Bondi Hipsters Do It Better (NSFW)

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Bondi Hipsters Do It Better (NSFW)

Australian supermodel and Victoria Secret Angel, Miranda Kerr, exposes all for British GQ's May issue. Accompanying the provocative nude images of Kerr, is an interview where she discusses love, sex, and potentially experimenting with another woman-ooh steamy. I'm sure you're wondering what could be better than a naked supermodel saying things like "The more sex I have, the more defined my arms and stomach get.” Well, I'll tell you: Australian pranksters called The Bondi Hipsters mimicking the photo shoot frame by frame.

Hipster Christiaan Van Vuuren (aka Dom Nader) mimicked the poses, outfits and even reworded Kerr's quotes to fit with the 'aesthetic' of The Bondi Hipster shoot. This shoot was done so well it could have been placed side-by-side with Kerr's images. Though the images are hilarious on their own, they really address a bigger issue, "We think that this is a good case for the oversexualization of the female body in the high fashion world," said Van Vuuren. When the male form is put into play for a photo shoot like this it's something we're not use to seeing and it really makes you look at editorial images differently.

 
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This is awesome! Fair play to those guys, perfect from frame to frame...including the stockings :-s

"oversexualization of the female body" oh jesus please...it's a men's magazine. Men look at it. GQ paid her. She agreed to do it. Enough with the male feminists already.

Funny.

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Oh, for Pete's sake. Oversexualization of the female body? In GQ? Sultry pictures of hot women is like 30% of the magazine.

The female form is more pleasant to view, is smoother and softer, than any male form. That's pretty much universally accepted, unless you're a gay man. If so, your loss.