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Bloom has yet to comment on making his way to the front page of tabloids on two continents. "Like, I feel like I can't step outside and feel like I can go outside naked.
But Bieber, who is much more active on social media and therefore quicker to get his point across, branded his treatment a violation of his privacy. Like, you should feel comfortable in your own space…
Melania was one of the most successful models and she did many photo shoots, including for covers and major magazines.
A number purport to have already found them, meaning it won't be long before they are almost impossible for anyone active on social media to avoid. ,” and “Disgusted by the intrusive paparazzi shots of a nude Orlando Bloom.
‘Orlando Bloom uncensored’ on Twitter throws up hundreds of desperate pleas for the images. But I need to see the uncensored versions so I can be extra outraged” summarise the tone of most tweets.
But this unrelenting search, now in its fifteenth hour, is being criticised as sexist by those suggesting the only thing preventing collective outrage on Bloom’s behalf is his gender.
Would the reaction be different if it was Perry pictured nude instead of him?
Like Justin Bieber before him, Orlando Bloom has awoken today to find his naked image splashed across front pages of tabloids.
Unlike his predecessor, however, Bloom was not snapped by paparazzi on the decking of his private holiday apartment.
Instead, in an apparent moment of complete indifference to being globally recognisable, accompanied by someone arguably even more A-list, and on an Italian beach, the actor decided to go full frontal while paddle boarding with Katy Perry.
His image made it to the front pages of Now people are furiously attempting to track down the uncensored images in the hope they could have leaked online as they did with Bieber.
In Europe, pictures like this are very fashionable and common. While the paper certainly has a history of printing photos targeted at hurting candidates (see: their cover in 2008 with the photo from President Obama’s trip to Kenya) or nude photos (see: the shots of Ashley Dupre that ran in 2008), it seems odd that the solidly anti-Clinton paper would be running anti-Trump photos.
Or in the middle of a campaign season rife with sexism, is this to remind us that Trump has a beautiful former model as a wife?
Is to promote the (BS) MRA belief that a woman should stay attractive for her husband?