Kim Kardashian unknowingly (or perhaps knowingly) kicked off a great women's rights debate on Twitter when she called out Bette Midler, Chloë Grace Moretz, and Piers Morgan for the shade they threw after she posted a nude selfie Monday. Her tweets inspired some actresses—who were already posting about gender equality in honor of International Women's Rights Day—to ask why any women should be shamed for posting a nude selfie of her own body.
Modern Family actress Ariel Winter was quick to point out that men are not shamed for posting their nude shots:
Disney Channel star Rowan Blanchard added that at least Kim's images were posted with her consent—too many aren't of other women:
Actress Abigail Breslin called out the gendered response:
Emily Ratajkowski took offense at some outlets' speculation that Kanye West was tweeting from Kim's account during her "outburst":
(Claims to which Kim replied that no, it was all her:)
While Kim's friend Demi Lovato posted a simple image to break the issue down:
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