Former “Blurred Lines” video gal Emily Ratajkowski covers the September issue of British GQ to promote her rise in the entertainment industry. Her movie credits include Gone Girl, the blasted Entourage film, and more to come.
Emily discussed several topics with the magazine. Her opinions include the need for full-on drug legalization. Emily believes all drugs, no matter how light or hard, should be fully obtainable. Emily then changed topics to the video that made her famous, saying that she wouldn’t do the “Blurred Lines” video again, although she “didn’t feel objectified when making it.” She also describes her feminism in terms of enjoying sex and digging men’s bums:
“Making sure you get what you want in sex. And feeling sexual without feeling like it’s for someone else … Being in love and acting sexually on it in a million different ways is empowering. I love men’s butts I shouldn’t have to feel embarrassed of that.”
Well, she’s correct in that loving butts shouldn’t provoke shame. Did anyone really shame Emily for enjoying butts? Emily also lightened the shame load against those who enjoyed her hacked iCloud photos:
“I’ve gotten over the fact I’ve got no privacy. I always hated when I was growing up how people would really freak out about paparazzi following them. It’s like, ‘Well that’s the job and the profession that you’re in.’ A lot of people who were victims of that said anyone who looks at these pictures should feel guilty, but I just don’t think that’s fair. I think once it’s out there, it’s out there, and I’m not sure that anyone who googles it is necessarily a criminal.”
Emily only holds the hackers responsible and doesn’t blame those who peeked at her photos. She probably feels differently about the creepster who sold her alleged thong on Craiglist, though.
Oh, and one more thing. Emily disses “Blurred Lines” as a song, saying the tune is nearly indistinguishable from “the Marvin Gaye one.” Burn.
(via GQ UK)