Rachel Dolezal, The White Woman Who Claims To Be Black Poses Unclad For Provocative Photoshoot


All-over tan: Rachel Dolezal stripped for this 2012  shoot, seemingly proving she was dark-skinned all over

Days after she resigned as the President of NAACP Spokane chapter, disturbing layers of the controversial white woman who lied that she was black and lived as a black person for years is unraveling. One of the new information to emerge about the so-called trans-racial woman are unclad shots she took around 2012 in Washignton DC. The photos show Rachel Dolezal unclad, with only her long blonde braids covered her modesty.

Her suggestive poses shows that these photos went beyond sun-tanning. It was meant to be ‘au naturelle’.  But we now know the look was far from authentic. See more photos below:

Not sure natural: It has since emerged she allegedly gets regular spray tans, worth $60 a month, at a salon

In an apparent bid to justify the years of lying, she told the TODAY show that she was five years old when she started using brown crayons to draw pictures of herself in kindergarten.‘I would draw self-portraits with a brown crayon instead of the peach crayon. That was how I was portraying myself.’ Her white parents, Larry and Ruthanne Dolezal, claim the transformation wasn’t until her 20s or 30s.

However, Dolezal dismissed their statements, and said she is not 100 per cent certain she is their biological daughter. Mr and Mrs Dolezal have demanded a DNA test to prove her white heritage.  In a further development to Dolezal’s life story, she revealed she is bisexual – as she claimed she cried reading Caitlyn Jenner’s story of isolation in Vanity Fair.

‘Just yesterday I finally had a chance to read Caitlyn Jenner’s piece in the magazine and I cried,’ Dolezal told Savannah Guthrie. ‘I resonated with some of the themes of isolation, of being misunderstood.’

Though Dolezal has admitted to wearing a weave, she insists she is black because of her life experiences

Defiant: She has refused to apologize for lying, but admitted to 'creative nonfiction' with her imageNot natural? Dolezal claims she is naturally black because she began to identify as black when she was fiveThe semi-unclad pictures were taken in 2012, when Dolezal was already involved in civil rights activism

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