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Noted Feminist Emily Ratajkowski Lands Cosmo Cover

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Emily Ratajkowski of "Blurred Lines" fame asserts she's a feminist and also that "they're real" as Cosmopolitan's November cover girl. The Gone Girl star refused to talk about Robyn Thicke, instead telling the magazine that she is fortunate to be able to "wear what she wants, sleep with whom she wants, and dance how she wants, while still being a feminist." Having it all.

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