By now you know that Kim Kardashian has broken the Internet. To be honest, there’s nothing we’ll show you or say that will compete with any other site. However, via the words of wisdom of Tina Fey from her book, Bossy Pants, maybe she can help center the conversation of what Kim Kardashian, ass out, on the cover of Paper Magazine really means for women. Now don’t get us wrong, we can look at Kim’s caboose until the cows come home and, truth be told, they’ve come home. But maybe for just one second people will realize what this actually symbolizes for your daughters and those growing up in todays “fame for nothing” society. Sure it’s cool to check out Kim balancing a champagne glass on her ass, like our forefathers did when coming to America, but then again there’s also this:
I think the first real change in women’s body image came when JLo turned it butt-style. That was the first time that having a large-scale situation in the back was part of mainstream American beauty. Girls wanted butts now.
Men were free to admit that they had always enjoyed them. And then, what felt like moments later, boom—Beyoncé brought the leg meat. A back porch and thick muscular legs were now widely admired. And from that day forward, women embraced their diversity and realized that all shapes and sizes are beautiful.
Ah ha ha. No. I’m totally messing with you. All Beyoncé and JLo have done is add to the laundry list of attributes women must have to qualify as beautiful.
Now every girl is expected to have Caucasian blue eyes, full Spanish lips, a classic button nose, hairless Asian skin with a California tan, a Jamaican dance hall ass, long Swedish legs, small Japanese feet, the abs of a lesbian gym owner, the hips of a nine-year-old boy, the arms of Michelle Obama, and doll tits.
The person closest to actually achieving this look is Kim Kardashian, who, as we know, was made by Russian scientists to sabotage our athletes.
Or maybe this is all simply about a hot chick showing her bum in print.