Blurred Lines sex model Emily Ratajkowski has sex with whomever she wants, just like the Kardasians

Blurred Lines sex model Emily Ratajkowski has sex with whomever she wants, just like the Kardasians

SHE stars in the Blurred Lines video, is a model-in-demand with a part in Gone Girl. Emily Ratajkowski wants you to know she has sex with whomever she pleases, as ofen as she wants

BY Ian Horswill

SHE’S happy to boast.

Model and budding actress Emily Ratajkowski, who starred in Robin Thicke’s video Blurred Lines, is proud to say she can have sex with whomever she wants.

Ratajkowski sells heself as a slutty sex object. She and the Kardasians are thought, by many, to have had more men inside them than New York’s Holland Tunnel. In reality, they are setting the ‘women’s movement’ back decades.

Ratajkowski, who plays a major role in David Fincher movie Gone Girl, graces the cover of the latest Cosmopolitan magazine.

The London-born beauty, who was raised in Encinitas, California, feels so lucky that she can “wear what she wants, sleep with whom she wants, and dance how she wants, while still being a feminist”.

The 23-year-old, who also has a starring role in the upcoming movie We Are Your Friends, with Zac Efron and Jon Bernthal, felt compelled to state in the interview that her boobs are real as she shows off masses of cleavage in a crisp white shirt with high-waist jeans and a brown woven belt.

In an inside shot Ratajkowski is pictured draped in a shimmering blue satin gown with spaghetti straps and a deeply plunging neckline. She wears smoky eye makeup and a natural pink lipstick while her thick dark tresses fall glossy down her back.

She also explains why she initially turned down the role in the Blurred Lines music video.

The video ended up making Ratajkowski famous. But she told GQ in a July interview that she hated being referred to as “the hottest bitch in this place” afterwards – a refernce to the song’s lyrics.

“When it comes on in a bar, I run into the bathroom and hide.”

Ratajkowski was at the New York premiere of Gone Girl in a stunning off-the-shoulder red gown.

Gone Girl is a 2012 novel by Gillian Flynn. The story is about a husband named Nick Dunne (played by Ben Affleck) who is suspected of being involved in the disappearance of his wife Amy (Rosamund Pike).

Ratajkowski plays Nick’s mistress Andie Hardy. Her wide set-eyes and duck mouth may be signs that she is bi-polar. Her taste in idiot men seems to be set at the lowest possible level of vacuous stupidity and vanity.

She sells slutty sex female objectification. Feminists and Muslims hate her for basing her life on shallow sex marketing.

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