Playmate of the year Dani Mathers body shames a woman at the gym
2015 Playmate Of The Year Dani Mathers went full mean-girl at the gym this week. She took a photo of a naked women changing in a locker room and posted it to her Snapchat account with the caption, “If I can’t unsee this, then you can’t either.” When it was swiftly brought to her attention that only the worst type of pond scum would violate a woman’s privacy in a gym locker room and use her social media account to smugly shame said woman, she tried to erase her actions.
Clearly she doesn’t understand that once something is posted on the internet, you simply can’t “unsee it.”
That’s the image she posted — without the censor circles, of course. Why? Why would you do this to someone?
This woman was simply changing. In a locker room. What level of entitlement does it take to pull out your phone, photograph someone in a private place — naked — and shame her on the internet? I’m assuming a Playboy Playmate has been naked around others, no? But I guess it’s only okay when you have what society deems as an “acceptable” body.
She posted an apology, but has since deleted her account. Here are some screenshots, because again, you can’t unsee things on the internet.
Twitter was quick to point out how gross her behavior was.
“I chose to model because I appreciate women and their bodies, so me of all people, should never make light of another woman’s naked body,” Mathers tweeted, before she deleted her account.
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