This Actress Just Launched The Most Important NSFW Website I've Seen

Actress Caitlin Stasey, who you can see as Lady Kenna on The CW's "Reign," just launched a feminist website that works to empower women while celebrating and normalizing female nudity.

OK. Celebrities are one thing. But celebrities who use their spotlight to make the world better are ALL OF THE THINGS.

Australian actress Caitlin Stasey jumped into that second (best) category when she was like, time to take down the patriarchy and make shit happen.


Here's four ways Caitlin Stasey is a modern-day feminist icon:

1. She's an actress person who speaks up.


2. She owns it. She owns others owning it.


3. She'll bust a myth, defy a taboo, no problem.

Look at all the craps she does not give. Beautiful.

4. She created a website that gives women a wild new chance to be heard.

Try a new thing on *your* own! Caitlin launched herself.com and it's g-r-e-a-t.

Obviously, these images aren't pixelated on the actual website. And yes, I understand the hypocrisy of pixelating them here while the whole point is celebrating nudity and realness ... but I wanted to make sure you got to make that choice for yourself.

And you can exercise that choice and visit the website right here if you like!

Yay. Here's to Caitlin, to you, to me, to disrupting the status quo, and to being the very best version of yourself possible.

Cheers!

See the video from that GIF set at the top here:

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