A photo of Canadian figure skater Kaetlyn Osmond on the Globe and Mail's front page sparked outrage on March 18, but the 17-year-old doesn't see what all the fuss is about.
The photo, which showed the teen lifting her leg in a revealing crotch shot position, prompted Globe and Mail public editor Sylvia Stead to blast the paper on Twitter.
"Photo on #globeandmail front today is not acceptable in my view & readers," she wrote.
But Osmond told Maurie Sherman of the Roz & Mocha Show on KiSS 92.5 Toronto that she didn't consider the photo to be inappropriate. In fact, she considered it an honour.
"When I first saw the picture I was thinking 'oh cool, it's the first time I've ever gotten on the cover of a newspaper' and I was just really excited about it," said Osmond.
Listen to the full interview below:
Osmond also revealed: "Our skirts go flying all the time so we're used to it so we don't find it that offensive."
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