Is your daughter using an app called Star Girl on her smartphone? It might be worth checking — because it's causing something of a furore amongst people who've delved a bit deeper and found out what it's all about. In short, it's a game that encourages girls to dress sexily and go on dates with 'hot guys' in the hope of becoming models. Gamers are encouraged to dress their celebrity avatar - or on-screen character - in racy clothing from lingerie shops and to visit nightclubs to flirt with 'hot celebrities' in exchange for gifts. Put another way: another depressing tale of how computer programmers force us beleaguered parents to be constantly on our guard against what our children are accessing online. Of course, some people will think it's all perfectly innocent fun.
Emily Ratajkowski: You Can Dress Sexily and Still Be a Feminist
Emily Ratajkowski: You Can Dress Sexily and Still Be a Feminist | SELF
If you've ever put on a hot AF outfit, admired yourself in the mirror, and then posed the question, "Can I wear this sexy get-up and still be a feminist? Yes, you can wear what you want and still be a feminist. That's kind of the point. In a recent interview with Allure , Ratajkowski made her feelings on the intersection of feminism and fashion known.