'If I'm gutsy enough to do this, this is a good thing for everybody. This is the everywoman, here she is,'" Ray reveals to Nightline.
Is this good for everybody?
Does Ray's sexualization of herself actually hurt the everywoman?
I have always taken the stance - To Each Her Own. Live your life, I'll live mine .
But there's something about this story that struck a cord with me. I am left asking – was this really necessary?
What do you think?