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Sunday evening on the social media platform X, pop-music megastar Taylor Swift posted an image of the cover for her upcoming album, “The Tortured Poets Department.”
Unsurprisingly, in light of Swift’s gargantuan cultural influence at the moment, her post had more than 85 million views as of early Tuesday afternoon, ET.
The album cover features a black-and-white photo of the singer lying on a bed, surrounded by white pillows. Swift has her head turned to the camera, right arm across her chest and camisole strap hanging from her shoulder. Her left arm is over her torso, her fingers curled provocatively above her waist.
She’s also wearing short shorts, which makes her bare legs, bent at the knees, a focal point of the photo.
Monday on Instagram — a social media platform even more focused on visual imagery than X — Christian mom and podcaster Haley Williams decided that she had seen enough of “this idolatry and wickedness.”
“Christian women everywhere, please hear me,” Williams wrote as part of a lengthy post.
“Please, for the sake of your daughters, rise up to the occasion this presents before you.”
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