And Rihanna has her goodies shown all over the Internet.
But there seems to be two schools of thought on this issue;
One is that these images objectify Black women
While the other just thinks that these are just some good looking women deciding to show off their most visible assets.
How many GOOD LOOKING (or self-confident) women are offended by the acts of these young ladies?
I'm not talking about the haters who may look like Karen Carpenter or Monique, but the women who actually feel that the actions of Ida, Cassie or Rihanna will have a negative impact on the way men view them.
Chances are; If you look like MoNique or Karen, men are NOT looking at YOU in the same way.
YOU are not being objectified.
It's not just Black women that are offended by someone from another race thinking of pretty Black women as sex objects - Choptensils cautioned me in an earlier post because I pointed out that there are a lot of smokin' hot Asian chicks in the media.
His instinctive thoughts of protection just kicked in.
When I pointed out that there were some butt ugly Asian women too - he agreed and admitted that there were some sexy Asian women in the media.
I guess it was a good thing that I wasn't Emmett Till.
Pam Grier has been thought of as a sex symbol for years. She can also be said to have been objectified for years.
Beverly Johnson puts the others to shame - thirty years ago.
Josephine Baker wowed them in Paris early in the last century.