If you came here looking for leaked pictures of Christina Hendricks, congratulations -- you're gross!
Also, if you came here looking for pictures of Olivia Munn, January Jones or Sarah Silverman that are also going around, guess what? Still gross.
If you want to see naked women on the Internet, I've got good news for you: The Internet is literally full of naked women! Most of them agreed to be naked on the Internet and -- get this -- some of them even got paid for it. You've gotta respect that.
"OK," you say, "but I'm not into that fake plastic look. I like real girls." More good news! There's a relatively new trend in the naked-people-on-the-Internet business that I'm sure you've heard of by now: Amateur photos, many of which were uploaded with the consent of the people in them. You can look at those exhibitionists as much as you want, guilt-free. It's what they want you to do!
And if you only enjoy pictures of naked celebrities? Cool, sort of weird taste you have, but no judging here. We'll have you know that you can find tons of places on the Internet entirely devoted to screencapping celebrity nude scenes. You could visit one of them in the time it would take you to finish this sentence. For free even!
And, if for some weird reason you can only get off to pictures of celebrities in private moments, well there's a non-gross way to satisfy even that desire! Legally, you can't sell a celebrity sex tape in this country without the consent of the "performers." So when you're watching Paris Hilton, Kim Kardashian or even Jenna from "Survivor," you can rest easy knowing that they performed some level of moral calculus and decided they were cool with it. Watch away!
So basically, when you look online for stolen nude photos of famous people, you are on some level admitting that seeing someone naked is better when they're not consenting to it. That's not an uncommon desire, or even necessarily an evil one (we understand the whole "forbidden fruit" thing) -- but it is definitely still gross.