Ariel Winter Breaking Barriers

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Lex Jurgen - November 16, 2016

They give trophies to kids for everything these days. There ought be one for young chicks who complain about how their teen life was ruined by having everybody staring at their overgrown tits then promptly making sure everybody stares at their tits. It's probably not easy being a woman with large hooters. Second only in difficulty to the alternative.

Because Hollywood doesn't change with elections, Ariel Winter's reps still feel obliged to explain away her skin shows in public and on social media within the context of an empowering feminist agenda:

"Showing off her body and booty is very liberating for her because for her it is the one thing she can do on her own terms, she feels much more alive. It is something that she will continue because she feels good after she does it.”

There was also a nod to the years of body shaming she suffered in so much as grown men gave her sweet jobs over other girls because of her body. If only every eighteen year old chick in hooker-wear had premium public relations firms to parsing why they love attention. Chicks could probably start wearing only suspenders over their nipples again to high school.

For years girls who walked around showing off their tits were labeled as sluts. Now they're beattified as progressive heroes. Dumb people have trouble handling middle ground positions. And sensitive people hate that human nature is a real thing they can't shout down. It's a lot of tsuris over a girl giving freebie boners. 


Photo Credit: AKM-GSI

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