Actress Keira Knightley agreed to pose topless for an Interview magazine feature on one condition: She didn't want her body modified with Photoshop. After her unedited shoot with fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier hit newsstands, Knightley explained to the Times ,. I've had my body manipulated so many different times for so many different reasons, whether it's paparazzi photographers or for film posters.
Keira Knightley recently posed topless in Interview Magazine as her own personal protest against photoshopping. Knightley told The Times she demanded the not safe for work photos be unedited so people could see what she really looked like. Though the studio bore the brunt of that scandal, the actress herself came under fire in when she and Scarlett Johansson posed nude with a fully clothed Tom Ford on the cover of Vanity Fair , in a picture that emphasized the gap the demands made of famous women and men in terms of playing up their sexuality. Rachel McAdams reportedly skipped the shoot after realizing the women would be asked to pose in the buff. But Knightley is taking a stand now. She has turned down many a role because she thought she was being asked to do things male actors are never asked to do—specifically gratuitous sex and violence.
But is it the path that will make you the happiest. I was lucky with my TBM. And I don't mean my good friend Satan. Do not make anything risque public. But it also means he has ultimate responsibility for his patients, both ethically and legally. I won't break his heart not after all the faith he has in me. Someone or something always has his attention and focus. He is super busy, and is learning all he can about lifesaving methods, and they are killing him at the hospital right now.