Kate Middleton topless: reaction

For some bizarre reason, certain people on the internet are saying Kate only has herself to blame for the recent publication of topless photographs by French Closer magazine, à la Prince Harry scandal. The general consensus of this bunch is that any partial nudity outside of the bedroom is a desperate plea for publicity, therefore I thought I might offer a brief distinction for those in need:

Inviting a bunch of strangers to your Las Vegas hotel room for drunken naked merriment, however delightful, is quite different from sunbathing topless in France with your husband on private property. Publication of the former is inevitable considering the public nature of Vegas and the open medium of camera phone utilised by a stranger; publication of the latter is a gross and illegal invasion of privacy, clandestinely using a long lens whilst hiding on private property, thereby behaving in the manner of a stalker.

Now, I would really quite like it if all the heinous misogynists would kindly fuck right off, please.

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