Sports Illustrated released their annual Swimsuit Edition this week with four Olympic athletes featured including Lindsey Vonn. The photo of Vonn on last week's cover caused some debate over whether the pose was provocative or appropriate for her sport. The latest issue features Vonn in much more compromising positions and in less clothes. So, is it ok for her to be sexy and alluring in the Swimsuit Edition? The whole point of the annual edition is to showcase beautiful women in very tiny bikinis in exotic places. So, why does the world get upset when a female athlete shows some skin but when a male athlete poses shirtless for GQ or Men's Health, it’s acceptable?