(It’s odd that the smile seems like the most unnatural part of this picture.)
The tasteful pornographers at Playboy have thus far been unsuccessful in trying to convince Gina Carano to take her clothes off and pretend to wash a car, so they’ve gone one step lower. Or higher, depending on how you think about it. Cris "Cyborg" Santos says she’s been offered a spot in Playboy’s glossy pages, and she’s considering it. There’s one thing, though. As she puts it, "…only one man saw me naked in my entire life and I have to think deeply about that."
One man? Really? I don’t know whether to be impressed or concerned. But regardless, it’s not like she’s got anything any of us haven’t seen before. Unless she does. Which would be kind of awesome and possibly scary.
I have no choice but to assume that this is all an elaborate ploy to get Carano to pose for Playboy. It’s kind of like when you approach a group of women at a bar. You don’t immediately start talking to the prettiest one; that’s what they’re all expecting. Instead, you talk to her athletically superior, sort of masculine friend with limited English skills.
At first the pretty girl will pretend to regard this as a positive development, but soon enough she’ll feel her status within the group is threatened, and she’ll be forced to do whatever it takes to steal back the spotlight. Works every time. Except for when it doesn’t. Then the next thing you know you’re in a committed relationship with a girl you can’t understand who may decide to beat you up if you displease her.