While the full editorial is yet to be revealed, we’ve been given a sneak preview in GQ, which shows a nude Ratajkowski alongside some of her comments about women’s bodies and sexuality.
“I think a lot of people, when they see a woman’s body they classify her as a certain type. I’ve had to fight that stereotype. But then I think that I would have had to do that anyway. Certain women, no matter what, they get put into certain boxes more than men. That was my box to deal with. It says so much about how much we don’t like women in culture that if they show their bodies, they’re vulgar, basically. It’s either completely sexualised or its vulgar and gross. It’s so bizarre,” she says.
She also used her time with LOVE to address the state of politics with relation to Brexit, saying “the rich keep getting richer, the poor keep getting poorer and there are a lot of people getting left behind. I think it’s happening in Europe as well. That’s why Brexit happened. I really wish that the left would respond in a more dramatic way, rather than trying to meet everyone in the middle. I’d like to see them move more to the left just as the right has moved more to the right.”
See the preview below: