Jennifer Lawrence Poses Naked With a Snake (PHOTO)

Jennifer LawrenceJennifer Lawrence has become the target of Internet trolls, after a sexy photo from a Vanity Fair shoot last July was made public on Thursday, February 6. In the pic, Lawrence is naked with a large boa constrictor draped over her body. It's a pretty flawless picture, but some people are mad that she got mad last fall when nude seflies she took for her boyfriend were stolen and plastered online.


Take a look at this picture, which Vanity Fair tweeted this week:

I want to caption this photo "Like a Boss," and then give JLaw a huge hug for being so fierce, brave, bold, and just plain sexy. But the haters gonna hate, hate, hate, and people started immediately questioning whether or not she had a right to be upset over her nude selfies being hacked last fall.

You know, because apparently if you've ever done an artsy nude photo shoot, you know longer have a right to privacy. Or something. Seriously, how is this even a question?

Jennifer Lawrence voluntarily agreed to pose naked with a snake for Vanity Fair. She worked with famed fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier, had professional hair and makeup, perfect lighting, and all of her important bits were covered up. You can't even see her butt crack, and there's only minimal sideboob visible.

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The photos that were leaked online a few months ago were private, and meant for her ex-boyfriend Nicholas Hoult while they were dating. As she said then, "Either your boyfriend is going to look at porn or he's going to look at you."

Jennifer Lawrence consented to have her photograph taken for Vanity Fair, with the full knowledge that it would become public. She did not choose to have candids she sent her boyfriend plastered all over the Internet.

One is a gorgeous, professional picture, and the other is a total violation of her privacy.

Do you think women still have a right to privacy if they've voluntarily posed nude before?


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