Emily Ratajkowski, Chris Evans, And The Nude Photo Double Standard -
Buzzfeed says this says a lot about misogyny. Maybe? What do you think? If you want to read the Buzzfeed article, check it out here - https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/laurenstrapagiel/emily-ratajkowski-chris-evans-and-double-standard-of-nudes
Now some other sexy celebs were saying it was great how twitter fans reacted to the leak of Chris Evans penis pics. Kat Dennings said it was cool how everyone tried to turn this into something wholesome* but, you know, maybe treat women the same way. Because apparently all these celebrity women were very traumatized and hurt by their leaked pictures and videos. I mean, just because you are a celebrity doesn't mean you don't deserve some privacy, right?
Paris hilton is an interesting case since she profited off her exposure, as did her friend Kim Kardashian. A lot of these leaks are a little suspicious when they result in commercially available videos. Don't they have to sign off on those?
There is a big difference if you talk about "The fappening" where leaked pictures of nude celebrities were hacked and stolen. Chris Evans accidentally posted his own nudes, so it wasn't a hack
*A lot of fans came to the rescue, using trending Chris Evans nude leak hashtags to post more wholesome pics, like pics of cute pets or Chris fully clothed looking handsome
The public respect for Chris Evans’ privacy/feelings is wonderful. Wouldn’t it be nice if it extended to women when this kind of thing happens?— Kat Dennings (@OfficialKat) September 13, 2020
Well, that's the latest in Celeb Leak News. What do you think? Where does this rank in the celeb leak rankings?
We would say in the world of celebrities, you can't get more A list than the movie star who stars as Captain America in the Marvel Film Studio Universe. Chris Evans is and A list movie star and celebrity, and we can't think of too many others who've had their private pics exposed.
We remember back in the day when nude pics of Brad Pitt and then girlfriend Gwyneth Paltrow surfaced in some magazine and then of course surfaced on the net. This was probably around the peak of Brad Pitt's hype as the undisputed sexiest man alive, but this was long before social media. Back then most celebs could go on vacation in remote locales and not fear for too much exposure except for the long lens of the paparazzi. But the paps didn't have much of an outlet for non-PG rated snaps. Who was going to publish these photos? People magazine? No, they might be able to sell their pics to Hustler or even seedier and less-mainstream publications.
Before the late 2000s most people were on dialup connections and very few regular folks let alone famous people were documenting their daily lives on social media. Now you have Instagram, Tinder, Facebook dating and all these different apps connection to your devices and wifi with cloud storage and whooo boy! it's not inconceivable that almost anyone could be hacked and have their private nude pics leaked.
I remember being a teenager in the late 90s on an America Online dialup internet connection, doing what teenagers do: looking for naughty pics online. If you were lucky you found some caps of Anna Nicole Smith or Jenny McCarthy that were scanned in from their Playboy appearances. If you had a good half hour of privacy maybe you could print out some of these pictures on your $400 inkjet printer your mom bought you so you could do your school assignments.
No one had smart phones in 1997. I mean, most of us didn't even have smart phones in 2007. There was no such thing as unsolicited dick pics and sliding into the DMs. If you wanted to scare off a woman, you had to do it the old-fashioned way - in person. Brad Pitt was not going to email his penis to a random Wendy's cashier with a big ass and the proper angles on Instagram. Your local Starbucks barista did not have an Only Fans. Now we aren't saying Captain America Chris Evans was sending his nudes to a random seasonal stocker from the Walmart garden center. We don't know what he was doing with his dick on his phone, and it's really nobody's business. It could be someone else's dick pic. We don't know, and he doesn't need to explain.
Bottom line, Chris Evans has nothing to be embarrassed about or anything to apologize for. He has the right to take thousands of pictures of his own dick and stare at them proudly all day if he wants. Just like all these hot women victims of the fappening and other icloud leaks have nothing to be ashamed of either. They're all human with human bodies and should be proud and own their sexuality. But that doesn't mean anyone else has the right to steal and distribute their leaked pics and profit from such an invasion of privacy.
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