Model Paulina Porizkova is posing topless on Instagram again despite recent criticism about her age and her appearance!
The 57-year-old author of “No Filter: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” took to Instagram to promote her new collection of personal essays with a topless photo that featured her posing behind the cover of her new book.
Model Paulina Porizkova, 57, Is ‘Baring It All’ In ‘Unfiltered’ Topless Photo
In her latest Instagram post, the former Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover model shared a photo that featured her smiling for the camera with her long blonde hair flowing around her face. She is topless as she hides her chest behind the cover of her new book, “No Filter.”
“Baring it all. Unfiltered – but, admittedly, in good light. That’s both me and my book,” Paulina wrote in the caption. “I’ll be hitting San Francisco this weekend to do the Happy Women Dinners and brunches, organized by @jillconnection. I’m so excited!”
“For those of you who couldn’t squeeze in, there is also a signing in the Ghirardelli Square bookstore on the 18th of March, at @ghirardellisquare in the independent, woman-owned bookstore called Lola, @lolanorthofthebeach,” she added.
“I’ll also be doing a book signing the following weekend, March 25 at the new Malibu Village Books, in – obviously-Malibu @malibuvillage @mvbabookstore,” she continued. “And- another Happy Women Brunch in Beverly Hills on Sunday the 26th, 6 tix still left if you contact @jillconnection !”
“The details of the events should now be listed in my schedule- so click the link in bio if you’re interested. Lucky me to get to meet all of you,” she concluded, wrapping up her post with the hashtags #betweenjloandbettywhite, #nofilterthegoodthebadandthebeautiful, and #nofilterbutgoodlight.
Fans Are LOVING Paulina’s Newest Collection Of Personal Essays!
Writer Gordon Olivea had nothing but love for Paulina’s latest book. “Your inner joy is just glowing! I just finished No Filter! From one writer to another – it was a good read. Occupied was harrowing. Fate and choice were uplifting. I was looking for inspiration, I found that, and something more – a kindred spirit,” he wrote.
“Except for the fame-related stuff I could relate on so many levels. You wrote a profound book. Your honesty and strength allow for real insight,” he added. “Thank you for choosing to give us that. We who have read your book are the better for it.” Paulina replied, “Thank you so much!” alongside a red heart emoji.
“The link still doesn’t say anything about Los Angeles!” one fan commented. “It will. They are working on it!” Paulina replied. “Loved meeting you at the dinner in LA! A true generous beauty inside. Thank you for being a leading voice for women over 50,” another follower wrote. “So great to meet you! Paulina replied.
One follower asked, “Seems like you promote your book nude a lot. Will you be doing the book signing nude also?” Paulina replied, “Clearly, by showing bare arms and a bit of midriff in the photo, I will be signing nude. Great powers of deduction.” Another fan joked, “See you out there!! I’ll be wearing the same thing.”
Paulina Porizkova Has Been Facing A Lot More Backlash Lately!
The “Anna” actress has never been shy about being candid with her Instagram followers and she was not shy about calling out “unkind” comments on Instagram. She shared a collection of screencaps that took aim at her age and appearance from a photo that featured her standing in a black bikini in front of the fireplace.
“Some thoughtful readers comments…” Paulina wrote in the caption. “I post a barely clothed photo of myself, it gets a lot of attention, and then come the comments. Most of you are wonderfully supportive and understand what I’m trying to do in representing an older woman as still sexy and viable, and certainly not invisible.”
“Then there are the naysayers. This of course when a conversation actually begins,” she explained. “Many of the unkind comments seem to focus on me needing validation – which is true in part, I do need to be noticed in order not to be invisible. You also call me out for promoting the objectification of women. This is also partly true, I am working within set constraints thousands of years old.”
“The comments that I like the least however, are that because I’m tall and slim, I do not have the right to represent women my age because I don’t look like a typical woman my age. I’m not trying to represent all women of my age. How could I? How could anyone?” she asked. “Don’t we all look different and isn’t that where our beauty lies? In our uniqueness?”
“What is truly sad here are the obvious insecurities of women who cannot find space to love themselves for who they are. For what their bodies can do. For what they can feel,” she added. “Instead, they will compare, feel wanting and ashamed for not measuring up, and turn around to shame those who made them feel this way.”
“We can all only walk with our own feet, making our own unique imprints in the sand,” she concluded, wrapping up her post with a variety of hashtags that included #sexyhasnoexpirationdate, #betweenjloandbettywhite, #graypride, #trolls, #foodforthought, and #celebratetheskinyourein.