Ashley Benson did the March cover for Cosmopolitan, the fantastic magazine that empowers women with such articles as "Did Your Man Order Something Different At Your Favorite Restaurant? 250 Signs He's Cheating" and "75 Ways To Turn Him On!". Mostly, its overcomplicated subversion designed to turn their readers into overthinking Chanel bags of neurosis and sel-doubt. Anyway, Ashley Benson looked hot on the cover and she did a pandering interview where she claimed she'll never do a nude scene.
"I never want to do nudity that's gratuitous. Girls look so much better in lingerie or a T-shirt and leave the rest up to the imagination. I make it clear that I have a line…Everyone tries to push you, and it's easy to get talked into doing those things. I'll just walk off-set. But not everyone realizes they can do that."
As a man, I have a different undertanding of gratuitous nude scenes because the female form is the most beautiful thing the Earth has ever produced. It should be shown as much as possible without you thinking you're being marginalized and objectified. If you have other shit going for you besides a great ass, then there really shouldn't be a problem. To put it in perspective, it's like if chocolate and shoes had their own magazines and complained how you only like unwrapping them and showing them off in public. In closing, get naked. Get naked a lot. You're hot. On the other hand, Lena Dunham is praised for finding every occassion to get naked even though she looks like Grimace with some sort of pigmentation disease. I can't be the only one who sees a problem with this. Becky, I see your hand raised in the back, would you like to share your thoughts on this?