Actress Rowan Blanchard arrives at the 2015 Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles, California, United States, August 16, 2015. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

Reality star Kim Kardashian recently broke the Internet again after posting a nude selfie of herself on Twitter. The image received both good and negative feedback. Rowan Blanchard, star of “Girl Meets World,” particularly defended Kim and praised women who are aiming to take control of their bodies.

On Mar. 7, 2016, Kim Kardashian shared a nude photo of herself on social media, which was beautifully censored at the proper areas. The reality star appeared to be in her bathroom, standing in front of the mirror. So far, the selfie has garnered over 130,000 shares and over 230,000 likes.

The photo received both praise and criticism from social media users. A number of notable stars reacted, like actress Chloe Grace Moretz, who wrote that Kardashian should realise how important setting goals are for young women and that they should be taught that there is so much more to offer than their bodies. Veteran Betty Midler also joked on Twitter that if Kim wants people to see a part of her that they have never seen before, she has to swallow the camera.

As for Blanchard, she asked why feminists are mad at Kim Kardashian for consensually posting a photo of her own body. She wrote that nude images of women are frequently leaked by abusers without their consent, so people should not be angry at Kim for being proud and happy with her body.

Blanchard continued that women can learn two things from Kim’s recent nude selfie. First, to be accepting of themselves and use the selfie to choose how they want to be viewed. Second, to try to gain control of your own image, which girls never had,in general.

The 14-year-old also posted images of nude female portraits done artistically.

“Girls being nude publicly isn't new: but isn't it nice when they can be the subject of the image, & the portrayer too?” she captioned the images.

To celebrate International Women’s Day on Mar. 8, Blanchard tweeted a message, which stated that girls are living proof that those born with clipped wings can learn to fly.