A magazine poster showing a pregnant Britney Spears naked has been banned by bosses of Tokyo's subway. The picture will be used on the front cover October's Harper's Bazaar magazine in the country and had been put up to advertise it. Tokyo Metro staff decided that the image was a bit too much for commuters, however.
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This work is protected by copyright and may be linked to without seeking permission. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Please contact mpub-help umich. For many of her fans, both male and female, Britney Spears is her body, an icon of feminine beauty and the normalized ideal of slenderness. To this extent, Britney Spears is aesthetically and culturally problematic as a pregnant woman. In this article, I will first discuss the nature of both feminine and pregnant embodiment and the location of contemporary feminist scholarship within these discourses. In the photograph, Demi Moore stands firmly outside medical representations that treat pregnancy as pathology. Standing naked and eroticised by the camera, Demi Moore wears her diamonds like a dress, representing her cultural power and wealth and as an idealized white woman.
The singer of "… Baby, One More Time" posed in the buff for the cover of the August issue; there's also a photo spread inside. On the cover, Spears, who is sitting, cups her breasts with her hands and crosses her legs while showing her protruding belly and smiling for the camera of lensman Alexi Lubomirski. Spears revealed to late-night talk show host David Letterman last month that she was pregnant, confirming media reports and ending much speculation.