Jessica Simpson: Do You Approve Of Naked Pregnancy Photos?

Celebrities love posing for naked pictures when they’re pregnant. From Demi Moore to Britney Spears to Annie Leibovitz, it’s almost a right of passage now for famous women to tackle the side profile when they’re getting near their ninth month. As such, it’s no surprise Jessica Simpson decided to strip down for March’s cover of Elle. Appearing slightly more straight on than usual, the musician/ reality star/ actress covers the essentials and proudly cups her stomach.

Many fans have taken to the Internet to praise Simpson’s willingness to bare all and show the beauty of impending motherhood, but a vocal minority has also expressed irritation and annoyance at yet another notable name continuing the practice. The differences in opinion speak to a larger argument that’s been around for years and will likely remain until the end of time. Should women get naked pregnancy pictures taken? You can check out Simpson’s picture below…

I have no problem with women being proud of their bodies while they’re pregnant. If they want to take a picture of it and show the world, I don’t have a problem with that either, but there’s plenty of people out there that think it’s stupid and kind of tacky. What do you think? Should a woman get naked photographs taken while she’s pregnant? Let us know your thoughts by voting in the poll below…

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