Demi Moore gave an interview to Elle this month and ended up discussing her favorite subject which is Demi. As usual, Demi can do no wrong when it comes to talking about herself and the things she has done. When I think of the word brave, I think of police and fire people. I think of the military. I think of a woman who has four kids and is being abused at home but goes out on her own anyway. That to me is brave. Posing for a magazine cover isn't brave. It shouldn't even be in the same ballpark. Talking about her famous naked, pregnant, Vanity Fair cover, Demi told Elle, "I was brave. I was so brave! I had no sense of the impact it would have. I just wanted to push the boundaries." Wasn't it Annie's idea? It isn't like Demi had not shown off her body before. She makes it seem like it was this all important moment in time and that women should feel empowered by what she did for all of them by posing naked on the cover. I have yet to meet a woman who says she feel empowers by that cover. "I feel proud if I have been able to make a difference in how women view themselves."