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Agnieszka Radwanska punished for her nude ESPN pics

Because of stripping down for the annual ESPN’s Body Issue and exercising "immoral behavior", Polish Agnieszka Radwanska lost her role of an ambassador for a Catholic youth group called Krucjata Mlodych, or Youth Crusade. Previously, the 24-year-old Radwanska appeared in the group's TV ads, spelling out the word "Jesus" with tennis balls and urging young Poles to assert pride in their faith.

Father Marek Dziewiecki, a senior Catholic priest, commented:

It’s a shame that someone who has declared their love for Jesus is now promoting the mentality of men looking at a woman as a thing rather than a child of God worthy of respect and love. If she meets a man who she can truly love and establish a happy family and raise Catholic children, then she would probably have to hide these pictures from relatives.

Many world famous athletes also got naked for the Body Issue, while WTA stars included Serena Williams, Vera Zvonareva and Daniela Hantuchova. (sources: ESPN, The Slice)

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4 thoughts on “Agnieszka Radwanska punished for her nude ESPN pics

  1. Petey Detruse

    Is that what he said – “Men looking at women as a thing?”

    The Petey Detruse rule is never to criticize a person because of their religion. Or if they have no religion. These are sacred beliefs and respecting another person’s sacred beliefs is to show the most fundamental lack of respect for others. Therefore, I do not criticize another’s religion.

    Except when they criticize MINE.

    This man is an idiot. He is backwards and he does not represent any God that I know. Just because he puts a robe on and carries a title does not mean he represents God in all things he does.

    Agnieska should be proud to show her body. Her body is beautiful and it gives recognition to the hard work she has done to place it in such shape. It provides example to other women of the possibilities for the femal form and most of all it gives us “men” reason to celebrate the gift of beauty and sexiness that comes from God. With all of the problems and hatred in this world, to wake up and marvel at something good and beautiful is not a sin or wrong – it’s a good thing. Appreciation of Agnieska.

    We’ve gone through – and have more work to do – in transforming some parts of the world to respect the rights of women. In America, even the stupidest man should understand that women should have all rights in the workplace, to own their bodies, and that the potential that they have is unlimited. We see them as full human beings. We see them this way and we can simultaneously also see them as sexy. The two are not mutually exclusive. We respect your intelligence and your legs without contradiction.

    Agnieska should be proud of her family and team and they should be proud of her.
    She should be proud of her hard work and her tennis. She is the New Martina Hingis and is doing even better.
    She should be proud of her body.
    She should be confident and proud of her morals because they are modern and they set an example for girls and women.

    Most of all, she should be proud to have her ambassadorship stripped. I said proud. To receive the honorarium from a man who is as beneath her in intelligence and morality only lowers her.

    Go JJ!! Jelena Jankovic, the pretty woman with the body that the entire ESPN Body Issue should be dedicated to.

  2. JohnnyB

    Great comment Petey!!!

    I doubt if Dizywicky actually looked at the picture. Probably all he heard was the word "nude". There is nothing wrong, immoral, pornographic etc about this picture of a beautiful, athletic body.

  3. P!nky

    Petey your comment was great to read, Johnny I agree with you on your bit. there is nothing wrong with the photos. it shows the female body in spectacular shape and great skin tone. In no upfront way is the photo sexual in anyway. that priest should be stripped of his title for sheer stupidity.

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