We wouldn't have thought it possible just a few weeks ago, but it turns out that photos of Kate Upton nude can be controversial.
That's what happens when the images are published against the will of this supermodel, and also when she's far from alone in having her most intimate privacy violated.
For about a month now, some loser/perverted/pathetic hacker has broken into the cell phones and computers of famous women around the world.
He's published images on Reddit and 4chan of Kim Kardashian nude; of Jennifer Lawrence nude; and of countless other celebrities in provocative poses, from Gabrielle Union... to Hope Solo... to Kate Bosworth... to Hayden Panettiere.
The scandal has created a riff between those who believe this is the equivalent of a sex crime (Lena Dunham) and those who believe the subjects deserve their public scorn for posing in an inappropriate manner (Clay Aiken).
Where do you stand? Should the hacker be prosecuted to the full extent of the law? Should these women have known better because they're famous?
Ponder, debate, consider, decide - and click around to see just who's been affected by this hacking: