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Sports Illustrated 2018 Swimsuit Issue women cause

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Sports Illustrated 2018 Swimsuit Issue women cause

The annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue has always been the gold standard for the right male look in this country. As, of course, only men love sports and men are only attracted to women, each year they publish a special issue in which male men who care about male sports have a feminine side of cheesecake with his stories. sports. However, the current editor (female!), MJ Day, hopes to turn the script around.



This year’s swimsuit number will be released next week and will feature, among other things, a nude photo taken by a photographer, Taylor Ballantyne, and an exclusively female team called “In their own words”. In this document, the models hope to compel readers to look at them so that their beauty recognizes their humanity by painting words they have chosen to summarize in their naked bodies.

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They do not try not to be sexy. They say that my pose in a sexy way does not make me a less human being. I deserve respect, no matter what I wear, or if I wear something. This is in keeping with Day’s mission, with its creative women’s team on the subject, to make 2018 Swimsuit Issue “a magazine where models were both participants and objects”.

They had this mission since last year, and they started pushing the magazine in this direction with this photo, which closed the 2017 swimsuit number:



Sports Illustrated 2018
Sports Illustrated 2018

Nina Agdal. Image: Ruven Afanador / courtesy Sports Illustrated

Now, the models not only pose in the photos, but they control the content and participate in the creation of images. For example, the new model Sailor Brinkley Cook (supermodel Christie Brinkley) is also a full-time photography student, so she was offered the opportunity to work on the team. Meanwhile, Robyn Lawley, a returning model, appears on the film, but also worked as a cinematographer for a behind-the-scenes video that will air on Sports Illustrated TV.

For Day it was so important that these women feel comfortable creating their own images, that she really left the set during the day of filming. She tells Vanity Fair: “One of the parties had to allow the model to be its own creative director, I was worried that if I were on the set, they would start modeling for me, and they would do what I wanted to see, instead of what they wanted them to represent. ”



Sports Illustrated 2018
Sports Illustrated 2018

Sailor Brinkley Cook. image: Taylor Ballantyne/courtesy of Sports Illustrated

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