She Hasn’t Been Hacked — Keira Knightley Actually Wants You to See This Topless Photo

Reposted from Ryot.Org Keira Knightley isn’t afraid to be real. In fact, it’s her vulnerability and sincerity that make her so damn likeable. Like how she recently told a magazine about taking a girl to prom, explaining that people’s negative responses taught her a lot about acceptance. But like so many people in the limelight, no matter how real Keira wants to be, the media – and their love of photoshop – are always trying to make her even “better”. Well the 29-year-old actress won’t take it any longer. She’s reclaiming the female form in all it’s natural glory by posing topless for Interview Magazine.

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In explanation, Knightley told The Times of London, “I’ve had my body manipulated so many different times for so many different reasons, whether it’s paparazzi photographers or film posters. I think women’s bodies are a battleground and photography is partly to blame. You need tremendous skill to be able to get a woman’s shape and make it look like it does in life, which is always beautiful. But our society is so photographic now, it becomes more difficult to see all of those different varieties of shape.” One of those manipulations she’s referring to is the poster for the 2004 movie King Arthur, where there is a rather noticeable addition to her chest. BsF80ctCYAA86vx Some argue that because she was playing a fictional character, Photoshopping her just added to the fantasy – and the same should go for all movie posters. But while the character may be fictional, the actress is real. And I’m pretty sure her portrayal of Guinevere wouldn’t have been made any less believable by her real chest. Knightley went on to tell The Times that she was fine with the topless shot, under one condition: “Don’t make them any bigger or retouch. Because it does feel important to say it really doesn’t matter what shape you are.” HIIT Max Plus   Source: ROYT    

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