Emily Ratajkowski had just nailed down a spokesperson job for the hair care company Kérastase when she went and did the unthinkable: she asserted that hair was important, even "fundamental," to beauty.After all, what would a super model know about what makes people attractive? I mean, beyond boobs, of course.
OK, it's not really unthinkable that someone who had just signed a contract with a company that specialize in hair might employ some mild hyperbole when announcing the new job on social media.
|The stringy look|
Unless, of course, you are part of the frothing horde of Social Justice Warriors whose only enjoyment in life comes from hovering on social media waiting to complain about people who have better lives than they do.
When the SJWs are howling, HuffPo isn't far behind to give them a platform. Here is the first response from social media that they highlighted:
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Sure, you're allowed to feel sorry for them, but we're not going to change standards of beauty for them just to make them feel good, just like we're sympathetic but not going to change our gender preferences to satisfy the transfolk.She's hot but @emrata is an ignorant fool. What a horrible caption that implies that women with heredity hair loss or have lost hair due to illness are not beautiful or feminine enough.HuffPo reports that Ratajkowski caved to the outrage and removed the first sentence because people were pointing out "that the caption could be hurtful to people undergoing treatment for cancer, or to people who suffer from hair loss or thinning hair."
@KerastaseUSA@KerastaseUK: You're better than that. pic.twitter.com/Z7qk1EfQ17— Rachel McArthur (@raychdigitalink) January 9, 2018
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