|STRIPPING FOR PHOTOS IS 'EMPOWERING,' DIAZ SAYS|
Esquire wasted no time testing this theory by handing her
a pair of heels and panties and saying, "Cover shot, then?"
The day a beautiful woman (no, not me; please! I didn't say this was the day you died and went to heaven) says, "Hey there, big boy. I want you to treat me like an object! Seriously. I LOVE that! Put your beer on my head while you watch football and make lewd comments about the cheerleaders. Put a poster of me in a bikini in your workshop for you and the boys to leer at while you hide out from the wife and talk about motorcycles and power tools and hot chicks in the neighbourhood
Are you rubbing your eyes right now?
Are you scrolling down to find the part where it says "APRIL FOOL'S!" Don't bother, it's not there.
Because super-hottie Cameron Diaz, who rode a phallic rocket to fame by being objectified in the movie The Mask, tells Esquire magazine she still enjoys being objectified to this day.
Cameron tells Esquire she feels "empowered" by photo shoots and isn't the least bit offended when asked to strip off.
"I'm not some young girl with the photographer going, 'Will you take your clothes off?' I'm like (mimes stripping), 'How does this look?' . . . I'm a woman, I know how to handle myself. I know what I feel comfortable doing, and I know my sexuality. I own it."
And . . . well, I was about to object vigourously, but then it all started to make sense and now I'm just feeling like a prude for slapping that guy who said "Hey, mamacita" when I walked by. What I SHOULD have done was, I should have started stripping for him. I totally missed a chance to empower myself.
Editor's note: Yeah, that would have shut him RIGHT up. More interestingly, can someone please tell me why Justin Timberlake let this one get away?