nudity for everyone! I get it. But at the end of the day, they're just topless in a bathroom. Is that anything new? Also they ARE adding the censor bars themselves...so aren't they just, y'know, censoring themselves? Seems like the message here, which as Emily Ratajkowski puts it in her tweet "However sexual our bodies may be, we need to hve the freedom as women to choose whn & how we express our sexuality" might need some work. I get the sentiment but no one is saying you can't be naked in your own bathroom I don't think.

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