Other women included in the photographs are Emma Watson, Miley Cyrus, Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow and Kristen Stewart.
According to the artist, who previously had a similar project depicting Disney Princesses as domestic violence victims, the project goal is “to persuade all the victims of abuse to break the silence denouncing their situation and raise awareness on the fact that all women can be victims of abuse, that no one is immune, even if you live the fairytale life like celebrities”.
Read more» Violence against women and girls, a gross human rights violation, devastates lives, causes untold pain, suffering and illness. A recent study estimated that the cost of intimate-partner accounted for 5.2 per cent of the global economy .
Beyond the direct medical and judicial costs, violence against women takes a toll on household and national budgets through lost income and productivity.
A source from the “Kardashian camp” reportedly told the celebrity website no one reached out to the sisters for permission to use their images and their legal team are now contacting the artist.
However, a spokesperson for ale Xsandro told, the artist’s spokesperson said: “The artist is sorry if Kim and Kendall are offended by his work, it was not his purpose, at all.
But the main focus of Asian-Nation is on issues and experiences that affect all Asian Americans, especially in the context of how we are typically treated as though we are all the same.The campaign ‘Break the Silence’ by artist ale Xsandro Palombo shows altered images of the most photographed women in the world bruised and beaten to highlight violence against women.However, according to , Kardashian-West and her sister, Jenner, are unhappy about the use of their photograph.While Asian Americans "only" make up about 5% of the U. Of course, being "Asian" is not necessarily the same as being "Asian American" and I focus on this distinction throughout Asian-Nation.S.'s population (as of 2008), we are one of the fastest growing racial/ethnic groups (in terms of percentage increase) in the U. The Asian American community has received a lot of scrutiny over the years but in many ways, still remains misunderstood. I also acknowledge that there is a debate over how certain Asian groups should be referred to -- Filipinos or Pilipinos, Koreans or Coreans.
I also use the following terms to mean the same thing: Asian American, Asian Pacific American (APA), and Asian Pacific Islander (API).