The Playmate defends herself – and other women – against a sexist blogger

By People Staff
Updated July 08, 2009 10:30 AM
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Kendra Wilkinson has taken time away from newlywed life to defend a woman’s right to choose … her clothes.

Recently, a blogger posted photos of the Playboy Playmate, 24 – who married NFL player Hank Baskett on June 27 – dressed for the golf course in a micro-miniskirt and tank top, with a commentary about how “Dressing sexy is all about attitude.”

He then suggested a woman should walk around in “a push-up bra and half-shirt … [with] her hands cupped over her breasts.” The post concludes, “I bet Kendra feels the same way.”

Not exactly.

Wilkinson responded with a post on her personal blog, agreeing that “attitude” is important, but adding, “There s nothing SEXIER than confidence in a woman!!!! Weight doesnt [sic] matter at the end of the day everybody has a different standard for what turns them on. There are probably tons of men out there that find thick librarians smokin hottt! LOL.”

The former Girls Next Door star, whose first child is due in December, then notes there is a double-standard when it comes to men and women, and jokes, “Maybe men should start walking around with their hands cupped on their junk and tank tops that show off their abs um, but only if they’re built like football players :)”
Joey Bartolomeo