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Posing for playboy empowers for women, Joanna Krupa

 
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Washington (ANI): Playboy model Joanna Krupa has defended women who drop their clothes for the magazine, insisting that the act empowers them. The cover girl for the magazine"s December issue spoke her mind on what she thought Playboy represented for women.

“There are several great reasons why female celebs line up to shoot Playboy: finally a woman gets paid more than a man for comparable work, she gets to set the rules, gets to be in a real team work with other women, as many key positions at Playboy are in fact held by women!" Fox News quoted her as saying.

"She brings in her creative ideas, gets involved in the photo selection and ends up with something she co-created through and through," she added.

The bikini model continued: “The word 'Playboy' alone doesn't exactly give most women a warm, fuzzy feeling, yet many of the Playboy photos end up in the most praised photo and art magazines and in critically acclaimed photo exhibitions."

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