So people are offended by Nicki Minaj’s cover art for her latest project Anaconda
So.. Nicki took to her Instagram to remind “people” that supermodels have been making the same poses for years in magazines with little peep from the peanut gallery of morality police
The answer is simple: buxom bodies, curvy hips and ample bottoms in modern Euro-centric cultures & societies are viewed as hyper & overtly sexual to the point some consider them offensive, even.
People are used to seeing the standard stick thin, minimal bottom and small-breasted half naked models for so long, those same societies have become immune to them.
Once they too were considered risque but they are now status quo and part of pop culture imagery.
I wrote about these “curvy girl problems” when Erica Campbell caught heat for her solo album’s cover outfit which would have been fine and not too sexy for Gospel if Campbell had a stick thin body like the late Whitney Houston.
It’s proof that most people in the world really do find curvy bodies the most desirable.
What to do? What to do? (smile)