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Kate Upton Wants You To Take Off Her Clothes

January 24, 2014 1 min read

In September of 2013 Kate Upton did an interview about her first Sports Illustrated cover and her feelings about it.  In a cover story for Elle's September issue she opened up about how rough it was for her. "After my first Sports Illustrated cover, I felt terrible about myself for a solid month. Every single guy I met was either married or about to be married, and I felt like I was their bachelor present or something. I'm not a toy, I'm a human. I'm not here to be used. I am a grown woman, and you need to figure your sh*t out."   After the issue came out, Kate's popularity seemed to skyrocket as many found her honesty about the photo-shoot incredibly refreshing.  Its not everyday that models come out to say how they regretted a cover or how they wished men would behave differently. A new magazine cover out this month, however, seems to buck Kate's feelings about modeling and men.  V Magazine came up with the idea of the front cover with Kate in a shirt and jeans and then when the magazine is opened she's in a bikini in the same pose. kate-upton-new-january-02 Back Cover kate-upton-new-january-01 So is this all ok?  She can talk about how much she regrets her Sports Illustrated cover and yet she will also take part in a magazine cover that gets men thinking they are removing her clothes?  Or perhaps they are feelings she has simply grown out of and no longer considers.

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