Actress Gets Dropped From Magazine Shoot After Refusing To Pose Nude, Shames Magazine

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Australian actress and former Neighbours star Caitlin Stasey has hit the headlines once again after publically shaming one magazine who dropped her interview after she refused to strip off.

The actress launched her own website, Herself.com, in order to promote feminism and hit out at the nude pictures that had been leaked at the time, featuring various celebrities, and has been a vocal supporter of feminism throughout her career.

That is why she took such a public stance when Australian magazine Good Weekend cancelled a scheduled photoshoot after she refused to pose nude.

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She documented her feelings on Twitter, and it makes for some pretty powerful reading.

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The magazine editor, Ben Naparstek, then claimed:

[It] would have been a classy shoot with a leading American fashion photographer in line with the beautiful artistic imagery she’d published of herself on Herself.com, which she’d just launched…

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We decided not to pursue the shoot when her agent offered us access to existing portraits instead. But with the Herself.com peg no longer as strong, we chose to delay the profile until later in the year so it could be tied to the new seasons of her series Please Like Me and Reign.

Now Stasey isn’t one to take things lying down, and made it clear she was not impressed – and that was not what had happened. She screenshotted emails from the conversations, and posted them online.

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