ANTM Winner Whitney Thompson Bares All in the Name of Love

08/26/2010 at 06:30 PM ET

Inez Lewis

Tyra Banks has never been shy about flaunting her curves–and now one of her protégés is following suit. Whitney Thompson, America’s Next Top Model‘s first-ever plus-sized winner, is boldly baring it all to promote Love Your Body Day, which will take place in West Hollywood on October 23. Whitney (left) is joined in the daring photo by Chenese Lewis, the event’s creator and President of the Hollywood Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW). Learn more about NOW Hollywood’s curve celebration and see more shots from the campaign at loveyourbodyday.com Tell us: What do you think about Whitney’s campaign shots? –Katherine Kluznik Rentmeester

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Melissa on

Brave. Honest. Beautiful. I am proud to support the National Organization for Women’s Love Your Body Day campaign. It’s body-positive message is just what women of all ages and SIZES need to hear!

Natalie on

Love it!!! True beauty and confidence comes from within. Whitney and Chenese are gorgeous!

Lscott on

I know Chenese and she is beautiful on the inside as well. This is a wonderful project and should be supported by all women. You can just feel the love at this event.

Alissa on

I watched the CTV News “Brief” — on the all news cannhel — with the left-wing Scott Laurie interview the two CTV arts-and-culture regulars, on WH’s death. One interesting thig is the way the three lefties skirted the drugs and wife battering issues with euphemisms. They used terms like “she had to go through “”drug issues” and “domestic violence issues”. These three apologists for Hollywood and the criminal rap scenes are too politically correct to use blunt language. Like, why not say that “Whitney was a coke head” and “”Booby Brown beat her up”?Rest in peace WH, but I find the Hollywood and music scenes alienating to the extreme. The MSM refuse to criticize the situation, of stars dying early, but they should.

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