With her magazine photo shoot, Jill Abramson is not afraid to address a topic that is not very well-known.

With her magazine photo shoot, Jill Abramson is not afraid to address a topic that is not very well-known.

The fact that she is a female and the era's most recent executive editor of the New York Times does not seem to intimidate her.

There is nothing new about portraying women as s**ual objects in heavy circulation men’s magazines. 

With her magazine photo shoot, Jill Abramson is not afraid to address a topic that is not very well-known.

But it seems there is a lack of an outspoken voice amongst females themselves through the industry which has been so defined by its objectification narrative,

With her magazine photo shoot, Jill Abramson is not afraid to address a topic that is not very well-known.

The article reviews Jill Abramson's foray into this topic through her photo shoot with the trade publication Masturbation Monthly and other interviews she made after. Abramson wants to take on this topic in part because she feels that despite being iconic, Eleanor Roosevelt has in some sense escaped discussing it.

With her magazine photo shoot, Jill Abramson is not afraid to address a topic that is not very well-known.

Through social questioning and comments, Amy Schumer also tackles this controversial "forbidden" subject about women who masturbate for TV shows. Actions like these can create astonishing conversations about how both men and

With her magazine photo shoot, Jill Abramson is not afraid to address a topic that is not very well-known.
With her magazine photo shoot, Jill Abramson is not afraid to address a topic that is not very well-known.
With her magazine photo shoot, Jill Abramson is not afraid to address a topic that is not very well-known.
With her magazine photo shoot, Jill Abramson is not afraid to address a topic that is not very well-known.
With her magazine photo shoot, Jill Abramson is not afraid to address a topic that is not very well-known.