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Even If Zendaya Is Masturbating on This Magazine Cover, We'll Still Love Her Forever

Even If Zendaya Is Masturbating on This Magazine Cover, We'll Still Love Her Forever

Even If Zendaya Is Masturbating on This Magazine Cover, We'll Still Love Her Forever

It seems things got a tad handsy.

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Nothing becomes a scandal faster than something on Instagram, and this recent case is a great illustration of that simple fact. In case you missed it, the internet is freaking out about the recent cover of Wonderland magazine. The cover of their summer issue was revealed this week on the 'Gram, and commenters immediately started panicking. Why?

Well, it appears to feature pop sensation and #everythinggoals Zendaya with her hand somewhere a little, eh hem, suggestive.

We’re nothing if not down for some scandalous photos, and we get why some people have their panties in a bunch about the pic. But too, I have to wonder about how this is influenced by unconscious bias and the hypersexualization of women of color.

Just saying, y’all.

This is definitely not the first time a magazine has featured a young woman looking sexual, and people love nothing more than policing a woman for her sexual history. People especially don't like when a woman looks like she's experiencing pleasure, especially without the help of a dude. As a queer woman of color, I'm definitely not going to judge a fellow woman of color for pushing the boundaries of what's acceptable and what isn't.

Either way, we’re here for Zendaya. The young singer has quickly become an icon in all things style, and her support of the LGBT community makes it hard not to be on Team Z.

And if she’s chill with looking a little handsy on the cover of a magazine, we’ll be the last ones to judge.

h/t: Mashable

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Rachel Charlene Lewis

Rachel Charlene Lewis is a writer, editor, and queer woman of color based in North Carolina. Her writing has most recently appeared in Ravishly, Hello Giggles, and elsewhere.

Rachel Charlene Lewis is a writer, editor, and queer woman of color based in North Carolina. Her writing has most recently appeared in Ravishly, Hello Giggles, and elsewhere.