The model and actress Jaime King bares her chest in the racy image, which many have praised for celebrating female pleasure.
Model and actress Jaime King has been vocal about her decision to raise her two sons in a gender-neutral environment.
Birth control doesn’t just prevent pregnancy — many women use the pill to regulate menstrual symptoms or moderate the pain associated with gynecologic disorders. Jaime King is one of them, and she wants lawmakers to know what she now knows.
LA is really turning it out this week. On Thursday night, Hollywood’s A-list—Julia Roberts, Gwyneth Paltrow, Diane Kruger—honored Ryan Murphy at the amfAR gala. Murphy, the creator of Glee, Scream Queens, and American Horror Story, was surrounded by a loving support squad thrilled to celebrate his success. “Is there any recognition Ryan’s not deserving of?”
Jaime King leaving a friend’s house, wearing an exclusive Mighty Fine Star Wars sweatshirt from Kohl’s. Photo: StarTraks Photo Fashion loves to talk about high low. Nothing says, “I know style,” quite like the ability to mix runway fashions with high street pieces—at least not since Anna Wintour paired those stonewashed Guess jeans with a bejeweled Christian Lacroix sweater on the cover of her Vogue debut. Jaime King showed off her own styling prowess while out and about in Los Angeles on Thursday.
Since Joan Rivers’ passed away, Fashion Police has been grasping at the trains of celebrities’ gowns walking right passed their place on the red carpet, hoping for an angel sent down by the recently deceased host to save the show. First, Kathy Griffin materialized like a divine dirty talking messenger, but after only seven episodes, found a higher purpose in feminism. Now, rumor has it, that Melissa Rivers, who has served as the executive producer on the E! Network former hit, will step out from behind the camera and serve as panel moderator slash celestial savior. This situation then snowballed, with Kelly Osbourne demanding an apology and subsequently quitting.
“In day-to-day life, there is no perfection,” Jaime King told Yahoo Beauty explaining that part of the problem is that the images people post on social media are all made to look flawless, "Anyone could set up a pretty picture.”
Photo: @Jaime_King Pregnant actress Jaime King is done with people body shaming and bullying women on social media, and she’s fighting for a change. “Nobody should be torn apart for being too thin or too fat, or too this or too that.” King recounts the exact moment she noticed how cruel the social mediasphere had gotten—it two years ago, when a very pregnant Kim Kardashian attended the Met Gala.