Mirror- A shocking new photo of Kim Kardashian shows the star bloodied, battered and bruised after what looks like to be a severe beating has been made up in a campaign to end violence against women.
The new image has been created by Italian artist Alexsandro Palombo, who has picked Kim among eight stars to disfigure for his new campaign against domestic violence.
Kim joins high profile stars including her young sister Kendall, Madonna, Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow in the disturbing images that are edited to show the stars from the shoulders, covered in nasty bruises.
I appreciate the cause, I really do. Domestic abuse is a huge problem in this country, and with the way the world works now-a-days choosing celebrities to help get the message out is probably the most effective way of doing so. However, maybe next time we can put the candidates through a better vetting process? A Kardashian? A Jenner? Tomb Raider? The 'Twilight' broad? You couldn't possible pick four more hatable celebrities if you tried. I would never lay my hands on a woman, but if someone put a gun to my head and said pick four women to punch in the face this would likely be my starting lineup. Never mind Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow, that's a championship caliber bench right there.
I agree that no woman is immune to domestic abuse. That's an important concept that people need to understand. Still, if someone told me that Angelina Jolie got a black eye I would think it was from kissing the wrong person's baby. If Kendall Jenner showed up in public with a cut on her mouth I would assume it was just a 'Lip Challenge' gone wrong. Kristen Stewart got her ass whooped? Probably had a little something to do with her resting bitch face and the perpetual stink eye she's given to every single person she's ever spoken to. Admit it. Every man that opened this post and saw Kim Kardashian with a bruise on her head laughed a little bit, even if it was just on the inside. That doesn't make us bad people (well, maybe it does), and it doesn't mean we support those that beat women. It does mean that on the surface there are some women that just have more punchable faces, and using them to show that it could happen to anyone doesn't really make that point all that clear.