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Gymnast Simone Biles in Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue

Simone Biles

Name: Simone Biles

Age: 19

Occupation: Olympic gymnast

Height: 4’9” / 145 cm

Weight: 100 lbs / 47 kg

Posing here for: Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue

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ann
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She looks incredible. Would love to see some crossfit atheletes/ weightlifters/ powerlifters in SI…

Sami
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Sami

amaaazing

fani
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fani

so strong

Maggie
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Maggie

That’s what women in SI should look like. She looks so strong, full of power and beauty…

wert
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wert

she has a very strong beautiful body

Amina
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Amina

I love her skin!

AliceinArcham
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AliceinArcham

All those poses look super easy. (tries them and dislocates everything in the process )

Bea
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Please stop posting so many Sports Illustrated entries… It’s getting boring.

Uma
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So to the person who keeps saying Gigi Hadid is so toned and has lots of muscle and what not, this is what actually muscular looks like. Simone is amazing and basically a superwoman so everything she does is great, and if she thinks doing SI is fun, well, good for her, she’s earned it!

jjj2
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jjj2

Being toned doesn’t mean you are bulk and muscular. I don’t think anyone said
Gigi was a gymnist and she certainly doesn’t look like it.

chrissy
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chrissy

you know I’m probably a similar build to her but a foot taller- if you were the same vmi and her and 6 ft you look waaaaay thinner.

Jason Downs
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Jason Downs

This is awful. Remember when the SI Swimsuit issue use to actually be filled with sexy hot models like Kathy Ireland, Tyra Banks and Leatitia Casta.
“But, but, but Simone is strong and tough.” So is a Jeep, it doesn’t make it sexy.
“But this issue if SI Swimsuit is inclusive of all body types.” Congrats, we’ve turned what use to be the super hot SI Swimsuit issues into an After School Special that makes everybody feel good. Simone is an athlete, not a model. Let athletes be altheltic and models model.

Jajo
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Jajo

i could not agree more!

sweet christmas
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sweet christmas

Gah I know right, how dare a woman you personally don’t find attractive allow herself to be seen in public? It’s not like there’s a long history of women being excluded from the definition of beauty because of their skin color and age or anything. The entitlement of some men is baffling.

Jason Downs
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Jason Downs

What are you talking about about? The SI Swimsuit issue has featured women of color for decades now.

sweet christmas
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sweet christmas

I was responding to your comment about how you were so offended that the woman on the cover wasn’t making your boner happy. I just find it funny that men always act so wounded when they see a woman they find unattractive out living her life successfully. Oh no your soft core po rn magazine is not showcasing a woman objectifying herself, what is the world coming to?

Jason Downs
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Jason Downs

So you consider the legendary SI Swimsuit issue that has featured many of the most accomplished models of all time as soft core po rnography?????! Quick somebody change Trya Bank’s Wikipedia page to model, talk show host, and po rn star.

sweet christmas
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sweet christmas

I know this is really hard for you to understand as a man, but photos of women digitally manipulated so they don’t look like a human female anymore (i.e Hannah Davis’s cover) for the benefit of the male gaze is po rnographic. Just because you found Tyra’s cover sexy doesn’t make it good for women as a whole or progressive b/c she’s black.

Jason Downs
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Jason Downs
1) when all else fails use the “but you don’t get it because your a man” argument. Don’t tell me what it’s like to be a man and I won’t tell you what it’s like to be a women. 2) You have a very lose definition of po rnography. You must own an interesting dictionary 3) Entertainment doesn’t have to be progressive or make anybody feel good about themselves. It’s entertainment, not a Public Service Announcement 4) we can lie to ourselves and say Simone is just a beautiful as Tyra Banks all we want, but if we put Simone… Read more »
sweet christmas
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sweet christmas

Wow you’re really butthurt that a healthy, fit, and accomplished woman made the cover of your wank material. You also have a really narrow view of entertainment if you think it means “anything that personally makes me hard.” I get the feeling you’re a really angry MRA that has trouble understanding that women aren’t here to personally serve as your dancing monkeys. Good bye and good luck!

Jason Downs
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Jason Downs

Who’s talking about “wank material” and “making me hard”? You can consider somebody sexy, beautiful or whatever without jumping to materbation. Geez, edited*

anna
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anna
What doesn’t make sense is why a sports magazine that features male athletes also features female models. It’s basically saying men are supposed to be athletic and women are supposed to be beautiful. What’s the problem with featuring female athletes and celebrating female athleticism too? Why should a sports magazine ‘owe you’ pictures of sexy women? You can see that plenty of other places… for true equality, female athletes should be celebrated for their athletic accomplishments instead of their bodies, but imo this is a step in the right direction. Like it or not this kind of mass media has… Read more »
Pat
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This photoshoot is really on-point IMO. The magazine is called SPORTS ILLUSTRATED and she is, indeed, an athlete! I never got/still don’t understand why this magazine is named Sports Illustrated when they put a lot of ”models” on the cover. It’s just me getting stuck on details, but it makes literally no sense semantically. It’s like selling a magazine called ”Food Illustrated” and put pictures of plywood on the cover…Nonsense.

Angela
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Angela

Some are saying they want a sexy but you have to remember while you were enjoying your models there were some men thinking can I have a more physically fit woman…not every man is turned on by the same things….

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