GQ advances the feminist agenda

GQ Cover

GQ is well-known for doing its bit to promote the advancement of women. The magazine's latest contribution: selecting Jennifer Aniston to grace one of three covers of the annual Men of the Year issue. A truly historic event since GQ has not featured a woman on the cover of this most important issue for over a decade. Even more heartening is the magazine's effort to visually underline the actress' femininity in no uncertain terms.

Here's what Aniston's spokesman had to say about her photo: "Jennifer has always been interested in creating images that are inspired and different from what you may have seen before."

I have two words for you, lady: topless bar.[LINK]

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