Emily Ratajkowski may now feel free to remove herself from the face of the Earth after committing one of her most egregious offenses against humanity to date. I honestly feel like Jeff Goldblum’s quote from Jurassic Park couldn’t be more fitting here. “Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should. Em Rat went full Frankenstein and created a monster when she thought attempting to turn Lena Dunham into an “oiled-up swimsuit issue chick” was okay. I’m triggered. Just hearing those words strung together in a sentence makes me shudder. Forget a safe space, I need a safe parallel timeline where Dunham’s body isn’t paired with K-Y Jelly and less clothing.
Emily Ratajkowski, 27, once again proved she’s more than just a model, photographing and art-directing a new campaign for her brand Inamorata Swimfeaturing Lena Dunham.
In the images, the 32-year-old actress wears a leopard-print version of the “Swami’s” suit, a belted one-piece with a slightly ruched bandeau top and an ultra-high-cut leg that retails for $160.
Dunham shared the images on her own Instagram account, writing, “That time @emrata made me a full oiled up swimsuit issue chick for @inamorataswim 👙 I’ve loved Emily forever because she’s wise, kind, gets how complex feminism and femininity are and gives the perfect amount of f—ks. Honored to get behind her.”
This generation needs a sequel to the Ten Commandments. Rule One: “Never play God and bring dinosaurs back from the dead.” Rule 2: “Never, under any circumstances, aim to turn Lena Dunham into lust-worthy lubed up barely covered cover lady.” War and slavery may not have been enough to warrant that return of Christ that everyone is still waiting on, but Lena in a swimsuit is more than enough to make Jesus come back and cancel everything.
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