Torn About the Defense of Sarafina Nance’s Swimsuit Shoot

While there’s much inspiration to be found in her, there’s still something objectifying about this…

Sarafina Nance on the recent Sports Illustrated

This is a tough one, with a lot of nuances.

Something that almost all situations contain (nuance), which our culture seems to have forgotten as of late. Instead, we think…

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