Maybe some of you are familiar with Lindsey Vonn, a prodigy alpine skier, often considered the best skier US has. She was features in Sports Illustrated magazine and she made the cover. The shoot for the cover can be seen here: http://www.theskichannel.com/image/news/20100203_Lindsey_Vonn_SI_cover_456.jpg [Broken] This specific shoot stirred some controversy lately. There was a strong current saying that the Lindsey's pose is highly sexual, and that SI objectifies women with such shoots. While I can understand that some dumbass man may feel threatened by the sexuality of highly successful women, I do not understand why some females feels that that using you sexuality in addition to other attributes contributes to "woman objectifying", "anti-feminist", "sexist" , and make such a big drama from it. I can only see envy. Women envious on successful women who also happen to look very hot. So if they cant make it there, they scream foul play and sexism. IMO there is nothing wrong in using your body and looks to reap more benefits, gaining wider exposure and popularity. We are after all defined by a conglomerate of qualities, and certainly looks is one of those qualities . Vonn is exceptional , strong minded , made it to elite levels in sport, and hot. Why the hell not use *all* she got ? What's your take ? Is the cover sexist ? Should women avoid using their sensuality and sexuality ?