Who’s about what: a collection of essays from Emily Ratajkowski will be released under the title “My body”

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In her work, the model explores the theme of femininity and the relationship of a man to a woman.

Recently Emily Ratajkowski announced the release of her collection of essays entitled “My Body” (My Body). The model showed subscribers a photograph of the manuscript, which had not yet been formed into a book, and wrote:

It is with excitement and awe to announce that my collection of essays, My Body, will be released by Metropolitan Books. It’s incredible that I work with a publishing house that many authors I respect have worked with (Noam Chomsky! Edward Snowden!). Now it’s time to get to work!

Who's about what: a collection of essays from Emily Ratajkowski will be released under the title

Emily’s book will be out in 2022. In it, the celebrity explores “what it means to be a woman, how men relate to women and why women allow it.”

Emily Ratajkowski has shown herself to be incredibly honest, knowledgeable and strong – I’m not surprised she thinks of herself as a writer in the first place. I also admire how outspoken, political and fearless she is – what a force she can become!

Metropolitan editor Sarah Bershtel said in a statement to the Associated Press last week.

Despite the fact that Emily puts a lot of emphasis on the beauty of her body and the topic of sexuality in general, she states that this does not “define her” at all.

The fact that I use my image and benefit from it as a model seems more like a way of survival, rather than how I define myself. Working as a model was a great way to make money and gain stability. But along with this also came a strange fame. Probably every girl at heart wants to become famous, but for me it was not a goal at all,

– said Emily in an interview with GQ.

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