Talk about a bittersweet tale. First, I fall victim to a trojan/virus. The annoying one that pretends its your Anti-Virus, but only if you provide your credit card info first (like I have any spare cash to give). After killing that thing off with a scrub (thank you CNET and your free downloads), I come upon these pics of model Irina Shayk in 'GQ' Spain, looking like a vision of Heaven in female form (if Heaven was a nude Russian chick). Like that, I've instantly forgotten about the few hours spent moving in and out of Windows safe-mode (probably what the state of Limbo is like). However, I dig a little deeper into the story (mostly trying to find more nude pictures) and find out Irina just filed a lawsuit against GQ Spain for Photoshopping her to appear naked without consent.
So my eyes are both pleased, yet cheapened to know I'm looking at digital nudity (shades of Jessica Alba/MACHETE-GATE).
In my opinion, Irina is gorgeous enough to just stare at even if she was wearing a sheet (a tightly fitted sheet of course). I guess GQ Spain had magazines to move, so opted to pull the nudity card to sell issues (which they also brag about on the front cover). CGI Nudity is very real and appears to be here to stay. I tip my hat to Irina for fighting the good fight and exposing the outright digital frauds. Now she should prove her point by just baring it all. Take that Photoshop!
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