Kim — when you sob over your bare behind and nipples showing in your magazine layout and despair that people will only think you’re good for being naked, you have every woman in America’s sympathy.
Your very real heartbreak that you’ve worked so hard to change your image from sex tape star to hardworking career woman, only to be featured in “serious porn” photos, is actually very moving.
No, most of us have never been in a nude Playboy spread, never mind living to regret it. Most of us have not done what we thought were “arty” photos for a highly regarded fashion publication, only to find out that our private parts were not covered by the magazine. But we’ve all been conned into doing something that sounded like an excellent idea but then turned out to be an embarrassment.
Kim — it was brave of you to let us see you cry in panic, thinking that you would be embarrassed and humiliated in front of the world. You are literally shaking in front of us.
Most of us think of you as having EVERYTHING in the world — beauty, business smarts, a close family and wealthy, successful boyfriends. But of course, behind all of that is a woman who feels like she’s had to pull herself up by her own bootstraps from an unsavory image she detested.
When the “arty” photos you thought you were photographed for ended up looking like “full-on porn,” we can all relate to that panicky devastation.
The only thing is Kim — we hope you have learned — you’ve done a ton of nearly-nude, if not fully nude photos — maybe it IS time to keep your clothes on if you truly want us all to take your more serious business woman image seriously!