Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr's latest photo shoot for British magazine GQ enters pretty raunchy territory.
But what if the photos are reshot with a hairy and tattooed guy clad only in white Y-fronts as the subject?
The result is equal parts awkward and hilarious — which is the point.
Dom Nader and Adrian Archer from Australian online comedy duo Bondi Hipsters parodied Kerr’s racy shoot in a series of photos highlighting the fashion industry’s double standards.
The pictures of heavily bearded Nader baring his body, and posing in skimpy outfits have gone viral around the world since they were uploaded to Facebook last Friday.
“As you can see, the shoot comes across very differently,” Christiaan Van Vuuren, Nader’s real-life alter ego, told The Huffington Post.
“We think that this is a good case for the over-sexualization of the female body in the high fashion world. For some reason as soon as you put a man in there, and have a man talking about same-sex curiosity and masturbation it’s an entirely different thing that we aren’t used to seeing in the media.”
(Facebook: Bondi Hipsters)
The duo also parodied Kerr’s revealing interview with GQ, in which she talks about keeping sex-fit, masturbating on airplanes and the possibility of experimenting with another woman.
Here’s are some of the choice comments:
Kerr, on being a mile high club member: "I've had an orgasm in the air before. Alone. And together."
Nader reveals he has too, kind of: “Mile high club? Put it this way, I’ve had a wank on a bus.”
Kerr waxes lyrical about sex as fitness: "The more sex I have, the more defined my arms and stomach get."
So Nader does, too: “The more sex I have, the hairier I get.”
Kerr, on her burgeoning bisexuality: "I love the female body and truly appreciate the female form. I definitely need a man in the bedroom, however — a nice strong chest to lie on. Still I want to explore.”
And Nader: “I need a woman in the bedroom, however — some nice comfy boobs to lie on. Still, I want to explore … with a blindfold on.”
Want to see more gender-flipping at work?
Jennifer Lopez has a crack at it in her "I Luh Ya Papi" video released last month, in which a female dancer asks, "Why do men always objectify the women in every single video?"
Cue four minutes of scantily clad male mountains of muscle swooning over a mostly clothed J-Lo.